Parisian airports are offering free dance lessons in their terminals this summer to help passengers get into the holiday spirit, the company that runs the airports said on Thursday.
"So if you're flying to Cuba you can learn salsa and if you're flying to New York you can learn hip hop," a spokesman for Aeroports de Paris, or ADP, said.
The lessons last 15 minutes, and passengers hear music and instructions from teachers through headphones. ADP said 4,000 people had already enjoyed free classes since the program started in late June.
Classes take place all day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on busy summer weekends and an ADP statement said Oriental dance, mambo, modern jazz, rock'n'roll and tango were among the styles on offer in addition to salsa and hip hop.
The spokesman said Latin dances were proving the most popular so far