With its stunning cathedrals, charming town squares and colourful buildings, Kraków is a city that students will never forget. We plan educational trips to Kraków that will help you take advantage of all of these captivating sights, plus a wealth of talks, tours and learning activities that will help students gain a deeper understanding of their subject.
Kraków is an ideal destination for an educational trip as it offers something for everyone. History students can explore the city’s many historical sites, such as Wawel Castle and the Royal Mile, while geography students can marvel at the serene Vistula River and Wieliczka Salt Mines.
With so much to see and do, educational trips to Kraków are perfect for sparking students’ interest in learning and providing a memorable educational experience.
Our educational trips to Kraków are specially tailored to the subjects you teach. Whether it is history, geography, tourism or religious studies, we’ll create an activity-packed itinerary that will inspire students and give them an in-depth understanding of your subject.
Your class will also get the chance to take part in educational visits and tours which help them learn, explore and gain a better overall understanding of the destination.
Our educational trips to Kraków cover the following subjects…
Kraków is one of the most historically significant cities in Poland and its many cultural landmarks offer a fascinating insight into the city’s past. Students can explore Wawel Castle, which was once the home of Polish royalty and the Royal Mile, a famous stretch of road that connects the castle with the Main Market Square.
Here, you’ll also be able to take students to Auschwitz-Birkenau to educate them on the horrors of the Holocaust.
Learn more about our history and politics trips to Kraków.
On an educational trip to Kraków, students can visit the 14th-century St. Mary’s Basilica, a breathtaking Gothic church that’s situated next to the city’s famous Market Square. You’ll also get the chance to explore the Galicia Jewish Museum and engage students in a Q&A with a real Holocaust survivor.
The historic centre of Kraków is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because it’s so rich in culture, history and natural beauty.
There are plenty of sights to explore with your geography and tourism students in this vibrant city. This includes the ethereal St Kinga’s Chapel, the Wieliczka Salt Mines, Kraków’s Old Town and more.
We’re the educational travel specialists and our team has decades worth of combined experience in the sector. We know what works and we know how to make your educational trip a success, regardless of the destination.
Our travel experts will work closely with you to ensure your itinerary meets your exact learning requirements. Whether you’re teaching KS1 students or postgraduates, we have the skills and expertise to plan an educational trip that will leave your class feeling ready to tackle any topic on the curriculum.
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