- Explore the UNESCO-listed complex and learn about its terrible past from a knowledgeable guide;
- Learn the history of the Holocaust and about the liberation of Auschwitz in 1945;
- View the prison dormitories, gas chambers and exhibitions at Auschwitz I;
- See what remains of Birkenau's watchtowers, fences, barracks and gas chambers;
- Trace the stories of individual prisoners and visit the memorials to the camps' victims;
Hours of tour: The time of departure depends on the day and may be between 8a.m. and 12p.m., English
Price: 58 EUR
Wieliczka Salt Mine
-Explore one of the world's oldest salt mines listed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List -Descend deep underground to explore a vast labyrinth of tunnels and chambers -Hear the fascinating history of the mine from a knowledgeable guide -Admire intricate statues, chandeliers, and other art carved directly in the salt rock -Headsets provided to clearly hear the guide's commentary
Hours of tour: Everyday morning and afternoon tour, English
Price: 65 EUR
Rynek Underground Museum Guided Tour
In the mysterious atmosphere of the underground museum it will be very easy to get to the Middle Ages, to understand the joys and sorrows of the people of that time, their life, the architecture that surrounded them, and much, much more!
Underground of the Main Market Square - a branch of the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow located under the eastern part of the Main Market Square. For almost 800 years the Market Square has been the central square of Royal City! What has not happened here only during this time! Trade rows were selling goods from all over the world and Krakow merchants made their fortunes from it, the city authorities strictly monitored the order, in the dungeons of the Town Hall the executioner tortured the suspects, and the kings parade through the square to get to their castle.
Hours of tour: 10:30 a.m. 3 p.m., English
Price: 23 EUR
Schindler's Factory Guided Tour
The Enamel Factory, in which Schindler hired Jews, is houses an exhibition Kraków under Nazi Occupation. The modern arrangement of the exhibition esembles rather a theatre and film which tells the story of the city, its inhabitants and occupying forces
The museum is very popular among tourists. First of all because the tragic events that took place in Krakow during the Second World War are shown in Stephen Spielberg's Oscar-winning film "Schindler's List".
The museum's atypical and modern exhibition will leave no one indifferent.
Learn the story of a German entrepreneur who led many Jews through the war.
Hours of tour: 10 a.m., 12p.m., 2:30 p.m., 4 p.m., English