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Auschwitz & Wieliczka Salt Mine Tour

Want to make the most of your time in Krakow and not miss a minute? We offer you a tour including the two most visited museums in the area, the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and the Wieliczka Salt Mine.

The Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration and extermination camp complex was the largest of its kind established by the Nazi regime. Today, the Memorial, which was founded in 1947 by the Polish government and added by UNESCO to its list of World Heritage Sites in 1979, is devoted to the memory of the murders that took place during World War II.

Discover the underground world of the Wieliczka Salt Mine, walk through its saline chambers and see the magnificent Chapel of St. Kinga. With a depth of 327m and 287km of roads and tunnels, the mine is one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.


Type of tour: Private round-trip transfer with group guided visits at both sites (Spanish and other languages are also available).


Availability of tour: every day.


Total duration: between 10 - 11 hours.

What's included:

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off in Krakow

  • Round-trip private transfer

  • 3.5-hour group guided tour at Auschwitz-Birkenau

  • 2.5-hour group guided tour at the Wieliczka Salt Mine

  • English-speaking driver

  • All taxes, fees, and handling charges

What's excluded:

  • ​Food and drinks

  • Gratuities

What you can see at Auschwitz-Birkenau:

  • Auschwitz I - Main Camp.

  • Permanent exhibitions.

  • Most important original camp buildings.

  • Auschwitz II - Birkenau.

  • Prisoner barracks.

  • The unloading platform (ramp).

  • The ruins of gas chamber and crematoria II or III.


What you can see at the Wieliczka Salt Mine:

  • Almost 3 kilometres of meandering corridors.

  • Underground saline lakes.

  • Unique statues sculpted in salt.

  • 20 chambers to visit.

  • The Chapel of St. Kinga.


* Prices are per person.

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