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Tale of Two Cities

England and France

Your destinations: London, Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford, Bath, Stonehenge, Isle of Wight, Normandy, Rouen and Paris.

Enjoy the very best that England has to offer from London’s key attractions to the dreaming spires of Oxford, the awe-inspiring Stonehenge and an action-packed watersports experience at the home of the Admiral’s Cup. Top off your European adventure by hopping across the Channel to France. Pay your respects at the World War II beaches of Normandy before experiencing all that Paris has to offer, including a trip to the top of the iconic Eiffel Tower.


  • Round Trip International Airfare From Designated Departure Airport
    *Supplements may apply for USA Domestic Air to Designated Departure Airport.
  • Ground Arrangements
  • All Meals
Price: $6290 per person*

*Please Note: Supplements may apply

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Tale of Two Cities - June 24 2017 - Suitable for grades 8-12 (High School)
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Challenge yourself and experience personal growth as you:

  • Challenge yourself with outdoor watersport activities that build confidence and team building skills on a journey of self-development
  • Take part in a specially arranged People to People Medieval encampment and re- enactment at Warwick Castle where you will learn all the skills needed to become a knight
  • Push yourself as you enhance your cooking skills with a lesson led by a French Chef


Learn about different cultures and traditions as you:

  • Enjoy an exclusive People to People moment as you meet and talk to a former member of British Parliament
  • Learn more than any history book can teach you as you visit the World War II beaches of Normandy and pay your respects to the fallen in an American wreath laying ceremony
  • This is the only People to People program that includes an exclusive tour of Stonehenge, a World Heritage Site


Connect with local people as you:

  • See what makes Britain great with a visit to an iconic car building factory
  • Tour around the birthplace of English playwright, poet and actor William Shakespeare
  • Immerse yourself in local culture as you perfect both your British accent and French language skills on this Anglo-French adventure
  • Day 1

    Depart the U.S.
    Depart the US for your British and French adventure of a lifetime.
  • Day 2

    Arrive in London and cruise down the Thames
    Arrive in London and meet your dedicated program manager for the duration of your trip before enjoying a welcome orientation of London as you cruise around the city. Top off your day with a trip to the Tower of London.
  • Day 3

    The very best of British
    Spend the morning exploring London and taking in all the highlights including the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. For lunch dine on traditional fish and chips before experiencing a theater workshop. End your day soaring high above the city on the London Eye before exploring the Southbank like a local.
  • Day 4

    Meet a former Member of Parliament
    In an exclusive People to People moment, meet with a former Member of British Parliament and visit Exhibition Road, the heart of London’s museum quarter. Enjoy free time shopping before heading to London’s West End for a fantastic evening trip to the theater.
  • Day 5

    The BRIT School People to People moment
    Participate in another exclusive People to People moment as you spend the morning at The Performing Arts BRIT School where you’ll meet British students your age and experience workshops. This is a school with a difference—the alumni include some of Britain’s most famous artists such as Adele and Jessie J. Leave London and spend the afternoon at Warwick Castle where you will be greeted by a knight in shining armor! Your special People to People Medieval encampment will include lessons in sword fighting, archery and knight training as history comes to life. Your day will close by firing the largest catapult in the world!
  • Day 6 - 8

    Explore like a local
    Live the life of a European with your homestay family as you soak up that European culture and practice your British accent!
  • Day 9

    Visit a British car factory and Oxford
    Tour an iconic British car factory in the morning before spending the afternoon at the birthplace of Shakespeare and a tour of his old home. Spend the evening learning the rules and history of English cricket before getting active and competing against locals! Explore the university city of Oxford, famous across the world for providing educational excellence. Pretend to be a British student for the day as you punt on the river and enjoy a quintessential afternoon tea.
  • Day 10

    See the famous sights as you discover the city of Bath’s hidden gems including a tour inside the historic spa—a beautifully preserved Roman site once used for public bathing. Spend the afternoon taking selfies at the iconic prehistoric monuments at Stonehenge. This could be the ultimate photo opportunity of the summer!
  • Day 11 - 13

    Visit the home of the Admiral’s Cup
    Now is your time to get active as you experience the very best watersport activities with a 3-day adventure at UKSA on the Isle of Wight, home of the Admiral’s Cup. Whether you want to try a team raft building challenge, kayaking, windsurfing or team sailing you won’t be disappointed with the choice of sports available or the enthusiasm of our fully-qualified instructors.
  • Day 14

    Memorial de Caen and Normandy
    Historic moments coming to life as you walk through the timeline of World War II. Enhance your understanding of the causes and origins of war as you discover how you can contribute to achieving a peaceful future, this is the very heart of People to People. Participate in a moving American wreath laying ceremony as you pay your respects to the fallen.
  • Day 15

    Learn the lingo!
    Spend the morning enjoying a French lesson then experience the grandeur of The Chateau de Versailles, including a tour of the Hall of Mirrors, before spending the evening in the heart of Paris.
  • Day 16

    The best of France
    See the very best of Paris including the Champs Elysee, the Arc de Triomphe, Elysee Palace and Notre Dame Cathedral on a guided tour. End your day on a high with an evening trip up the Eiffel Tower.
  • Day 17

    Masterclass time
    Spend the morning refining your cookery skills with a masterclass from a French patisserie chef. Your afternoon will allow you time to explore the artistic quarter of Montmartre before your private People to People art class, this really will be something to boast about when home!
  • Day 18

    Depart for the U.S.
    Depart for home from your voyage of selfdiscovery with a wealth of memories.

Why This Itinerary?

  • Adventure : Challenge yourself and experience personal growth
  • Education : Learn about different cultures and traditions
  • Service : Connect with local people