See modern geography in the form of this beautiful European capital! Students will get the chance to explore elements of tourism, renewable energy and modernisation as they spot famous landmarks. A cruise down the River Seine gives ample opportunity to bring the topic to life! With 4 seasons of delight (we recommend you go in Spring time), Paris is always a good idea!
This city is bursting at the seams with history! Famous names include: The Basilica of St Denis, Grand Palais and The Theatre de l Odeon. If you’re really looking to tick things off head over to the Place de la Bastille, Place du Châtelet, Pavillon de Flore, Tuileries Gardens, Les Invalides. Get ready to go back in time!
Think effortlessly chic, shades indoors and writings on the wall kind of classical artistic inspiration! Students will discover old, new and big names at The Louvre, The Arc de Triomphe, The Picasso Museum, The Musée Rodin and the symbol of France, the Eiffel Tower! The city today remains home to a thriving community of artists, so encourage students to keep their cameras close by!
Well there is one obvious one: The Eiffel Tower. Here your students can tick off these iconic architectural locations on their bucket list: The Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris and the The Arc de Triomphe.
Because culture doesn’t get more expressive than coffee. French citizens like their coffee as an espresso shot, with no water & no milk, so get your students to try it out. Paris takes ‘shop ‘til you drop’ to another level, the Champs Elysées and the Marais neighbourhoods are worth bobbing your head in. Yes, here they do croissants for dessert, you can thank us later!
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