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Kraków - Auschwitz-Birkenau Oświęcim
1 person: 500 PLN
2 people: 580 PLN
3 people: 690 PLN
4-8 people: 190 PLN/person
hotel pickup and drop off, two way transfer to both attractions, tickets
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Biggest German Nazi concentration and extermination camp, place of torment and death of Jews. Auschwitz-Birkenau camp located in Oswiecim, 70 km West from Krakow, known as "factory of death" was operational in years 1940 -1945. It was divided into three parts. Auschwitz I - main camp, Auschwitz II-Birkenau - concentration camp and Auschwitz III - work camp.
It was established to imprison so called "political prisoners" and opposition, what it really become can be described as hell on earth for more than one million people.
First prisoner transport consisted of 700 people and took place on 14 June 1940. Prisoners were transported in cattle wagons, squeezed so much that they had troubles with moving or even breathing freely. They often suffered from limb injuries which occured during sudden braking or unloading.
Aushwitz-Birkenau is the unique place where the most dark and terrifying people stories were written. Tortures, hunger, humiliate. Fear, tears, deprive of dignity. That is the cruel truth and only a part of horror experienced by the camp prisoners.
Sentence "Arbeit macht frei - Work sets you free" placed on top of an entry gate was a delusive promise. It gave all of the newcomers faith, that by working hard they can earn their freedom. Most of them shortly realized it was just a cruel lie.
There were also medical experiments carried in the camp. Sterilization of women, results of malnutrition or intentionally infecting people with diseases to get a better understanding of their progress and treatment are just few.
Many of these people died without receiving even a reference number, experiencing unimaginable pain and loneliness. Based on conducted calculations, estimated life time of the camp prisoner forced to perform extremely hard work, receiving limited food rations was less than three months.
Unfortunately the exact number of the camp prisoners is unknown - personal files were systematically destroyed or not filled at all by Nazi. Historians believe that it was around 1.3 million people from whom 1.1 million were Jews.
Barracks, crematories, huge register books with the prisoner names, their personal belongings such as vessels, clothes, prosthesis or imprisoned kids drawings - that's only a small part of the museum collection.
View of the gas chamber walls, still covered in nail marks, of those aware of their inevitable faith, trying to escape while gas was coming out from the holes in the ceiling, leaves you speechless.
"Wall of death", place where prisoners were executed, mostly by the shot in the head preceded by a violent interrogation, all the time being aware of certain death.
Visiting Auschwitz Museum is definitely deep experience, it gives opportunity to think about value of life and attitude towards other human being .
In a way, it allows us to experience the conditions in which people were held and to see with your own eyes how exactly the camp was planned and constructed to prevent imprisoned people from escaping. Prisoners stories teach us respect for life and make us aware of the harm caused by hatred and lack of tolerance towards other people.
Auschwitz-Birkenau. The German Nazi concentration camp was registered in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979. Nowadays, the museum consists of only two parts of the camp, Auschwitz I- the main camp and Auschwitz II-Birkenau - concentration camp. The distance between them is only 3 kilometers.
We offer private transport, which will definitely make it quick and easy to move between cities and around Oswiecim. It will save time and energy allocated for tour organization as well. It's a perfect solution for individuals, companies or organized groups, such as a school.
This trip teach us humility. It helps to learn and understand fate of over a million people and their loved ones, but above all, it makes us aware that it was one of the darkest parts of human history.