Language School Paris — Eurocentres: Une vie en rose!
The Eurocentres language school Paris lies in the heart of the Latin quarter in a quiet pedestrian area. Its freshly renovated building offers architecture steeped in history and contemporary comforts. The well-equipped media library invites you to discover, browse and research to your heart’s content. You can take a break on the school’s sun terrace. A language study stay in Paris can seem like a romantic dream. Or – in the words of the singer Yves Montand: “C’est si bon!” In the middle of the student district, you are ideally located for visiting the countless sights that the ‘city of love’ has to offer. For example, the Louvre or the Pont Neuf are just a few minutes’ walk from the school.
During your language study stay in Paris, you will live with a host family in the vicinity or in a student hostel. The Métro, with its dense network of routes, will take you wherever you wish. Thanks to the underground system, you can quickly and comfortably travel to the different areas of the city, each with its own, very individual style. And you will meet up with pure everyday Parisian life. In this city full of spirit, art and pleasure, a waft of elegance and openness drifts through the wide boulevards. Streets of shops, cafés, boutiques, alleys, a baguette under the arm... Maybe you can feel it, this hint of amour? Fall in love with this metropolis during your school life. Paris charms and enchants. You too? – Ne me quitte pas... at least the memories of this stay will always remain with you.
A typical day at Eurocentres Paris
Alongside approximately 2.2 million inhabitants, Diego is living in France’s capital city for two weeks to learn French. It is completely different to his home town in Spain! He finds the lively hustle and bustle very exciting and enjoys watching Parisian life during his journey to school every morning on the Métro. During the day he trains his language skills, even practising on his way to and from school. Diego has already made incredible progress. But first he had to get used to the fast tempo with which the locals speak.
In the student hostel, he has a single room with its own bathroom at a reasonable price. When he has free time and wants to go somewhere, he can always find someone to accompany him. In the student hostel, there are people from all over the world. Diego has already made quite a few friends. They often go on sightseeing tours together and discover the attractions and beauty of the city with its many romantic corners. Art in exhibitions and museums, architectural highlights such as the 324-metre Tour Eiffel or the Arc de Triomphe, not to mention the diverse nightlife and the fine French cuisine. Your visit to Paris will be an all-round pleasure.
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