Clare Painter is a Guest looking for a Host who shares her passion for music and can help her to practice her French. She also happens to think that GoCambio is the best initiative she’s seen on the internet, and we’d certainly agree! Find out more about what you can expect if you host Clare
The world’s premier cycling event, the Tour de France, visits some of the most iconic places and landmark locations in France. Like any good advert, the race shows off the best the country has to offer you. The annual bike race runs for three weeks finishing in Paris every year, but if you think watching
Did you learn French for years in high school but can’t speak a word of it to save your life? I know I’m not alone. Somehow I didn’t manage to take away very much more than “je m’appelle Clarissa” from spending four years sitting in a classroom being forced to conjugate verbs. Yet it’s not surprising.
10 June to 10 July. 51 matches. 24 teams. 10 stadiums across 10 French cities. This summer, Europe enjoys its biggest sporting event of the year. Celebrating the art of football, the UEFA European Championship 2016 is running its first 24 team tournament thanks to the new “Week of Football” concept, where games will be
The best travel songs are not necessarily about travel. They evoke certain emotions in us and accompany us as trusty companions along our journey. Sometimes, you’ll be sitting at a cafe in your home town and a song will come on that takes you back to a night spent beneath the stars in the Australian
Anaïs Chabaud is GoCambio’s France Country Manager. After growing up in Limoges, central France, she moved to the busy and beautiful Paris to study marketing, all before spending a wonderful year in the US as an au pair. Today, Anaïs lives in Ireland, but she has lots of new adventures planned! What made you decide to work for
Have you ever thought about drama as a way to learn a new language & culture? At GoCambio, we believe that learning a language should be varied and FUN! Many people tell us frustrating stories of their experiences learning a foreign language. Have you been learning French for 6 years but still don’t know your
A French phrase book can teach you how to order a croissant or find your way to ‘la gare’ (the train station) but it’s only by talking to locals that you’ll learn how people really express themselves. Prepare for your upcoming trip to France by hosting a French guest and practicing some of these phrases