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Wander cobbled streets and soak in the history from the surrounding architecture. Climb the Eiffel Tower during the evening and let your eyes drink in the splendor of Paris at dusk, saunter through the numerous halls of the Louvre and become acquainted with the enigmatic Mona Lisa, and try and spot Da Vinci’s “code”
This bohemian city is easily navigable by foot and heritage flows through the streets, so what better way to introduce your students to this thriving, multi-cultural metropolis than with one of our tours?
Fly overnight to France
Meet your Tour Director and transfer to your hotel
Join a local guide for a tour of the City of Lights, including the majestic Arc de Triomphe and the sweeping Champs-Elysees to the inspiring Eiffel Tower and Les Invalides. Tour the cavernous Notre Dame Cathedral, climb the stone steps to the top of one of the towers for a panoramic view of the Ile de la Cite. Take your time exploring the magnificent Louvre Museum.
Transfer to your hotel
Take a walking tour of Berlin
Enjoy a welcome dinner
Visit the Palace of Versailles palace, former residence of Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette. Visit the immense hall of mirrors, the royal apartments and the gardens. In the afternoon join a Bateaux Parisiens river cruise along the Seine. After dinner view Paris by night from the top of the Eiffel Tower.
Excursion in to Normandy, following the Seine to Giverny, visit the house and gardens which inspired Claude Monet and other Impressionist painters. Monet’s Pond, the Japanese Bridge and of course the Water-lilies are still here to be enjoyed.
What better place to brush-up on French language than a trip to the Loire Valley – considered the cradle of the French language?
Stop at Chartres Cathedral, celebrated for its many glorious stained-glass windows and sculptures. A trip to Chateau du Clos Luce in Amboise will give students a chance to see Leonardo da Vinci’s final residence, and a tour of the gardens gives a true insight to the creative colossus’s genius.
Since its revival in the 1960s, the Marais has shone as a center of Parisian artistic and cultural life. It has also significantly gentrified, evolving from a mostly working-class and immigrant neighborhood to one of the most affluent and prestigious areas in the city.
Visit the Musee d’Orsay. Housed in a former railway station, the museum is famous for its collection of impressionist art works by painters like Renoir and Monet
Return Home to the United States.
4 Points Educational Travel arrange exceptional school trips to many other U.S cities and International destinations, for example China for Business Studies and language, Morocco for Environmental Studies and Chicago for Architecture. Let us know where you want to take your students and we will design a custom made itinerary.
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