Share the Magic of Disneyland Paris on School Trips to France
As the end of the school year approaches, you may be thinking about how you could reward your students for all their hard work – and why not choose a break to Euro Disney Paris? One way is to organise a school trip that will leave them with some lasting memories – and maybe teach them something as well.
If you need some inspiration or help with your school trip then get in touch with a school travel service. You will be able to draw on the experience of others to make sure that you get a break that’s perfectly tailored to you and your students’ needs.
For a short break to Europe, there are few places that offer a better range of activities and attractions than Paris. The French capital has everything from culture and history to art and entertainment – so you and your students will never be bored.
Booking school trips to France will give you plenty of options when it comes to how you spend your time, whether you just want to get away for two days, or would prefer a little longer to explore all Paris has to offer.
For an end of year treat, a school trip to Paris should certainly include at least one day at Euro Disney, Paris. The theme park is a great way for students and teachers to unwind and enjoy themselves in exciting new surroundings.
Some of your pupils may even practice their French while visiting the attraction. The Film Studios Park, which is situated next to Euro Disney Paris, is also a great place to visit during a stay in the French capital.
Here you will be able to get an insight into how Hollywood blockbusters are made, as well as being able to enjoy numerous entertainment-themed attractions. But there is much more to Paris than just its theme parks and taking a three or four-day trip to the city can give you chance to balance the excitement of the rides with some culture and history.
A sightseeing tour of the capital can be arranged, taking in the most famous landmarks – such as the Eiffel Tower – as well as visiting some of the city’s best-known museums, like the Louvre. Taking a two, three or four-day excursion to Paris is a wonderful way to introduce your students to French culture and this fascinating European nation that is just across the Channel.