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Krakow Music School Tours

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This 17th century grand Baroque church, styled on Rome’s Chiesa del Gesu, has an excellent location in the Old Town and has proved extremely popular with both choral and chamber groups.

This major concert venue is host to many classical performances during the summer, including those by the Krakow Philharmonic.

This ornate city church is frequently used for concerts and is ideally-located in the middle of the town centre.

Built as a memorial to the Italian victims at Auschwitz, this magnificent church is regularly used for concerts and, through its exceptional stained glass windows, also provides students with an insight into the history of the Holocaust.

These centres are responsible for the cultural and artistic events in the towns and therefore offer superb auditoriums for all types of performances and have wonderful concert facilities.

With a labyrinth of tunnels, Wieliczka Salt Mine is an eerie underworld which has been hand carved from salt blocks. Located 14km south east of Krakow, here your group have the opportunity to view a section of the mine and 22 chambers connected by galleries. A fascinating trip.

Following the Nazi invasion of Poland in September 1939, Oświęcim was incorporated into the domains of the Third Reich. The town’s name was changed to Auschwitz and it became the largest concentration and death camp. Today, as a museum, Auschwitz serves as a poignant reminder of the horrors of Hitler’s tyranny and Holocaust trip will give students a fuller view of the terrible events and conditions, also allowing consideration of key study themes, including obedience, prejudice, tyranny and much more. 

Auschwitz is a one-hour coach journey from Krakow and is a truly emotive and thought-provoking visit.


Visit Rynek Główny (Town Square), the largest in medieval Europe, Mariacki Church (St Mary’s Church) of Gothic origins with its fine altar, Sukiennice (Cloth Hall) of vast proportions and view the University District and the Collegium Maius - the historic heart of the university area.

Also referred to as the Schindler Museum, this visit not only tells Schindler's story but covers every aspect of the Polish and Polish-Jewish experience of occupation in a way that is hugely relevant to British students. We thoroughly recommend this excellent museum, made famous by Spielberg's film, Schindler's List.

Enjoy Jewish culture with a traditional Jewish meal at a local restaurant, with a range of delicacies to be experienced, including czulent (bean casserole), knyshe (dumplings) and stuffed gooseneck.

In a fortified position overlooking the river and city are the Castle and Cathedral.

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