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Poznan: Tour to Auschwitz & Birkenau

This largest German concentration camp established in 1940 near the town of Oswiecim in occupied part of southern Poland, became synonymous with death, cruelty, suffering and annihilation. It is estimated that nearly 1,5 million prisoners lived here and died between 1942 – 1945 what makes Auschwitz the largest cemetery in the world. Amongst the victims of all different nationalities and religious persuasions, around 90% of them were Jews. Today it is possible to visit this horrible place because the area of the camp was turned into a museum which is visited by millions of people every year from all over the world. Despite the distance from Poznan, we guarantee that you will not regret it. This is a place which you simply must see while being in Poland.

We organize private, full day excursions to Auschwitz and Birkenau concentration camps from Poznan on request


Tour itinerary:

  1. pick up from your hotel in Poznan at chosen time
  2. approx. 5 hours drive by an air-conditioned vehicle to the Auschwitz Concentration Camp Museum from Poznan with our private English speaking driver
  3. sightseeing in a group tour inside the camps for up to 3,5 hours with a local, professional guide in the chosen language during which you will visit:

Auschwitz I (the main camp) – approx 2 hours of visiting:

  • the memorable „Arbeit Macht Frei” sign above the entrance gate – the prisoners who arrived to the camp and saw this sign, were convinced that if they work hard, they would be set free, what in the end was not true
  • commemorating signs describing the most significant events during the years 1941-1944
  • documentary maps and photographs – show how the section and the people deported looked like
  • the Death Block (Block 11) – the main camp jail in which prisoners were sentenced to death
  • the Death Wall – you will find it in the yard at the side of block 11; here thousands of prisoners were shot- especially Polish political prisoners and members of conspiratorial organizations
  • Crematorium I and the first gas chamber – at first the Crematorium I functioned as a prewar bunker – the largest room was transformed into a gas chamber for the prisoners
  • Block 4 – inside the block there is a part of the exhibition which contains the hair of the victims in the gas chambers and an urn with ashes
  • Block 5 – here is a display case with dentures of the murdered people
  • Block 6 – in this block there are photographs of prisoners registered in the camp and rooms dedicated to the fate of children which arrived to the camp
  • Block 7 – here it is possible to see how the camp’s washrooms looked like

Auschwitz II (Birkenau) – up to 1,5 hours of visiting:

  • remains of gas chambers – the place of mass murders by Zyklon B
  • remains of crematories – here the corpses were brought after executions and burnt
  • central camp bath – the largest camp bathhouse in which prisoners were showered and disinfected
  • barracks – primitive rooms without access to living and sanitary-hygienic conditions in which the prisoners slept
  • the well-known railway entrance and unloading platform – here the deported prisoners of different European nationalities arrived for work and extermination
  • the International Monument to the Victims of the Camp – commemorates at least the 1.1 million people who were killed in Auschwitz by Germans

4. up to 1 hour of free time for lunch after sightseeing tour
5. approx. 5 hours drive back to Poznan from Auschwitz in the same vehicle with the same English speaking driver
6. drop off at your hotel in Poznan


Whole tour lasts approx. 14-15 hours



  • 2100 PLN per person (1 person)
  • 1120 PLN per person (2 persons)
  • 800 PLN per person (3 persons)
  • 670 PLN per person (4 persons)
  • 560 PLN per person (5 persons)
  • 490 PLN per person (6 persons)
  • 450 PLN per person (7 persons)
  • Contact us (8 people or more)

What is included?:

  • your hotel pick up and drop off
  • private transportation with assistance of our English speaking driver during whole tour
  • entrance tickets to Auschwitz & Birkenau State Museum
  • skip the line entrance
  • local, group sightseeing tour of Auschwitz & Birkenau camps for up to 3,5 hours with live guide in chosen language
  • free time for lunch after sightseeing tour inside the camps

*Local group tours with live guide in Auschwitz & Birkenau are available in following languages:

English, Spanish, Italian, French, German and Russian

Due to frequent problems with availability of entrance tickets and guides in Auschwitz, please book your tour as early as possible before your planned visit so we can make all necessary arrangements for you.

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Customer Reviews

  1. (5/5)

    This tour serves as a solemn reminder of the importance of honoring the victims and ensuring that such atrocities are never repeated. It is a must-do tour for those seeking to gain a deeper understanding of this dark period in human history.

  2. (5/5)

    Embarking on the Auschwitz tour from Poznan was a profoundly educational experience. The tour provided transportation and a knowledgeable guide who provided extensive information about the Holocaust and the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camps.

  3. (5/5)

    The guided tour provided valuable insights into the atrocities committed during the Holocaust and offered a chance to pay respects to the victims. It was a haunting but necessary reminder of the importance of remembering and learning from history.

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