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Hubby and I are doing a day trip from Berlin to Krakow next year as we really want to see Auschwitz.

Ideally we wanted a private tour which includes transfers from the airport. We have contacted http://www.krakowauschwitztours.com/ but I'm still a little confused about the tour inside Auschwitz as they mentioned we have to join a guided a tour.

I then had a look at the Auschwitz website and they mention tours with an educator or without - does anyone know what this means? It seems we can book a tour online, but I'm just not sure which one.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

Thanks.
Rellie.

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