Paris, je t’aime

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Course outline

Relive History while strolling along the Seine and the wide boulevards, discover what hides behind the monuments and the 19th-century façades and understand why Paris is still today as much as yesterday a symbol of culture, art, fashion and gastronomy. A fascinating and informative virtual tour, taught in English, ideal for armchair travellers or those planning a trip to France.

This course will cover:

  • the origin and evolution of Paris
  • how it became the capital of France and one of the most visited cities in the world
  • what defines and characterises its different districts (history, architecture, culture and lifestyle)
  • itinerary planning and discovery guidelines costs
  • accommodation
  • transport

Learning outcomes

On completion of this course, learners will be able to: plan a trip to Paris according to their interests (history and architecture, what not to miss, local specialties) develop a better understanding of the French culture reflect on differences with their own culture and learn to appreciate the positives of both cultures.

Who should attend?

People who are planning a trip to Paris people who have a special interest in France and French culture language students


  • 2 X Saturdays, 19 - 26 September, 9:30am - 12:00pm
  • $85.00 incl. GST
  • The University of Auckland, City Campus
  • Presented by Veronique Guilloteau

Presented by

Veronique Guilloteau

Veronique Guilloteau

French Teacher

Veronique is a French native, with diplomas in Industrial Relations Psychology and Business Management. She worked for 12 years in France as the Human Resources Manager for several large corporations. She has been teaching French language and French culture to adults for a number of years.

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