Hop over to charming Paris where your students can practise their French in the city’s markets, shops and cafés
- A view of the city from the Eiffel Tower
- A sightseeing cruise down the River Seine
- Rollercoasters and log flumes at Parc Astérix
- Trying the wares at the Gourmet Chocolate Museum
- All travel by British touring coach
- Return Channel crossing
- Half board accommodation and insurance
- 2 x 2-hour language lessons
- 1 teacher place for every 8 students
- Excursion entrance fees not included
Suggested itinerary for School groups
The beating heart of European culture, Paris is the perfect destination for a school trip focusing on any subject, but students of modern foreign languages will find the opportunities to practise their skills in the cafés, shops and galleries here especially useful. Easily reached by a short hop over the Channel, and with more famous landmarks than you can shake a baguette at, after a few days in Paris your students are guaranteed to return home having developed far more confidence and expertise in French language than could be expected in a classroom setting.
The best place to begin is with a boat trip along the Seine – an interesting commentary accompanies the journey as you pass some of the most iconic buildings in Paris, including the Louvre. Somehow this popular journey manages to be both relaxing and exciting at the same time!
From the boat drop-off point it’s just a short distance to the Eiffel Tower, the tallest structure in Paris and a global icon of design. On a clear day, the panoramic views from the summit are magnificent, and it’s a great way to help students learn the layout of the city.
The elegance and creativity of Paris is at its finest on the hilly streets of Montmartre. Here is where the great artists such as Picasso, Dalí, Renoir, Van Gogh and Matisse would congregate among their peers, and where many of them were buried; where the legendary dancers of the Moulin Rouge performed nightly; where Aznavour was inspired to write La Bohème, and where the majestic Sacré Couer was built as a rebuke to the moral sins of nineteenth-century Paris. Stopping for coffee while in Montmartre is almost mandatory, and an excellent way for students to develop their language skills among the friendly locals.
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- Typically £188 per student.Based on a 3 night tour for 35 students, travelling March 2018
- Typically £312 per student.Based on a 2 night tour for 35 students, travelling March 2018
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