Nice Languages and Cultural Studies

6 days /5 nights

From only £529pp


6 days /5 nights From only £529pp

Easy access from the UK and Mediterranean climate makes Nice an ideal choice for modern foreign languages groups. You and your students will enjoy exploring the medieval maze of Vieux Nice, people-watching along the famous Promenade des Anglais, and, not forgetting celebrity spotting in the Riviera’s famous resorts.

What's included in the trip?

  • Return scheduled flights
  • Return airport transfers at your destination (flight only)
  • Half board host family accommodation
  • 15 hours of lessons
  • 1:10 leader place ratio

Sample itinerary

  • Day 1

    Departure from UK. Meet rep and host families and transfer to accommodation. Evening meal with host family.

  • Day 2

    Morning lessons followed by guided walking tour of Nice in French. Evening meal with host family.

  • Day 3

    Morning lessons. Take the bus to Eze Village for guided tour. Evening meal with host family.

  • Day 4

    Morning lessons. Take the train to Monte Carlo for guided tour. Evening meal with host family.

  • Day 5

    Morning lessons. French cookery lesson. Evening meal with host family.

  • Day 6

    Morning lessons. Transfer to Nice airport. Departure to UK.


Enhance your trip

  • Antibes is a Mediterranean resort in southeastern France, on the Côte d’Azur between Cannes and Nice.
  • The seaside Chateau Grimaldi is located in the old town of Antibes. In 1946 Picasso a year in Antibes using the 2nd floor of this  chateau as his workshop, at the end of which he gave several important works to the city, including 44 drawings and 23 paintings.
  • The Prince’s Palace was erected by wealthy Genoese merchants in 1215 on the site of the original fortress. It is the official private residence of the Prince of Monaco, and plays an important role in the lives of the prince and his subjects. The State Apartments are open for public visits part of the year.
  • The Musée Marc Chagall is a national museum dedicated to the work of painter Marc Chagall – essentially his works inspired by religion – and located in the Alpes-Maritimes. It houses the series of seventeen paintings by Chagall and offered to the French State in 1966.