Whether you are traveling by train or by plane, you will get to your hotel in the center of Paris quickly.
Your language course starts on Monday. Afterwards, you will be greeted with champagne in typical Parisian style and quickly get to know the city center thanks to a guided tour (including, for example, Notre Dame Cathedral, a Gothic architectural masterpiece from the 13th century).
An excursion to an altitude of 115m is also an excursion into modernity. We’ll show you the Paris imagined by Gustave Eiffel and take you to a landmark that was far ahead of its time.
They have always shaped the art of France: the Parisian cabarets, opens and ball houses! Let’s discover the theater and enjoy the arts.
Almost as sweet as love in the city of romance, the love the Parisians have for their chocolate is completely justified, with local chocolatiers creating produce so good it gives the Swiss competition a run for its money! Get to know all about the history and the production of 'brown gold' and try it yourself.
Degas, Monet, Cézanne… - we could go on listing the outstanding impressionist artists whose works grace the walls of Paris’ museums. But you should learn for yourself on our visit to the Musée d'Orsay.
Saturday’s theme: the 17th century. Enjoy a guided tour of the Royal King's Palace, be enchanted by the splendor of the mirrored room and inspired by the enormous proportions of the castle park.
After so much high baroque, you have earned yourself a little break. On Sunday you get free time to spend as you wish.
It belongs to France like the Matterhorn to Switzerland: During a professional tasting, you will learn everything about French wine and how it best complements Parisian cuisine.
After the language lessons, we’ll visit the Invalides. Napoleon is not the only historical figure buried here, and there are also many other relics to discover from different eras.
Day 11 and 12
In order to give you an impression of the Parisian art of today, on Wednesday and Thursday we’ll take you to the high fortresses of the city: Montmartre and Marais. Where artists and acrobats are around every corner - you can’t miss out.
End on a high: We’ll take you to one of the most famous jazz bars, where greats like Cab Calloway and Lionel Hampton have played.
We bid you farewell and expect you’ll be returning soon after falling in love with Paris.