Religious Studies school trips to Krakow
Modern day Poland is still a profoundly religious society and a lot can be discovered on a Religious Studies school trip to Krakow. The old town square is dominated by the sixteenth century Cloth Hall, one of the city’s most recognisable icons. Positioned in the old town square, St Mary's church contains the oldest medieval altarpiece in the world, allowing your students to assess the role of the church in medieval times. Take your students on a guided walk around the Kazimierz, the Jewish quarter of the city. This area became a ghetto during WWII when 50,000 people were confined to just 320 buildings. The Galicia Jewish museum commemorates the victims of the Holocaust and celebrates Jewish culture. With so much religious history to uncover a school trip to Krakow will help students reflect on how religion has continued to thrive in this city.
- Flight to Krakow
- Guided tour of Jewish quarter Kazimierz
- Auschwitz & Birkenau
- Schindler's factory
- Galicia Jewish museum
- Meeting with a Holocaust survivor
- Free time to explore Krakow
- Return to UK
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- Great location
- Well presented and welcoming
Don’t let the socialist realism-styled facade fool you, inside is a fully modernised facility that welcomes all those who stay there.
Location: You can’t get any more central than here;moments away from public transport links, city sights and local green spaces.
Facilities: Conference halls, 24 hour security, small shop, currency exchange and free Wi-Fi.
Accommodation: Single and twin rooms available to staff, twin and triple rooms available to students. All rooms are en-suite and have satellite TV.
Meals: In-house restaurant with all meal options available.
- Centrally located hotel
- Comfortable rooms with friendly service
The Hotel Batory is an established, family run hotel with a unique atmosphere and professional, friendly service. Conveniently located in the city center near to some of the greatest tourist attractions.
Location: A central hotel close to Krakow central station and within walking distance of plenty of local sights.
Facilities: Wi-Fi access, 24 hour reception, conference rooms.
Accommodation: Single and twin rooms available to staff, 4-6 bed rooms available to students. All rooms have en-suite facilities and satellite TV.
Meals: In-house restaurant offering traditional Polish cuisine.
- Large hotel perfect for groups
- Good access to transport links
Located in a quiet part of the city, Krakus offers a chilled out accommodation for students to relax in after a hard day of exploring.
Location: 4km from the city centre, Krakus has transport links within easy reach.
Facilities: Conference rooms, souvenir shop, luggage storage, tourist information.
Accommodation: Single and twin rooms available to staff, twins and triples available to students. All rooms are en-suite, Wi-Fi access and TV.
Meals: Buffet breakfast available. Dinner available at in-house restaurant.
Quick Tip: This is just a small sample of possible accommodations available. Please contact us for more information.
Subject Specific Excursions
With history dating back to medieval settlements the town of Kazimiers has a Jewish and Christian section boasting many churches and synagogues. An annual Jewish Cultural Festival is held here.
Auschwitz & Birkenau
The German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp of Auschwitz and Birkenau is 70km west of Krakow and portrays a sobering history of the atrocities of WWII.
This factory of enameled vessels is a museum showcasing wartime experiences when Krakow was under Nazi occupation for five years during WWII.
Galicia Jewish Museum
Documenting Jewish life in Polish Galicia through a photography exhibition and commemorates the victims of the Holocaust in Poland.