Paris is at the epicentre of modern French commerce and is an excellent destination for a Business Studies school trip. During your tour students are able to investigate how the location of Paris plays such a pivotal role in the success of the economy.
Explore how businesses, large and small, survive and succeed in this huge city. Visit Disneyland® Paris to combine excitement on the rides and attractions with observations of its customer service policy, and how it contributes to repeat business for the park. Have the chance to visit the Stade de France and Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport for insights into these multi-million pound industries.
Our Suggested Itinerary
This itinerary is based on travelling by coach, but let us know if you would prefer to travel by Eurostar or by air.
Depart school in the morning and travel to France.
Visit Choco Story and discover the fascinating world of chocolate manufacturing and of course have a chance to try some free samples!
Go for a cruise on the river Seine: the Bateaux Mouches will give you spectacular views of this iconic city from a different angle.
Spend the day at Disneyland® Paris and observe how the park displays a number of Business Studies concepts. Every day running of the park will include advertising, marketing, customer service and staff employment.
Optional: Before heading back into central Paris, you could go for a wander through La Vallée Shopping Village to see designer shopping brands at work.
Start your day with a tour of the world-famous Stade de France, home of the 1998 World Cup. You will have the chance to visit the in-house museum, detailing the history of the stadium’s construction along with the many events it has hosted of the years.
Then head to Charles de Gaulle Airport to see how the second busiest airport in Europe works behind the scenes.
Afterwards, visit the Headquarters of UNESCO and take part in a guided tour that will allow you to discover how the organisation works, the values it sticks to and how it affects daily life.
Finish the day by climbing to the top of the Montparnasse Tower for views of this glorious city. The panoramic Observation Desk gives you a unique view that will take your breath away!
On your final morning, have a guided tour of Paris’ financial centre, La Défense. This major business district is the largest economic centre in Europe.
Then have a guided tour of Musée du Parfum Fragonard led by a professional guide and expert in perfumery and its history. Discover how perfume is manufactured then have the chance to test out your senses!
Travel back to the UK.
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