A vibrant city for art, fashion, cuisine and culture.

Thanks to its rich history and culture, iconic art and architecture, delicious food and exciting fashion, Europe’s most enchanting city is world renowned. Picasso, Monet, Cezanne, Renoir, Rembrant, Matisse, da Vinci, Van Gogh…the list of some of the most revered artists the world has ever known is endless and Paris has original works by all of them. Inspire your groups with unrivalled opportunities to view masterpieces of stunning art, sculpture and architecture.

Paris is a hub of sensory experiences for food technology groups with culinary delights to inspire. Boulangeries, patisseries and chocolate shops combine with its wonderful café culture to make this a great place for students to further develop their enthusiasm for world cuisine.

Second to none in the world of designer clothing and textiles, Paris allows students to immerse themselves in the history and culture of fashion. The Textile Museum and Pierre Cardin Museum display thousands of couture, costumes, accessories, jewellery and textiles. The Palais Galliera reflects the fashion trends from the late 18th century to the present day and guided fashion tours are in abundance. As the birthplace of Haute Couture and the home to some of the most famous fashion houses, this unique destination provides invaluable opportunity to experience the fashion capital of the world.

Iconic Paris

With world famous monuments such as the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Sacre Coeur, Notre Dame, Catacombs, Louvre and Trocadero, to a stroll down the Champs Elysees or along the banks of the River Seine, Paris offers an abundance of history and culture. Whether experiencing the pace of city life or relaxing in the many gardens or cafes, this rich cultural experience is one that will be remembered by all who visit.


Popular Excursions

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History around every corner

For music and science, excursions include the superb concert venues at Notre Dame Cathedral, the Eiffel Tower bandstand, La Madeleine church, the Palais de la Decouverte (Palace of Discovery), the Marie Curie Museum and Futuroscope theme park. A trip to the permanent math exhibition at La Villette Cite de Sciences et de L’Industrie is highly recommended for math students.