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Combine a stay in Normandy at Travelbound’s own Château du Molay with a visit to the French Capital and Disneyland Paris.
Primary pupils have fun, practise French and soak up the culture of Normandy on a stay at Travelbound’s own château
School groups have fun, practise French and soak up the culture of Normandy on a stay at Travelbound’s own château
A stay at Travelbound’s own château is a chance to have fun and soak up the culture and history of Normandy
Groups learn about the rich culinary heritage and traditions of Normandy staying at Travelbound’s own château
Uncover the realities of the Battle of Normandy and World War II in the area’s monuments, bunkers and cemeteries
Students can enjoy the magical rides, shows and attractions of Disneyland® Paris and its fun, educational workbooks
Give students first-hand experience of the dramatic results of two million years of geological and glacial processes
The Impressionist painters were drawn to Normandy by the quality of its light.
Enjoy an atmospheric Christmas Market just across the channel in the historic city of Lille.
Enjoy a programme of challenging activities in the beautiful French Alps.
The dramatic scenery of the Northern French Alps provides unforgettable field work opportunities.
A short hop across the channel The Opal Coast is an ideal region for first time visitors to France.
This picturesque region just across the Channel is a great place to get a taste of French culture and its history.
Home to some of the best galleries in the world, the charming French capital delights and inspires school groups
Paris is the classic school trip – so near yet so charmingly different in culture, your students won’t forget it
Hop over to charming Paris where your students can practise their French in the city’s markets, shops and cafés
A history trip to Paris takes students on a journey through the creation of the Republic with monuments and museums at every turn.
A trip to the trenches, battlefields and memorials of the Somme deepens understanding of the sacrifices of WWI
It’s a joy to practise French in the bustling markets and refined towns and cities of this sun-drenched region
A trip to the battlefields and memorials of Ypres and the Somme deepens understanding of the sacrifices of WWI