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2y, 2m agoPosted 2 years, 2 months ago
Going to Poland in November for a few days in Krakow. Want to visit Auchwitz . is It worth booking before I go or book when there..Also any other good tips or info for visit . ie food and rink prices . good restaurants. bars places to visit.

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2y, 2m agoPosted 2 years, 2 months ago

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Auchwitz is free entry, but I would definitely book a tour, as you'll get an English speaking guide, who will talk you thru the history and events. Auchwitz gets very busy so if you go on an official guide you get a headset so you can here the guide. It is a very emotional place so be prepared!

Edited By: damo1972 on Jul 03, 2014 18:01
book It when your there, kiosks on every corner or book through the hotel.
it's around £25 with transport there snd back and English speaking guide, well worth the visit,
also do the salt mines, cheaper still to book and do both the same day.
Hi go in to bakkavour foods at Sutton in Ashfield and ask any body there's a few hundred to ask
I went to sachsenhausen(concentration death camp) near berlin a few months ago and it will stay with me till the end of the days but i urge everyone to go to one as we should never forget.
Just to say it was good to see hundreds of kids of all ages learning the truth of what went on.
Just go.
don't need a tour guide if you know your history and can read the hundreds of boards and signs that tell you a lot
It's also worth noting you can get a tram and bus pass, either 2,3,5,7 days quite cheap which allows you to use the transport which was quite handy for hopping on and off local transport. We used this pass to get a bus upto the salt mines worked out far cheaper than booking with the kiosks, and once at the salt mines, book an English speaking guide.
Go to the salt mines too, 13 years ago there were minibuses waiting outside the train and bus stations to take people there, it's an uplifting experience after Auschwitz

Edited By: IndianaBlues on Jul 03, 2014 19:50

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