If you are planning a school trip to Paris then there are plenty of great options to choose from.

Many schools choose Paris as a location to take their pupils to because of the diverse range of cultures and attractions for the students to see and absorb. In fact by choosing a school trip to Paris, it is pretty much guaranteed to be a memorable experience for all the children who can afford to take the trip.

Many schools make a trip to Paris part of their French teaching curriculum because the students can get absorbed in the culture and put context to what they are learning. It gives them a chance to put into practice all that they have learnt and practiced throughout their time learning the French curriculum that has been set for them. It means they can see the words they have learnt in the context of where they are used and it is great for their learning experience so as to be able to relate experience to theory.

When on a school trip to Paris, the children can practice speaking to the Parisians and put to use their French conversational skills so as to gain experience in speaking to a person who speaks fluent conversational French. They can do this in the restaurants they visit by talking to the waiters and fellow diners, in the train stations when buying their train or metro ticket, when buying things in shops and in many other countless situations where they will come into contact with people in the city.

On a school trip to Paris, the children will also get to experience the sights of the great city first hand. The sights of Paris are well known worldwide and it is indeed one of the most famous cities in the world.

They will get to experience sights like the Eiffel tower, the famous ironwork monument that dominates the Paris skyline which is notorious with the great city. To climb the Eiffel Tower is an unforgettable experience that will allow you to see the whole of Paris from high above on its many gantry points. They will also be able to experience the streets and boulevards such as the famous Champs Elysee and its many shops and boutiques that line it. They will be able to see the famous Arc de Triomphe at the top of the Champs Elysee and there are many other famous sights in Paris to take in such as the various museums such as the Louvre, the Musee d'Orsay, and the Pompidou Center in the Beaubourg, that house many of Paris' famous art works.

There is so much to see and do on a school trip to Paris that whoever organises the trip will have to select the itinerary of the trip very carefully so as to give the children the experience they want them to have.

Indeed there are some companies that will help to organise such trips to Paris, so as to relieve the teachers' of the burden of organising the trip and provide much needed experience and guidance to make the trip all the more memorable. They will plan out the whole package, from the hotel, to the travel arrangements, to the itinerary and the sights and experiences that the children will have. To have these companies take the burden of organization makes for a more memorable and relaxed trip, making a school trip to Paris a great experience for all concerned.