All-Inclusive Study Abroad Programs in Rural France

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Beyond cities, into Authenticity

Local connections combined with our understanding of what universities and professors expect, make traveling with Allez Abroad a turn-key option. Our all- inclusive study abroad program in rural France include airfare, airport transfers, meals and more…

All-inclusive Study Abroad Programs in Rural France
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All-inclusive Study Abroad Programs in Rural France

Don’t get hung up trying to plan the details of your study abroad itinerary. We will provide you with a customized itinerary from airport pickups and transportation, meals, to flights and hotel check-in we’ll be by your side each step of the way. Have more questions? You can send us a message below or even check out reviews from our past travelers below!

Explore the Rich Culture and Diversity of Rural France

From the 14th century farm house accommodations, to the team building exercise of rock climbing, to having the first hand experience of exploring medieval chapels, chateaus and villages, rural France’s chances for exploration are diverse and abundant. Allez Abroad’s all- inclusive study abroad programs in rural France help study abroad departments diversify their offering at the snap of a finger! Ready to get started?

Study Abroad Programs in rural France

What Our Travelers Have to Say about Allez Abroad

We found that our most favorite memory was driving along the seashore at Cancale, stopping and picking fresh blackberries as large as your thumb and sweet, then down to the shore and eating oysters out by the water on a stone wall.  A thing of pure beauty, most recommended.   In the country you need a good guide, not many spoke English.  Patrick was perfect in assisting us with all necessary conversation and taught us a few French words.   

Debbie and Jeff, Tallahassee, FL

Listen To Our Podcast Updates

Is it safe to Travel to France? Aly in France

Looking to travel to France this year but unsure if it's safe? In this episode, we explore the current situation in France and provide insights on whether or not it's safe to travel there right now. I talk about my husband's travel experience in Paris, last week, March 20-23, 2023, and his experience with the trains and around Paris. A little bit of backstory about why the strikes are happening and the prediction for the summer season! Tune in to this episode to discover the latest information on traveling to France during these uncertain times. Whether you're planning a family vacation, a romantic getaway, or a solo adventure, we've got you covered with all the information you need to stay safe and enjoy your trip to France. Contact me today to schedule your one-on-one travel consultation to France and let's start planning your dream trip! As promised in the episode I'm linking my Instagram handle for daily updates from France here:
  1. Is it safe to Travel to France?
  2. How to make friends in France and other meanderings
  3. Why I stopped the podcast and traumatic housing experience!
  4. Ines, French Coach for Expat Women
  5. Travel Edition: Saint Nectaire, France