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Learn Paris: What's Cool for School Trips?

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Learn Paris: What's Cool for School Trips?

Paris is a city that exudes style, glamour and grace with its endless rows of boutiques, cosy cafes and iconic landmarks which make it one of the most beautiful and cultural cities in the world. Home to such masterpieces as the world famous Mona Lisa and the impressionist paintings by Monet and Renoir, Paris possesses some of the world’s most famous museums including Le Louvre and the Musee d’Orsay. In recent years it has increasingly become a must see destination for any school trip due to the sheer diversity of its art galleries and museums, the significance of its monuments and the neo classical buildings that adorn the city streets and boulevards which make Paris so famous.

Ideal for all school trips, Paris has something for every student and around every bustling boulevard there is an illustrious landmark such as the Eiffel Tower or the Arc de Triomphe for students to marvel at whilst they take in and experience Parisian culture which is the envy of the world. With every iconic landmark there is also a grand museum such as the Musee Rodin or the Pompidou Centre that will offer students an educational learning experience they will never forget. Combine the iconic landmarks and the world class museums with a school trip to Disneyland Paris and you have a destination that offers the right balance of learning and entertainment at an affordable price.

A school trip to Paris provides students with a great opportunity to practise their French, whilst visiting a variety of world class attractions and experiencing first-hand the culture of one of Europe’s most cosmopolitan cities. 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 Paris.

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