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Paris

from 6 to 17 y.o | from July 3rd to August 13th

Paris – the very name is enough to get teens dreaming. One of the most visited cities in the world, it’s the perfect holiday destination for teenagers who will have a wonderful time in a thrilling city that never sleeps.

Paris is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world, capital of France, art and fashion.

There are a thousand things to do and see in Paris and, however long you spend there, your stay will be too short. Go to the top of the Eiffel Tower, stroll along the Champs Elysées, visit the Louvre, take a trip to Euro Disney, enjoy the parks, gardens, terraces and boutiques…

Distances

Paris is located 689 km from Nice, 671 km from Biarritz, 700 km from Antibes, 690 km from Cannes and 704km from Hières

It’s near the French Riviera, 1h20 by plane and 4h30 by TGV

It’s easy to get to from all over the world, 7 h by plane from New York, 2 h by plane from European capital cities

A few facts and figures

Average temperatures

  • Winter 8-12° (46-54 F)
  • Spring 14-18° (57-64 F)
  • Summer 25-35° (77-96 F)
  • Autumn 15-23° (59-73 F)

Average prices

  • 1,5/2 € an espresso
  • 5 € a sandwich
  • 15 € a daily specials
  • 9 € a cinema ticket

How to get to Paris ?

By plane : Paris is served by flights from all over the world.

By train : Trains from all over Europe.

How can I get around Paris ?

By metro, RER and tram : The Paris Metro (the subway) has almost 400 stations and is one of the easiest ways to get around. The RER suburban train network runs from 6am to half past midnight and the Metro runs from 5.30am to 1.15am (2.15am on Fridays, Saturdays and days before French public holidays).

By bus : The bus network covers the Ile-de-France with nearly 300 routes. Buses run from 7am to 8.30pm.

By noctilien: These replace the Metro and RER between half past midnight and 5.30am.

Paris Open Tour: 4 Open Tour bus routes cover the capital throughout the day. They offer a commentary in 8 languages, run every 10-25 minutes between 9.30am and 6.30pm and stop at points all over the city.

What to do in Paris ?

Activities : Everything is available in Paris – sightseeing tours (on foot, by bus or by boat), amusement parks (Parc Astérix, Euro Disney), concerts (international artists, operas), shows (Moulin Rouge, Crazy Horse, theaters), shopping, international sporting events…

Going out : Paris is the place to enjoy going out. With its restaurants, nightclubs, cafés and shows, you’ll always find something to do, day and night

Sports : All sports are available in Paris apart from maritime sports.

Culture : Paris is a city of culture par excellence. Its main cultural attractions are the Louvre, the Château of Versailles, the Rodin Museum, the Branly Museum and the Pompidou Center . Cooking classes and wine tastings are also available

Events : Concerts, shows, the French Open tennis tournament (Roland Garros), football matches and major sporting events, fashion shows, exhibitions, Museums at Night, Christmas illuminations, sales, agricultural shows…

What should I wear in Paris ?

Bring light clothes for sunny days but a jacket and mid-season clothes are what you’ll wear the most.

WHY CHOOSE THE CIA?
  • 30 years’ experience of teaching French as a Foreign Language.
  • School approved by the French Government (the Ministry of Youth and Sport and the Ministry of Education).
  • A wide choice of courses, flexible dates, prices that suit your needs.
  • A 97% success rate at the DELF examinations, proves the excellence of our teaching team.
  • A dream destination with its deep blue sea and 300 days of sunshine a year.
  • Some 100,000 students have already put their trust in us !
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