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Louvre Museum

A visit to Paris would not be complete without a detour through the Louvre Museum and its famous pyramid! Considered one of the greatest museums in the world, the former royal palace houses more than 35.000 works of art that will delight your pupils.

Scattered in three wings and a several levels, its collections are composed of treasures of oriental, Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Islamic civilizations, from the Middle Ages to the 19th century. From room to room, you will stroll among the Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo and the Raft of the Medusa. This exceptional place will transport you for an artistic journey in a sumptuous setting.


Inaugurated and built by the architect Charles Garnier in 1875, the Opéra Garnier is the thirteenth opera house in Paris since the institution was founded by Louis XIV. Its bold architecture makes it a true masterpiece of theatrical architecture that earned it a historic monument classification in 1923.

Take advantage of your stay in Paris to visit its prestigious auditorium, its public spaces, its library-museum and its rehearsal studios. Unless you prefer to attend a ballet, opera or recital. Don’t forget to look up at the ceiling in the auditorium: you will have the opportunity to admire a splendid fresco painted by Marc Chagall!

Eiffel Tower

It is impossible to visit Paris without going through the “Eiffel Tower” box. The ultimate parisian symbol and an essential monument, the Eiffel Tower was erected on the occasion of the 1889 Universal Exhibition under the direction of Gustave Eiffel. Culminating at 325 meters in height, it offers you one of the most beautiful views of the capital and allows you to contemplate the City Light shining a thousand lights once the sun sets.

The gastronomic restaurant Jules Verne will allow you to enjoy a delicious meal from the second floor. Want to get on the cloud? Climb to the third floor by lift and enjoy the 360° view!

Montmartre / Sacred heart

Take advantage of your visit to stroll in the district of Montmartre, famous for its romantic charm exalted by the film “The fabulous destiny of Amélie Poulain”. Start in the Abbesses district and follow the steep streets leading to Place du Tertre. You will only have a few more steps to take to reach the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, consecrated in 1919.

Perched 130 metres above sea level, this emblematic monument offers a spectacular panorama of Paris. Inside the basilica, you will discover a Romano Byzantine style, the largest mosaic in France and its crypt. For a 360° view, climb up to the Dôme and admire Paris.

Latins District

Whether you want culture, shopping or entertainment, go to the Quartier Latin in the 5th arrondissement! This emblematic district of Paris alone is home to an infinite number of historical remains, theatres, shops and restaurants. All along your walk, you will pass in front of the Pantheon, the National Museum of the Middle Ages, the garden or the Arena of Lutèce.

Take a detour to rue Mouffetard, rue Monge and place de la Contrescarpe. In the evening, enjoy a show at the Caveau de la Huchette or the Théâtre de l’Odéon, which are among the most famous venues in the capital.

Versailles Castel

Located an hour’s drive from Paris, the Château de Versailles never ceases to enchant visitors from all over the world who come to discover its splendours. This architectural marvel was the nest of the greatest French monarchs, including the Sun King, and shines since the 17th century.

Let yourself be enchanted by its poetic Hall of Mirrors and its play of light; discover the Hamlet of Queen Marie-Antoinette and the royal apartments; fall under the spell of the Petit Trianon and the Grand Trianon; stroll in the gardens among statues and fountains… A captivating visit that will make you revisit the history of this world-famous castle!