Auschwitz & Birkenau Tour + Jewish Concert and Dinner
The KL Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial Museum was established by the Polish Government in 1947 on the site of the largest Nazi concentration camp, which was set up in 1940 for prisoners from Poland. In recognition of its historical significance as a memorial to all who suffered and died there, the Museum was entered on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The tour includes visiting Auschwitz I, which was the original camp, serving as the administrative centre for the whole complex, and Auschwitz II – Birkenau, which was designed strictly as a concentration camp.
You will also experience an evening of Jewish Music after your tour. Enjoy Gypsy, Russian and Jewish Music in the Jewish Style Café-Klezmer Hois with a 3 course dinner.
- This tour is not suitable for children under 14. If you have any children under 14 that wish to participate please contact us. (We will need to contact our partners in resort to await their decision on whether these be granted special access and at Children's prices).
- Due to construction work taking place around Krakow, morning departures may be subject to delays in traffic.
- Visiting of the Camps is done on foot. This tour involves a fair amount of walking - The walking round Auschwitz 1 involves ascending and descending steps into buildings, walking round buildings and up and down stairs and walking over uneven ground. The second venue were you will be taken is over a mile to the back of the camp over some rough paths.
When you’ve Booked: We will send your booking details to the supplier to request confirmation. Once they confirm that your requested date and ticket is available, we will email your confirmation and all relevant information.