Join our extraordinary tour, which includes visiting the Auschwitz sub-camps and the exhibition of artworks by Father Franciszek Kołodziej in Harmęże.

During the tour, you will have the opportunity to learn about the history and legacy of the Auschwitz sub-camps, which bear painful witness to human tragedy and suffering during World War II. Visiting these places will not only help you understand the past but also encourage reflection on the importance of combating hatred and intolerance.

Additionally, as part of our tour, we will visit Harmęże, where the exhibition of artworks by Father Franciszek Kołodziej is located. His paintings are not only expressions of art but also testimonies of courage and resilience in the face of the darkness of Nazi occupation. You will have the chance to immerse yourself in this inspiring art and learn about the history of this extraordinary priest who expressed his experiences and hope through his paintings.

Join our group so we can explore history together, pay tribute to the victims of the Holocaust, and understand the legacy of the heroes who confronted Nazi terror. The tour is available exclusively through All In Krakow, providing comprehensive care and professional support during the journey.


  • pick-up: you can choose the most convenient pick-up time and place
  • private, comfortable transfer service
  • private, professional guide in Auschwitz Subcamps – you can choose the language
  • neccessary entrance tickets
  • private tour leader’s assistance (for groups of more than 8 people)

    DURATION OF THE TOUR: ca. 4 hours (1-day tour) 

    PRICE: this is a private tour – price depends on the number of participants.
    Write to us and ask about the price!


    Combining our tour of Auschwitz's sub-camps with a visit to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum offers a comprehensive understanding of the Holocaust's impact. Witnessing firsthand the remnants of the main camp enhances appreciation for the scale of atrocities committed. By integrating these experiences, visitors gain a profound insight into the complexities of history and the importance of remembrance.

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