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In the heart of the French regions

Grand Est

La " petite France " Strasbourg

Crossed by the Ill river and its numerous canals, the Petite France district in Strasbourg is a haven of peace. The former poor district of the city, once hard-working and ill-famed, where patients with incurable diseases were housed, has now become the preferred place for lovers of good restaurants and unforgettable images. Half-timbered houses, covered bridges and medieval streets, prepare your Instagram feed!

Gustave Doré

Born in Strasbourg in 1832, Gustave Doré, a precocious illustrator and cartoonist, devoted his early years as an artist to sketching his era, sometimes with malice, always with accuracy. By juxtaposing texts and drawings, he announced the rise of the comic strip. Excellent director, he illustrates from 1961 the great texts of classical literature, from Rabelais to Balzac, from Dante to Charles Perrault. His engravings are now famous throughout the world.

Quiche lorraine

Without doubt the most appreciated culinary specialty of the French. Easy to prepare, inexpensive and tasty, it delights everyone, young and old, especially the little ones. Today, as in the past, it is a convivial dish that people like to share. In the past, it was cooked "on bread day" to take advantage of the residual heat of the oven. Today, it can be found everywhere, every day and for all tastes, with or without bacon, industrial or "homemade".

Flâneries musicales

Music lovers, come to Reims in July ! The great international names in classical music and jazz will meet in the "city of the sacred". Nearly 50 concerts, from the most intimate to the most spectacular, are scheduled before the huge final show given in the Champagne Park. More than 15,000 festival-goers settle in with blankets, candles and picnic baskets. As a farewell, a sumptuous fireworks display lights up the sky.

Textile Museum

Wanted by Colbert, the famous minister of Louis XIV, the royal factories shaped the economic landscape of 17th century France. A symbol of state interventionism, these factories foreshadowed the rise of French industry in the 19th century. At a time of new crises and (de)globalization, it is worthwhile to visit the textile museum of the Wesserling park, installed in the old factory. The large boiler room is worth a visit.

Where can you learn French in Grand Est ?

French language schools

Accredited public and private centers for teaching French as a foreign language in
Metz, Nancy and Strasbourg.

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Teacher’s home tuition

Personalized welcome at the teacher’s home. Tailor-made training program and organization of your stay.

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Cultural stays

Linguistic and cultural tourism. Art of living, culture, gastronomy, economic discovery, heritage, nature, sports.

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Le Petit Guide FLE
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