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Where better to discover and practise speaking French than in Paris. Its world leading art galleries, museums and monuments not only offer iconic visitor attractions, but also ideal venues to converse in French. On our Paris Parle programme, benefit from accommodation in our Voyager-run centre, Etoile Parisienne, which aims to emulate the service standards of our Normandy centres. Our language immersion programme, Paris Parle, sees each visit, experience and meal time in Paris as a chance to speak and understand French. And once again, it’s our native animateurs who make all this possible.
Situated within easy reach of Central Paris, Versailles, Disneyland Paris and the Parc Asterix, Etoile Parisienne occupies a peaceful position in the lovely town of Villecresnes. The grounds offer ideal opportunities for pupils to run around and let off steam in secure, car-free and natural surroundings in between activities and meal times. Service levels mirror those at our Normandy centres so that those on the Paris Parle programme benefit from the company and leadership of one of our native French animateurs, who will guide you through a fun-packed activity programme, filled with excursions, activities and evening entertainments, all in French!
In short, our Paris Parle programme at Etoile Parisienne, offers a level of service and standard of facilities not previously seen by U.K. schools in the French capital. Many non language groups also stay at our Etoile Parisienne centre, taking advantage of the wonderful facilities and grounds for schools. Schools not on the Paris Parle programme still benefit from a programme of evening activities organised and led by our team of animateurs and may opt to have the services of an animateur for the duration of their trip.
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Our native French team of professional animateurs will accompany you during the whole of your stay. They will be speaking in French with your group during the visits, in the evenings and at mealtimes. Not only will they ensure your group are speaking French at every opportunity, they will make it fun and their local knowledge will guarantee you get the most out of every visit.
We have many tried and tested evening entertainment options, including giving your students the opportunity to meet and mix with local French students, promoting better mutual understanding within a fun environment. Please contact us for a quote on a tailor-made French Tour, or complete our online quote request form.
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