Heldagstur til Auschwitz-Birkenau og saltgruven Wieliczka fra Krakow, inkludert lunsj
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Passerer forbi: Krakow Shuttle - Tours, ul. Ofiar Dabia 10 A, Krakow 31-566 Polen
I løpet av turen får du se en dokumentarfilm om historien til nazistenes konsentrasjonleire.
Stopper ved: Auschwitz-Birkenau Statsmuseum, ul. Wiezniow Oswiecimia 20 Entrance to the Museum is located at Stanisławy Leszczyńskiej Str. no. 11, Oswiecim 32-603 Polen
Først går turen til Auschwitz I. Her gir museets guide en engelsk omvisning som varer i cirka 2 timer. Etter det er det Auschwitz II-Birkenau, som ligger omtrent 2 km unna. Der blir det brukt omtrent én time med den samme guiden.
Varighet: 3 timer
Stopper ved: Saltgruvene i Wieliczka, Jana Mikołaja Daniłowicza 10, Wieliczka 32-020 Polen
På dagens andre del går turen til saltgruven Wieliczka, en av de eldste fungerende saltgruvene i verden. Her har salt blitt produsert i over 700 år. Du får være med på en engelsk guidet omvisning kl 16.00 eller 17.00 (avhengig av veiforholdene). Guiden fører deg inntil 140 meter under bakken for en 2,5 timers reise gjennom en turistvei på 2,5 km, full av små rom med fantastisk utskjæringer og statuer laget av salt.
Varighet: 3 timer
- Dør-til-dør-transport (gratis henting ved hotellet)
- Engelsktalende guide i Auschwitz og Birkenau og saltgruven
- Inngang/adgang - Panstwowe Muzeum Auschwitz-Birkenau
- Inngang/adgang - Wieliczka Salt Mine
- Mat og drikke, med mindre noe annet er spesifisert
- Bekreftelsen mottas på bestillingstidspunktet, med mindre bestillingen gjøres innen 3 dager før reisen. I dette tilfellet sendes bekreftelsen innen 48 timer, avhengig av ledig kapasitet
- Vær oppmerksom på at den maksimale størrelsen på vesker og ryggsekker det er tillatt å bære med seg på museets område, er 30 x 20 x 10 cm. Du kan la tingene dine ligge i bussen, som parkeres i nærheten.
- Vær oppmerksom på at denne turen er ikke tilgjengelig følgende dager: 25. desember, 1. januar, påskeaften ettermiddag, 1. påskedag og March of the Living Day.
- Vær oppmerksom på følgende: For å komme til gruvens første nivå (64 meter under bakken) må du gå ned en trapp som har 378 trappetrinn. Etter omvisningen blir du fraktet opp til overflaten med heis.
- Temperaturen i saltgruven er omtrent 14 °C (57 °F), så ha på varme klær og komfortable sko.
- Voksenpriser gjelder for alle deltakere
- Ingen rullestoltilgang
- Seter for spedbarn er tilgjengelige
- Reisende må være i rimelig fysisk form
Everything from the vehicles to the schedule was excellent. Lunch was surprisingly good too. But what really made the day were the guides. They were all different characters but the same expertise, relaxed but competent attitude and spot on delivery of information (sombre or funny depending which part of the tour) was top notch. Up there with the best Viators I've been on.
This has to be seen our guide for auschwitz was amazing put his heart Into it told it the way it happened he said how it started with a person's dislike of one race and how it progressed from there. I myself could not have explained it like he did without showing my hatred for these animals that did this. You could see how he felt but he explained it very well which has to be done thankyou.
Before we went to visit this place, we watched the documentary movie Auschwitz released by Netflix. This way, we had a very good understanding on what really happened during that time. It was really heartbreaking when you see the actual place, you can imagine clearly the sufferings of those people. Salt Mine Trip was very interesting., It gave us ideas how salt mining was being conducted centuries ago.
Our driver, Tomas, was great - on time, knowledgable, very funny and conversational. Our tour guide at Auschwitz was a disappointment. She was hard to understand, spoke like reading from a script, and language was not proficient. We would recommend a headset instead, although it must be hard having to be in a place like that day after day, reciting the same stories again and again - they are horrifying. The Salt Mines were needed after the camp and our guide Marek was great. Beautiful things to see and truly inspiring to know everything was done by hand. As others have said, it makes for a long day. But overall, minus the Auschwitz guide, a very good day.
Trip was well organised. Driver Martin was nice and helpfull. Very interesting trip. Lunch was good. Overall satisfied with value.
The driver was really friendly and welcoming. The transportation to and fro was very comfortable. Lunch was good too. The Auschwitz and Salt Mine itself was a really great experience, Would definitely recommend to everyone! A must do when u're in Krakow!
