Discover the French Riviera with Idiom
As group lessons take place in the morning, IDIOM offers afternoon activities and excursions, which you are free to participate in or not. Our social program is very varied and suitable for everyone: whatever your age, your areas of interest and your level of French, you will find what you are looking for!
Not only will you be able to explore the region, but also continue to practice your French outside of the classroom and meet other students. All of our activities are free and accompanied by a school teacher.
Make the most of your French course at Idiom to visit Nice and discover the French Riviera and French culture with us!
You can also combine your French course with a sporting (golf, tennis, fitness …) or cultural activity (creation of your own perfume at a famous perfumer in Grasse, cooking or wine lessons …). Idiom has established many partnerships, our team will be at your disposal to advise you and help you organize your free time in Nice.
Here some examples of our social programme
Nice and the Old Town
The Old Town of Nice is the historic centre as well as the heart of the town. Here you find the famous flower market, restaurants and outdoor cafés, typical shops and a multitude of religious buildings. During the day we will guide you through the narrow streets to introduce you to the rich history of this very special place.
Antibes, Cannes, Monaco, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat
Antibes, its old town with its provençal market, its sandy beaches and its Picasso museum… Cannes, its elegant shopping malls, the famous Croisette and the” îles de Lérins”… Saint Jean Cap Ferrat and its magnificent coastal path… Monaco, its harbor, its Casino and the Princely Palace… Discover the most emblematic cities of the French Riviera !
Tasting of local specialities
Socca, farçis, pissaladière, tourte de blettes… You all already know the famous “Salade niçoise”, but there are so many more local food specialities to taste! Come with us in a typical restaurant in the Old Town to discover the smells and the flavors of the local gastronomy.
This medieval village is a city of arts (many painters, sculptors, glass-blowers have installed their galleries and workshops here) and of perfume (Fragonard and Galimard have become established here and propose guided visits of their factories). Eze also boasts an exotic garden overhanging the Mediterranean with one of the most breathtaking views of the Côte d’Azur.