Change/swap places - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
To switch to the spot, role, or position that another person currently is in. I want to talk to the people at the other end of the table. Would you mind changing places? Many people say that they would gladly change places with a celebrity, but I doubt they would enjoy the constant attention.
change/swap ˈplaces (with somebody) (of two people, groups, etc.) exchange seats, positions, situations, etc: The Smiths can afford to go away a lot because they haven’t got a family to bring up. But I wouldn’t want to change places with them. ♢ Can you see the whiteboard where you are, or would you like to swap places?