18th May 2012

Students on a school trip to Paris in the future will have even more to marvel at as plans have been approved for two leaning skyscrapers to be built in central Paris on the River Gauche. The new “leaning towers of Paris” are designed by star architect Jean Nouvel and will be the first in the new high-rise quartier Bruneseau at the border of the city and Ivry-sur-Seine in the 13th arrondissement.

When fully developed the Bruneseau area in the south-east of Paris is set to rival La Defence in the west meaning business students on a school trip to Paris will be able to explore not one but two important business districts in one of Europe’s most important cities. The skyscrapers will have a common base that will open into the shape of a V and will provide 90,000 sqm of offices, a four-star hotel, retail space and a revolving restaurant. Work should start in 2014 and be completed in late 2017.

A school trip to Paris provides students with a great opportunity to practise their French and with more world class attractions such as the Leaning Skycrapers being built, Paris is a city that all students should visit once in their life. If you are a teacher looking to inspire your students and would like to take learning outside the classroom why not organise a school trip to Paris. Please contact us for more information on school trips to Paris and school trips to Disneyland.

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