We can offer a choice accommodation centres with great facilities in quieter locations, ideally suited to Primary groups.
European Campus Sainte Thérèse
We highly recommend this superb youth centre for school groups. Originally built as a boarding school it has an excellent range of classroom and recreational facilities. It is located approx. 1 hours drive from central Paris and 15 minutes from Disney. Our French Language Immersion programme takes place here.
Kyriad Hotel at Disneyland Paris
A 3* hotel is located on the Disney site, 1 km from the parks and Disney village
Le Bois Du Lys
This is a purpose built youth centre with excellent recreational facilities including and outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts and meeting rooms. Le Bois du Lys is set is its own extensive grounds, to the south of Paris, on the edge of the Forest of Fontainebleau. It is approximately 45 minutes’ to 1½ hours’ drive to the centre of Paris and 1 hour’s drive Disneyland Paris.
Residence International de Paris
Located in the Bagnolet area of Paris this is also a purpose built youth centre with good standard accommodation all in en-suite rooms.
Fiap Jean Monnet
This is a purpose built youth centre with excellent facilities, centrally located in the 14th arrondissement. Accommodation is all in multi bedded en-suite rooms.
Disneyland® Paris is a unique destination with two magical Disney Parks bursting with more than 50 attractions, shows and parades!
Explore 5 themed lands filled with Disney classic stories and fairy tales featuring fantastical and fearless Disney Characters.
Walt Disney Studios® Park
Feel what it’s like to be the star of stage and screen and experience movie sets coming to life.
One of Paris’ best known monuments, a trip to the top offers superb views of the city. Visitors can choose go to the 2nd floor or the top
Seine River Cruise
A one hour cruise from the Eiffel Tower, up to Notre Dame and back. A lovely relaxing way to see the sights with commentary in English. Groups can do the tour in the evening and see Paris by night.
Offering superb panoramic views of Paris, this is less busy than the Eiffel Tower so queues are shorter. It also has good audio and visual interactive facilities.
Montmartre and Sacré Coeur
An artistic area of Paris filled with street artists and stalls. A visit here is a wonderful way to soak up the culture and being high up, affords great views of the city.
Notre Dame Cathedral
The famous gothic cathedral at the heart of Paris. No trip to Paris is complete without a visit here.
This is Europe’s largest aquarium and it’s located in the centre of Paris. As well as seeing a fantastic range of sealife, vistors can also see pirate stunt shows, educational demonstrations and workshops. An ideal visit for KS2 covering marine habitats and sealife.
Stade de France
Groups can take a behind the scenes tour of the national stadium of France. The 90 minute tour will take you into the players’ changing rooms, through the tunnel and out on to the famous pitch.
Cité des Sciences
The largest science museum in France packed with interactive exhibitions. Although some of the exhibitions are French, there is a lot to entertain KS2 students.
One of the most famous museums in the world. The Louvre is free for self guided visits although groups must pre-book in advance. If you prefer a guided tour then audio guides or English speaking guides can be booked at an additional cost.
Only 30km north of Paris, Parc Astérix is a fantastic place to spend a day. Based on the famous characters from the Astérix comics it offers a wonderful range of white knuckle rides and themed shows.