Our cultural trips

of art and architecture in Europe

The Danish capital dances between tradition and modernity… 

Explore the redeveloped neighborhoods along the former industrial port: Islands Brygge, Havneholmen, and Kødbyen (Copenhagen’s Meatpacking District, which today is home to art galleries, restaurants, and high-tech companies…). Also discover, with an art historian as your guide, Copenhagen’s most important historical sites.

Over four days, discover Marseille’s recent transformation; its historical architecture, with an introduction to the city’s post-war reconstruction; Le Corbusier’s work; and its new contemporary image (Stéphano Boeri, Rudy Ricciotti, C+T Architecture...).

Explore Le Havre’s historic UNESCO World Heritage designated center, the vast post-war reconstruction project orchestrated by Auguste Perret, known as the master of reinforced concrete.

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All our stays are offered throughout the year, subject to availability of the experts.

Contact us for a tailor-made stay or for a personnalised estimate.

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