France Internship Program
Do you know that French cuisine is influenced by the many surrounding cultures of Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and Belgium? Also, its own food traditions have a mixture of long western coastlines of the Atlantic, the Channel, and of course, inland style. With the diversity on French cuisine, every region in France can have different styles, tastes, and cultures in it. Knowing this thing, it would be challenging to do a culinary internship in France. Below are some cities available for France internship.
Alps, a peaceful region in French highland. French Alps is a range of mountains that stand within France. In winter, you can go sports such as skiing and snowboarding as well as alternatives such as snowshoeing and sledding. Meanwhile, in Summer you can do hiking, mountaineering, biking, and rock climbing. Also, you have to try eating Crozets, a French pasta. Try Le Farçon too, an unusual cake with weird combinations like bacon and raisins.
Called Venice of the Alps, this city has rivers and canals that pass through its old town. In this town, you can visit Lake Annecy, Annecy's old town, Pont des Amours (Lover's Bridge), Palais de l’Île, historical churches. You can try food adventure such as visiting Fromagerie Pierre Gay, a French cheese crafter and have a lunch in L’Auberge du Père Bise, a restaurant with Lake Annecy view.
Come and enjoy Cruseilles! Cruseilles is a commune city located close to Annecy. Cruseilles is surrounded by mountains. There are villas to warm up from cold, playing outbound in Tactiq Aventures, or enjoying nature in Lac des Dronieres. For cheese lovers, Cruseilles is home for cheese dishes, such as Tartiflette, fondue, and Savoie cheese.
This is the city of Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in France. A compilation of nature and art makes Sallanches is worth visiting. In nature, there is a mountain railway that takes you to Mont Blanc and ski station, nature parks such as Le Parc Thermal, or lakes like Bas de Loisir des Ilettes. In the town, there are historical monuments, Castle Rubin, and a neoclassical town hall.
Another commune city in southeastern France, Montelimar is famous for its nougats. Nougat is a candy made from sugar or honey, roasted peanuts, whipped egg yolk, and sometimes chopped candied fruits. The famous nougat factory in Montelimar is the Arnaud Soubeyran Nougat Museum. There are also other museums like the Miniature museum and the European Aviation Museum. Montelimar also has historical places such as Château des Adhémar and Château de Rochemaure.
If you are not a mountain person and would prefer warmer weather, here are suitable cities for your culinary internship:
Anglet is a commune city in France. This city has a lot to offer. If you like the sea, you can visit such as Playa Anglet, Rocher de la Vierge, Phare de Biarritz, and many more. If you're a big fan of art, this city also offers museums, churches, castles, and gardens. Anglet is a gem that needs to be explored.
Located in French Riviera, Cannes is known for its festivals, such as movies, games, and music. This city has Mediterranean climates which makes it good for sunbathing. Its beaches have public, such as Plage du Midi, and private beaches like Carlton beach. There are also other things to do such as visiting vineyards, glassware, pottery, or murals.
Menton is located in southeast France. It is known for its garden and beaches. For art lovers, Menton has a theatre that shows the legends of French Riviera. The show is available in English and French. The most famous place in Menton is Serre de la Madone garden, which is displaying rare plants. Menton is also home to a famous movie dish, Ratatouille.
This place may sound familiar if you love wine. This is a place to find one of the most famous appellations of Burgundy wine in the world, Montrachet. In Puligny Montrachet, you can see Burgundian architectures and legacy in The Museum of the Hôtel-Dieu and the Hospices of Beaune. Another Burgundian exhibition in the Château de Pierre-de-Bresse. Don’t forget to try a unique dish from this town, Burgundy snails.
Pyla Sur Mer
Have you ever seen a desert near the beach? In a seaside resort on the Atlantic Coast, Pyla Sur Mer, you can visit Dune du Pilat, a beach with vast sand dunes. The beach is almost 10 Km long with other beaches joined. The sand dune used to be station in World War 1. You can also play water sports and other recreational play. A little distance from Dune du Pilat, there are a lot of restaurants in Arcachon. You can try Morrocan food in Al Mounia restaurant, eat near the beach in Café de la Plage, or have fine dining at Chez Yvette
Located in Central France, Veigne close to a river. Inhabited since Roman times, Veigné still presents some interesting ancient monuments. This town has been awarded many prizes, such as flowered bridges, the flowered villages of the Indre Valley, or the public Management. With green tourism and outdoor activities, Veigné attracts tourists with their environment and a large supply of entertainment of all kinds. People who like history and old buildings can find things in the center of the city such as Domaine de Cande.
Having a chance to do a culinary internship in France is a good opportunity as each city has its own uniqueness worth to explore. With Bright Internships, we can help you get more information about the culinary internship in France. Feel free to contact us and we will help you to start your journey to France.