France is a country for artists, romantics, and foodies. Of course, it has incredible wine, cheese, croissants and baguettes! But it’s so much more than that because of the way so many cultures meet: in France you can enjoy music and food from all over the world.
Besides all the other great cities and small towns, if you come to study in France, consider studying in Paris. It’s possibly the most beautiful city in the world. Studying here is a privilege - make the most of it! Or maybe even Lille, named the coolest city in France thanks to its young population of over 100,00 students!
The river, the museums, the cuisine, the Eiffel Tower - studying in Paris is an unforgettable adventure. Not to mention all the croissants, baguettes and pains au chocolat you can have to cure your hangover after a French wine-fuelled night out along the Seine.
In Paris, students get a chance to enrich themselves culturally like nowhere else in the world. Every first Sunday of the month, most state-run museums are free for students. However, you’ll have to practice your French while you’re here, as the Parisians much prefer you to address them in their native language.
You can be sure of one thing: after your semester in Paris, you will have fallen in love with the city of love!
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Located close to the Spanish border, in the Occitanie region, Toulouse is a dreamy city brimming with terracotta brick buildings overlooking the River Garonne. With its postcard-worthy landscape, the french city –nicknamed La Ville Rose–, is home to a myriad of historic treasures which are worth visiting, such as the Basilica of St. Sernin, the Capitole de Toulouse and the and the Canal du Midi.
The city is fairly compact, which make daily strolls a lot more pleasant. It also has 550 km of cycling trails and their own free bicycle rental scheme, the VélôToulouse.
Each area of Toulouse has its own personality, and this is what it makes this city so unique.
Vieux Toulouse, also known as “Old Town”, and is placed in the heart of the city. Saint-Cyprien is a residential area, less touristic and very sought-after by locals. The Carmes, located west of the Garonne river, is a trendy historic district.
It doesn’t matter in which neighbourhood you decide to live in, Uniplaces makes finding a home in Toulouse quicker and easier. You can book a place to live in La Ville Rose, with no bureaucracies and 100% online from anywhere in the world.