An ISE-appointed staff-guide manages the day-to-day itinerary and engages students in activities that immerse them in the culture and language.
World-famous art museums and iconic landmarks. Cathedrals, chateâux, and Roman temples. Vast lavender fields, sun-drenched Mediterranean beaches, and more ski resorts than any other country in Europe. It’s no wonder France is the most visited country in the world! Did you know that in some parts of France it is customary to kiss cheeks up to 4 times upon greeting friends and family? Find out how many bises are customary in your community while you sharpen your French skills with your French host family!
Speak: with the merchants in le marché while you gather goodies for a picnic in the Montmartre neighborhood for great views of Paris and a peek at the Basilica Sacré-Coeur.
Learn: how locals navigate Paris, the “City of Lights”, with a ride on the métro.
Do: Grab your walking shoes, as Paris is best seen by foot. Take a stroll along les rues piétonnes, stop at a terraced café for a pain au chocolat and observe the French going about their daily routines.