Discover France

France Educational Tours

France is a beautiful and diverse country that features everything from sunny, Mediterranean beaches to Alpine slopes. Renowned for its cuisine, wine, language and art, a visit to France is sure to be a delight for the senses. Students on an educational tour of France can experience medieval cities, world-renowned masterpieces, awe-inspiring architecture, fragrant outdoor markets, and so much more!


Ah, the City of Light! Few cities in the world have been romanticized more than Paris, France. A necessary stop for any student tour in Paris is the tallest and most famous structure in the city, the Eiffel Tower. This iron lattice structure located on the Champ de Mars needs no introduction, as it is the quintessential symbol of Paris. Wander through the historic streets of Montmartre, and stand in awe before the Louvre‘s masterpiece, the Mona Lisa. Savor croissants in charming cafés, cruise along the Seine River, and immerse yourself in the spirit of creativity that has inspired artists, writers, and thinkers for centuries. From the Notre-Dame Cathedral to the Champs-Élysées, each corner of Paris invites students to uncover its rich history, artistic legacy, and enchanting ambiance. Your journey to this city of beauty and romance promises unforgettable experiences that will stay with you long after you’ve said “au revoir.”


Welcome to Aix-en-Provence, a picturesque gem nestled in the heart of Provence. This charming city is a canvas of cobblestone streets, sun-soaked squares, and graceful fountains. Explore the vibrant markets, where the scent of lavender and fresh produce fills the air. Don’t miss the Cours Mirabeau, a tree-lined avenue that leads to the stunning Fontaine de la Rotonde (Fountain of the Rotunda). Immerse yourself in art and culture at the Musée Granet, housing works by renowned artists.


Bienvenue to the radiant city of Nice, nestled along the stunning French Riviera. With its azure waters and palm-fringed Promenade des Anglais, Nice offers a dreamy seaside escape. Discover the historic Old Town, where narrow streets wind past colorful buildings and vibrant markets. Uncover artistic treasures at the Marc Chagall National Museum and the Matisse Museum. Plus, Nice serves as a gateway to the captivating towns of the Côte d’Azur, making it an ideal starting point for further exploration.


Situated in northern France, Normandy encompasses a diverse coastline featuring white-chalk cliffs and significant World War II beachheads, including the renowned Omaha Beach, a historic site of the iconic D-Day landing. Offshore, the rocky islet of Mont-Saint-Michel proudly hosts a soaring Gothic abbey. Students can visit the picturesque town of Rouen, with the imposing Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Rouen and a history linked to Joan of Arc, the military leader and Catholic saint whose execution took place there in 1431. With its mix of historical landmarks, natural beauty, and artistic heritage, Normandy invites students to discover a region that has played a pivotal role in shaping both French and world history.