Springtime In Paris: Road Scholar Offers New Learning Adventures In France In Every Season For Baby Boomers And Beyond
Spring is finally here and not-for-profit Road Scholar is enrolling a record number of participants in its learning adventures to many of France’s most fascinating and historic destinations, including Normandy, Provence, and of course the City of Light, Paris.
The country is a favorite destination for Road Scholars who are eager to learn about its history, culture, and culinary delights.
France is so popular that the organization named it its Campus of the Year for 2019, creating new programs and resources for its participants.
What makes Road Scholar learning adventures in France so compelling? It’s the knowledgeable lecturers and group leaders, access not available to the everyday traveler, and unique, one-of-a-kind learning experiences.
“Participants enroll in Road Scholar learning adventures because they are interested in engaging with some of the world’s best lecturers and experts, and are seeking an unparalleled learning experience,” said James Moses, President, and CEO of Road Scholar.
“France has always been one of our most popular European destinations; and with France designated Campus of the Year, we have added even more opportunities for our participants to gain a deeper knowledge of the culture, history, architecture and of course, the cuisine of France.”
To see more than 50 learning adventures to France, visit www.roadscholar.org/france.
Learn Year-Round with Road Scholar in France
Discover French artistry from the Mediterranean to Paris.
Explore the art of Living in Provence, known for its beautiful natural scenery, Provencal cuisine, and its Roman Heritage.
Study abroad on a six-week Living and Learning experience in Paris.
Ring in the New Year at a Global Get-Together with other like-minded Francophiles.
Road Scholar is the nation’s largest educational travel organization for adults – a true university of the world. This not-for-profit educational organization offers 5,500 extraordinary learning adventures in 150 countries and 50 states. Dedicated to making educational travel available to everyone, Road Scholar offers financial aid for those who otherwise could not participate in its programs.