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Adventures Online: The Art & History of Paris

Join us live from the City of Light — from the comfort of your own home! Embark on an online adventure to explore famous museums and landmarks and enjoy Q&A sessions with our experts.
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Online Program

Adventures Online: The Art & History of Paris

Join us live from the City of Light — from the comfort of your own home! Embark on an online adventure to explore famous museums and landmarks and enjoy Q&A sessions with our experts.
Length
5 days
Starts at
0
Program No. 24171 RJ
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DATES & starting prices
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Nov 16 - Nov 20, 2020
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The schedule and topics vary by date. Please see the itinerary for details.

Dec 14 - Dec 18, 2020
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DATES & starting prices
PRICES
Nov 16 - Nov 20, 2020
Starting at
499
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The schedule and topics vary by date. Please see the itinerary for details.

Dec 14 - Dec 18, 2020
Starting at
499
Itinerary Note

The schedule and topics vary by date. Please see the itinerary for details.

At a Glance

Live like a Parisian from the comfort of your living room during an online learning experience that brings you into the heart of the city. Our local Parisian experts will share the very best of their city while leading explorations of world-class museums and landmarks. Take in sessions by historians and city experts on artistic masterpieces and Parisian history, while also enjoying opportunities for small-group discussions and Q&A sessions. Each day, you’ll “see” a new part of Paris and enjoy a chance to bond with your fellow Francophiles without ever leaving home. Join us for this cutting-edge learning adventure, live from the City of Light!

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Explore the collections of the Louvre, Rodin and Orsay museums - among many others - as you join your experts for a virtual exploration of each institution's most notable artworks.
  • “Go inside” Sainte Chapelle, discover the front of Notre Dame Cathedral and join in a discussion about efforts to restore this magnificent building.
  • Join your expert for a virtual walk through the Saint Germain area, La Sorbonne, Pont-Neuf, Place des Vosges, Montmartre and many others.

General Notes

Your online program will include 2-3 hours of daily instruction, discussion and/or field trips. Please review the daily itinerary for start and end times to ensure you won’t miss a minute of this live and in person experience. This live online experience is through Zoom, an easy-to-use web video service. All you need is an Internet connection and your computer. We’ll provide a how-to session to make sure you’ll have a hassle-free experience. This session is offered live only and will not be available on demand.
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Nettah Yoeli-Rimmer
Nettah Yoeli-Rimmer studied French and Spanish literature before going on to get a master’s in European culture at the University of Cambridge. He has traveled extensively and has many years of experience leading educational adventures in France, Spain and Italy. He has recently completed a PhD in 19th-century Spanish literature. In addition to his principal research, he regularly writes for a number of publications on urban history and architecture.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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Nettah Yoeli-Rimmer studied French and Spanish literature before going on to get a master’s in European culture at the University of Cambridge. He has traveled extensively and has many years of experience leading educational adventures in France, Spain and Italy. He has recently completed a PhD in 19th-century Spanish literature. In addition to his principal research, he regularly writes for a number of publications on urban history and architecture.
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