TEFL Trainees / ESL Teachers in France can visit these places
During the TESOL course in France, you will get a chance to visit the most romantic country in the world. It is a citadel of European culture and traditions, which the French has protected very well. Remnants of its grand past are still present in every corner of the country. The castles, vineyards, lush green meadows and medieval and modern architectures, France has it all.
Some of the most beautiful tourist destinations in France, where the trainees can visit during their TEFL course in France are enlisted below:
Paris, the capital city of France, lures millions of tourists each year. The City of Lights by the Sine River is known for the Eiffel Tower, numerous museums and other medieval architecture.
The Corsica Island in the south eastern part of France is another popular tourist spot for the locals and the foreigners. The 1000 kilometers of coastline, 200 beaches and a perfect Mediterranean climate makes it one of the most sought after tourist destinations in France.
Chateau de Versailles is a must visit destination if you are even remotely interested in French culture, history and architecture.
If you are in France, one place you cannot miss in the Museum of Louvre. The museum in the Louvre palace exhibits some of the most renowned artworks in the world. History comes alive in Louvre and it is an experience of lifetime.
Toulouse is located in southern part of Paris in the conjuncture of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Some of the greatest places to visit in Toulouse are Garonne, Saint Sernin, Canal du Midi and Cite de l’espace.
Marseille is a beautiful Mediterranean city of France, which apart from the gorgeous landscape has a great history.
Lyon is another great city of east central France. The city is well known for the cultural festivals like, Festival of Lights and national Biennial Festivals of Dance and Contemporary Art.