You are bound to speak French fluently because you will not only get to hear different regional accents, but you will also end up understanding them! Thanks to our EasyFrench language school, you will get the chance to familiarize yourself with one of the most remarkable accents in France, and one of the most popular regions in the Mediterranean Basin, between the wild “Calanques” (creeks) and picturesque inland region. Marseille, second largest French town and biggest port in the country is there just waiting for you!
Marseille is a very unique town, facing the sea. It is well known for its old port, its quaint neighbourhoods and for its gastronomy consisting mainly of fish dishes such as for example, “bouillabaisse”. Marseille is also famous for its Basilica, “Notre Dame de la Garde”, which is also referred to as ‘la bonne mère’.
Don’t miss out on the chance to discover an exceptional place in the South of France. Famous as much for its history as its monuments and natural sites, Marseille is a symbolic landmark in French culture. Come and practise your French whilst also having fun in the company of other students from our EasyFrench language school.
A French Teacher from our school will guide you through the town and its different neighbourhoods telling you all about the history and the most emblematic monuments. All day long on this excursion, and more particularly during your free time at lunchtime, you will be able to practise what you have learnt during your French lessons. You will have the time to admire how the city has recently been developed with the construction of the MUCEM, Museum of Mediterranean cultures. The architecture really is beautiful, and the building is bordered by a nice promenade on the seafront.
Marseille is a city rich in contrasts and character, it leaves no one indifferent! It also good for shopping, you are sure to find souvenirs or little presents to take back home with you for your friends or for your family. For example, why not buy some famous Marseille soap whose original recipe goes back to 1370 or a little bottle of Pastis, typical alcohol in this Southern French town.
This sightseeing visit will give you the chance to have a good time with your international student friends while also getting to improve your knowledge of France and the French language. Make your language travel to France unforgettable and sign up!