A trip to Paris is on everyone’s ‘love bucket list.’ And, it’s not hard to work out why, either.
There’s the Eiffel Tower, the fashion and, of course, the French language. A trip up the Eiffel Tower is enough to make their heart sing… that is, until you hear them start speaking.
So, what’s the best way to get your students speaking French well? By taking them on a trip with an itinerary full of educational places to visit.
Complete immersion in the historical places in Paris will help not only language skills but their cultural aptitude and connection to the country. Whether you’re taking a French or history group over there, you can expect enhanced development of their skills… even if you’re going for a short time.
Well, that’s up to you. Together, we’ll design a schedule based on your needs. Are you teaching history and covering major events of the French Revolution? There are sites you can visit that have significant historical value.
For example, the Place de la Concorde, La Bastille, Place du Châteletand, even a recent fire won’t stop visitors to the Notre Dame Cathedral.
Simply wandering the culture-filled streets of Paris is an educative experience. No trip to Paris would be complete without ticking off the big-name attractions such as the Louvre Fashion Museum, Arc de Triomphe, and Champs Elysees.
Join a local Latin Quarter Tour, plan a French cooking class, and spend one night at Moulin Rouge – the world-famous burlesque cabaret. These experiences will stimulate every sense and deepen their cultural understanding. The Moulin Rouge alone is a sensory explosion of choreographed colour, music, costumes and movement.
It’s important to understand that no overseas trip, even those with an educational agenda, is purely about learning. Every inclusion in the itinerary helps your students expand their cultural experience and comprehension.
Want your trip to include cuisine? Expand your itinerary (and tastebuds) with adventures outside of Paris to experience chocolate, pastries, cheeses, cured meats, breads and wine. And of course, there’s our favourite activity – language lessons in local schools and staying with host families.
Start to map out the kind of experience you’d like to give your students.
Let us tailor an itinerary based on your school’s curriculum and learning outcomes. Fill out your details here and we’ll prepare a free quote.
We only have one pre-requisite. Be open to trying snails and frog’s legs. You’re in Paris, after all.