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There are 4 different types of tickets to Auschwitz tours available for the visitors. Depending on your budget and requirements, you can buy the desired ticket.
Tour duration: 7 hours
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Tour duration: 7 hours
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Tour duration: 11 hours
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Tour duration: 8 hours
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Observe the works made secretly by prisoners that show the true life in the camps. You will also find works made for the SS for expansion of the camps and post-war collections. Visitors here will get to explore two main camps: Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-BirkenauKnow More
Visit Auschwitz I which was the first concentration camp and the headquarter of the SS. Take a look at the barracks, prison cells, and the black and white photographs of the camp from when it was in operation. You will also learn about the horrifying death statistics and encounter belongings of the prisoners here.Know More
This camp was built in 1941 to house the deportees from Germany. View the railway tracks and original cattle car that were used to transport the deportees, ruins of the crematorium and barracks, and more. Get a glimpse into the living conditions of prisoners while the guide fills you in with the gruesome details of this camp.Know More
Admire the unique statues sculpted in salt, underground chapels, and works of art, at Wieliczka Salt Mine, a UNESCO Heritage Site, on the Auschwitz tours. Explore the miner workplaces, underground salt labyrinth, and marvel at the underground lakes, the numerous chambers carved in salt, and more.Know More
Auschwitz-Birkenau Entrance Hours:
December: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
January & November: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
February: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
March, October: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
April, May & September: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
June, July & August: 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Closure: January 1, December 25, and Easter Sunday.
Duration: It takes around 4 hours to cover the Auschwitz-Birkenau camps and the museum.
Best Time to Visit: Plan a visit in the morning during the weekday in the months of April to May to avoid the peak crowds. The weather is pleasant during this time and you can avoid the holiday crowd at this time.
Address of Auschwitz-Birkenau: Ofiar Faszyzmu 12, 32-600 Brzezinka, Poland
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A. Yes, the Auschwitz tours are open for visitors.
A. Yes, it is visitors to go for the Auschwitz tours because necessary measures have been taken up to ensure the safety of the public. This includes temperature checks, the mandatory wearing of masks, maintaining a safe distance between the visitors, regular sanitization of hands, and more.
A. The Auschwitz tour price starts from €23.56.
A. The best way to buy tickets to Auschwitz tours is by booking them online. Visitors can avail amazing discounts on the Auschwitz tickets and can even reserve slots well in advance. This allows them to choose their desired date for the visit.
A. Yes, the tickets to Auschwitz tours can be bought online by the visitors.
A. Children aged less than 17 years and students under 26 years can enjoy discounts on the Auschwitz tickets.
A. Children below the age of 5 can enjoy Auschwitz tours for free.
A. Depending upon the experience selected, visitors can get a full refund on their Auschwitz tours ticket if they cancel 48 hours or 24 hours prior to the tour.
A. You can buy the tickets to Auschwitz tours on the day but the tickets are subject to availability and you would have to stand in the long queues during peak times. Furthermore, online ticket holders are prioritized at the venue over on-the-spot ticket buyers. If you opt to purchase the Auschwitz tickets offline, you would be missing out on discounts and offers as well.
A. No, you do not need to print the tickets for Auschwitz tour. You can download it on your mobile to get the unique barcode of the ticket scanned to gain entry.
A. An Auschwitz tour can last anywhere between 7 to 11 hours, depending on the experience that you have selected.
A. Yes, you will need to bring a valid photo ID along with the Auschwitz tickets to enter. Any official ID with a clear photograph of the visitor will work.
A. Yes, you have the option of pre-booking slots for the Auschwitz tours if you buy your Auschwitz tickets online.
A. Yes, you can take guided Auschwitz tours to learn more about its history and significance.
The best time to go for the Auschwitz tours is on the weekdays as there are fewer tourists present.