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Opened in 1940, Auschwitz was the largest of the WWII German Nazi concentration camps and extermination centres, operated by the Third Reich in Polish areas, where over a million men, women and children tragically lost their lives. In 1947, the site was turned into a sobering memorial museum, where many relics are protected and preserved.
When visiting bustling Krakow, many feel compelled to pay their respects to those who lost their lives here, on the site of the atrocities. Even if there are only half your group who want to do this, set aside some time through the day and we'll take you there. The transfers are around 40 minutes each way, and the tour of the site and museum itself takes around three hours.
This historic site is not the place for the usual holiday antics, so only commit to this if you are sure it is something you want to do. You will have admission to the memorial, as well as an English-speaking guide to accompany and guide you around the museum and main site.
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