Photography trip to krakow and auschwitz 2-4 september 2016

A unique photographic experience in one of Europe's most fascinating cities. Over three days we will be exploring the beautiful streets of Krakow as well as visiting the two sites at Auschwitz on the second day. This is a vibrant city with fantastic architecture as well as a remarkable history.


Provisional programme:


Day one Krakow

Morning: Main square and historic centre

Afternoon: Jewish Quarter


Day Two:

Excursion to Auschwitz* taking in both camps. It's somewhere you should visit at least once in your lifetime.


Day Three:

Photo walk to the Schindler Factory Museum and museum visit**. The museum is a multimedia masterpiece with many unique photo opportunities.


* will involve transport costs and an admission fee

** will involve a small admission fee


Level: Beginner/intermediate


Places strictly limited



General information

I will provide tuition, guidance and evaluation throughout. You are responsible for arranging your own transport and accommodation although I will be able to advise and make recommendations. I suggest you aim to arrive the day before the course starts, but of course you are free to arrive early and leave whenever you like to see more of this lovely city. By enrolling on the course you agree to the terms and conditions.


Flights and Accommodation


It is up to each student to arrange their own transport and accommodation.  This allows you to spend as much or as little as you like. If you want to stay on afterwards it’s a wonderful opportunity to see more of this wonderful city.





I recommend looking at for flights.

The course starts on a Friday morning so flying out on Thursday would make sense.


Please do not book your flight until I have confirmed the course is definitely going ahead.




I'm going to suggest looking for accommodation near the main square Rynek Glo'wny. There's a lot of choice of good value accommodation and it's well placed. It will also be our meeting place in the morning. Ask if you need any help.



Photographic trip to Krakow and Auschwitz 2-4 September 2016