How much does an Auschwitz tour cost?

(Tour prices, which start at $34 per person, include guide fees at the camps, plus transfers to and from Kraków.) More information about the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum is available on the property’s website.

Can you take tours of Auschwitz?

The grounds and buildings of the Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau camps are open to visitors. The duration of a visit is determined solely by the individual interests and needs of the visitors.

Can you do Auschwitz and Salt mines in one day?

Touring Salt Mine in Wieliczka and Labor Camp in Auschwitz in one day is possible , but you should hurry. You should take a consideration the queues (this places are very often visited by tourists). I would porpose to share sightseeing of both places for two days.

Is Auschwitz worth visiting?

It was one of the most emotional cultural visits I ever had. A definite must-see. We were shown around Auschwitz and Birkenau by a guide called David Kennedy, a Polish American who I later found had done a lot of translating and research into the history of the camps. David’s manner added so much to the experience.

Is it free to get into Auschwitz?

Entry to the premises of the Auschwitz Memorial is free. A fee is only charged for visits with a Museum educator, i.e., a person authorized and prepared to conduct guided tours on the premises.

Are you allowed to take pictures in Auschwitz?

Taking pictures on the grounds of the State Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau in Oświęcim for own purposes, without use of a flash and stands, is allowed for exceptions of hall with the hair of Victims (block nr 4) and the basements of Block 11.

Can I visit Auschwitz on my own?

Visiting Auschwitz is free. Anyone can show up, wait in line, go through the metal detectors, and walk around like you would a museum. But if you want a tour, the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum offers them in a variety of languages.

How long is the guided tour at Auschwitz?

approximately 3.5 hours
A tour lasts approximately 3.5 hours and it starts at Auschwitz I. The price includes a tour of the former Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau camps with a guide-educator, rental of a headset. The Museum provides transfer between both sites of the former camp.

What is the best time of year to visit Auschwitz?

If you want to enjoy the good weather, May- September is the best time for visiting Auschwitz. However, if you want to avoid peak season rush, April to May may be a better choice. Earmark a weekday for the visit.

Do you need ID to get into Auschwitz?

Regarding the terms and conditions of Auschwitz, visitors must have an identity document with them to enter the museum. All tickets are personal. Certainly, before entering, tickets are verified with the guest’s document.