This trip is a good combo to see two attractions close to Krakow. Auschwitz is very historic and it’s sad to see the horrors of the war. Magdalena, our tour guide was very knowledgeable and it was good to see both camps 1 and 2. It is good to see the history preserved and makes you appreciate how lucky we are these days. The Salt mine was awesome attraction too. We spent a good 2 hours exploring the underground caves and chambers and our tour guide Nicholas was very fun and interactive throughout the tour. He made the tour bearable with his fun facts. It was a full in day but lunch were provided and the shuttle was air conditioned so it was good for a hot day like that. Amazing trip!!
Interesting to learn more about Auschwitz and Birkenau and had a good guide. Lunch included was really nice too
A good trip. Nice friendly driver, good tour guide and lunch was nice. Would definitely use again for another trip.
Fantastic guide, from hotel pick up to dropped off, amazing experience, must be seen by all, we done the both tours on the same day must admit it was long but we knew that beforehand so maybe elderly people be best to take a tour each day
A very long and tiring day and some people elected not to go to the Salt Mines as well as Auschwitz. These places are well worth a visit but I believe that if you are not "fighting fit" visiting both on the same day is quite hard work. Loved the Salt Mines and, of course, Auschwitz was quite a harrowing experience.
the trip from start to finish was excellently planned ..our driver Mike was brilliant..a very sad trip at Auschwitz but a must if visiting Krakow...salt mine another excellently planned trip and amazing to see in side...a long day but definitely worth doing both all in one day..lunch provided was fine ..I enjoyed it..and was eaten on the way to salt mines..so saves time hanging about queuing for food ..all in all I would recommend this trip and provider..
Day Trip to Auschwitz-Birkenau and Wieliczka Salt Mine from Krakow including Lunch The lunch was disappointing to say the least.
Autswitchz was amazing and such a great informative tour and well recommended. Salt mines were more interesting mesmerising than I could of ever imagined. For one who isn't exactly a mine or salt fanatic, this blew me away!!!
It is a hard day - but it is also very interesting and nescessary, if you are only in Krakow for a weekend, as we were. The lunch was a disappointment, though.
This trip is a must for any visitor to Krakow....the drivers and guides are very knowledgeable and present the tour in good English.....the drive to the camps is pleasant with a video to prepare you for the things you are about to see......the scale of the camps was beyond our initial comprehension but the enormity of it all soon hits you......very well presented.....try the trip to the salt mines too...you wont be disappointed....be warned though there are lots if steps down the mine but a lift back up...
Me and 2 friends was picked on time from our hotel, we had to pick 4 other travellers up from two different hotels and then we went strait to Auschwitz in a very smart and clean minibus. Meet with English speaking guide who was very good. After Auschwitz went travelled the short distance to Birkenau and after our visit there we had lunch. We then travelled to the salt mines which well worth it. The day is long but well worth doing.
This was really good value for money. The packed lunch was excellent and our Driver Christian was first class. I would highly recommend this particular tour.
The driver was on time, friendly and very knowledgeable. Birkenau was closed due to a storm the previous night, the driver tried his best to keep us informed and offered to drive us around the fence so that we could still see the size of the place. Lunch was really nice - much better than what I had expected. The salt mines were amazing and even though our tour guide kept us waiting a little, the driver did his best to ensure that we were kept informed. It was a worthwhile trip and the driver made it very easy and issue free for us.
Auschwitz trip was extremely heartbreaking but the tour guide was brilliant and put the stories across extremely well. Salt Mines were interesting and the tour guide there was also very good however it was quite busy therefore we didn't get the full experience. The lunch was simple as expected, but tasty and filling for the long day. The driver that took us to the locations and picked us up were both very friendly and welcoming. All in all I would recommend this trip if wanting to visit both these attractions in the same day but it is extremely tiring but both must sees in Krakow.
The first part of the day is very informative and upsetting. I wanted to visit as I think everyone should if they are able to, so that we never forget the horror that took place. Glad we'd got this as a package though as the salt mines were a much lighter experience and finishes off the day well! Lunch was nice, its just a packed lunch before leaving Birkenau but there are cafes and book shops for you to look in while having little breaks between trips. Pick up and drop off to our hotel also. There is a lot of walking to do over the course of the day and lots of steps down into the mine but there is an elevator at the end to take you to the surface.
This was after a trip. You get to see two of Krakow’s popular things to do. The trip was in English. You get a good time to take in both of the Auschwitz camps. The first has more things to see and learn about the camp. The second site is more looking at the camp and what remains of it. Lunch was a nice chicken pasta and cheese sandwich with chocolate wafer and water. The salt mine was very interesting. Recommend this trip.