Discover Poland while taking an emotional trip to Auschwitz

We understand that the prime motivator for taking your school group to Poland is a visit to Auschwitz.  This memorial to the horrors of the Holocaust proves to be an emotional and harrowing experience, but there is more to Poland.

While the visit to Auschwitz will be at the centre of any itinerary, we recommend that some time is also spent to discover the history and culture of this fascinating country, with its many connections to the UK.

Wieliczka Salt Mine


All of our trips and tours include transport and accommodation (where applicable), and full details of the extras included will be provided at quotation stage.

Your highly experienced Tour Organisers will guide you through the planning and preparation of your trip. They are always available to offer support and assistance, thus ensuring we exceed your expectations. In addition to their support, you will find useful supporting material which can be found in our teacher’s area.


With over 20 years of experience in educational travel, we are here to make your school trip run as smoothly as possible. At The School Travel Company, we know that planning a school trip can be a daunting task for any teacher.  And while we can’t take on every task for you, we do try and help make the process as stress-free as we can.

With the assistance of an experienced local agent that we have worked with for many years, along with our in-house Polish speaking expert, we can ensure your trip here is created to meet both our’s and your’s highest expectations.

We will organise your trip to your specific requirements, whether it’s a trip to Poland or another European country, we all believe that providing young people with amazing experiences, shared with their friends and teachers can stay with them for ever.

“My overall estimation of the trips we have organised with The School Travel Company have been highly positive. They have all been well-planned, well managed and thoroughly rewarding experience for all concerned.”