Paris needs little introduction of course. A beautiful and compact city, its famous sights include the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, Montmartre, Notre Dame and the Champs Elysées. As well as some world famous sights and landmarks, Paris offers a wealth of fantastic cultural and subject-related educational visits to suit every group. Whether your focus is Art & Design, Language, Fashion, Hospitality or Tourism, as school trip specialists our dedicated and experienced team will help plan the perfect programme for your group, whatever your subject or requirement.

  • The iconic Eiffel Tower

  • The Louvre and a range of galleries & museums

  • Disneyland theme park visit

  • Seine River Cruise

  • Notre Dame, Montmartre & Sacre Coeur

Top Visits

Eiffel Tower

Instantly recognisable as the symbol of Paris, the Eiffel Tower, built for the Universal Exhibition of 1889, now welcomes nearly seven million visitors each year. School group entry tickets are possible booked directly by the school.

Seine River Cruise

Take an unforgettable cruise along the banks of the River Seine and marvel at views of some of the city's iconic sights from a different perspective. Take in Notre Dame, Grand Palais, Eiffel Tower and more... a trip not to be missed.

Montparnasse Tower - Top of the City

Europe’s fastest lift takes you up to 196m in 38 seconds to the top of the city. The observation floor provides spectacular 360 degree panoramic views over Paris, including wonderful view of the Eiffel Tower. There is an interactive audio-visual exhibition also to enjoy.

Disneyland Paris

Why not make a magical visit to Disneyland Paris, and enjoy the thrilling attractions, shows and parades of the famous theme park. Single or two park tickets are available (Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park). A fantastic adventure for kids, big and small.

Sacré Coeur

The Sacré-Coeur Basilica is located at the top of the butte Montmartre. Its recognisable white walled, Roman-Byzantine style make it one of the most iconic monuments in Paris. Visitors can access the dome which offers beautiful panoramic views over the city.

The Louvre

The world renowned museum is home to a huge collection of treasures, housing around 35 thousand works of art. Famous masterpieces include Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo ancient Greek sculpture. Every trip to Paris is worthy of a visit to the Louvre.

Palace of Versailles

Former French royal residence, the 17th century Palace of Versailles is now a World Heritage Site and national landmark. Located a short distance to the west of Paris, visit the Royal Apartments, Hall of Mirrors, the Chapel, Opera House and the Park and Gardens.

Notre Dame Cathedral

A masterpiece of Gothic architecture, the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris is France's most visited monument. Admire the stained-glass windows and gargoyles, and climb the famous towers to enjoy view over the city.

Note: since the terrible fire of April 2019, the cathedral is unfortunately closed until further notice.


Musée d'Orsay

The wonderful building itself resembling a palace is a former railway station located on the banks of the river Seine. The museum houses an internationally renowned collection of Impressionist art including masterpieces by Monet, Manet and Renoir.


Paris Guided Tour

Tours of Paris can be arranged with an an expert local tour guide, tailored to suit suit your area of interest. This can include museums, monuments and neighbourhood walks in the city.

Subject-specific trips

We can tailor your school or college trip to include a range of specialist subject-specific educational visits to meet your objectives for the trip. See further details for some of our most popular subjects here:

Sample Itinerary

Day 1

Morning departure for journey to Paris. Channel crossing and onward journey, arriving during the afternoon. Check in to accommodation and free time. Possible short coach tour of the city.

Day 2

Morning guided city tour. Take a trip up the Montparnasse Tower with spectacular panoramic views of the Eiffel Tower, Paris and beyond. Afternoon enjoy a boat cruise along the River Seine. Visit Montmartre and Sacre Coeur.

Day 3

Enjoy a full day visit to Disneyland Paris - the thrilling attractions, rides, parade and fireworks. Evening return to the city.

Day 4

Possible final visit or last minute shopping before departing for return journey to the UK. Arrive home during the evening.

Where to Stay

Generator Hostel

Large and modern, centrally located hostel close to Gard du Nord and extremely popular with groups. Students are accommodated in multi bedded dorm-style rooms of 4-8 beds and leaders will stay in single or twin rooms, rooms en-suite.

Ibis Budget Paris Montmartre

This comfortable modern accommodation is located close to the Sacre Coeur and offers comfortable accommodation for groups in twin and single rooms, all en-suite and with a full breakfast included.

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