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Visit Auschwitz from Krakow

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Today our day in Krakow starts a little earlier than usual and it is that at 7:45 we have to be in Matejko Square 2, very close to the Barbican, which is the meeting point to go to visit Auschwitz from Krakow the tour that we will do with Civitatis and that will take us to one of the most overwhelming places in the world, but at the same time, one of the best tours and excursions in Krakow.
Breakfast at the Logos hotel starts at 7 in the morning, so taking into account that the tour to visit Auschwitz from Krakow starts at 7:45, but we must be there 15 minutes before and from the hotel we have about 10 minutes more walking, about 700 meters, to the meeting point, we decided take a chance and go down 15 minutes before the breakfast room, where we find practically everything already placed and we can enjoy an excellent breakfast before starting a day that we intuit, it will be quite hard.

And so, when it is 7 and a few minutes in the morning, we leave the hotel on the way to Plaza de Matejko 2, very close to the Barbican, finding a very clear day and practically deserted streets that allow us to enjoy the streets of Krakow in a much quieter and lonely way than yesterday when we toured the city on a route through Krakow on a most complete day.
To get to the Barbacana, we pass before the Puerta de San Florian, one of the most charming places in the city, especially because of the perspective of the Basilica of Santa Maria in the Market Square and at this time of the morning we can enjoy for ourselves alone and where we can not help but stop for a few minutes to charge ourselves with energy for this morning in which in a few minutes we will start one of the most chilling visits in the world, that of the Auschwitz tour in Spanish.


As we mentioned before, the meeting point of the tour to Auschwitz is in Matejko Square 2, where we arrive when there are still a few minutes left for the agreed time and we took the opportunity to take some photos of this area of ​​Krakow, which we did not reach yesterday and from which you have interesting views of the Barbican.

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