Accessible Travel to Paris
Behind the monuments, art, and architecture in Paris, lies the fascinating history of Paris. Our 12 Paris accessible tours bring you to the most famous sights and some of the hidden gems that many tourists never get to see. Taking an accessible Paris driving tour allows you to see the various attractions spread out across the city. Accessible day trips to Versailles and Giverny are available. An accessible tour of the Paris Left Bank shows you the medieval quarter and the Bohemian cafés, and a wheelchair accessible Paris dinner cruise will be a memory you never forget!
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Wheelchair Accessible Transportation in ParisMany disabled visitors to Paris need wheelchair accessible vehicle transfers during their stay. Paris accessible taxi service is possible to bring you from the Charles de Gaulle airport (95 euro each way) or Gare du Nord train station (75 euro each way) to your hotel. Accessible transportation is also available to Versailles (100 euro each way) and Monet’s water lily gardens at Giverny. The vehicles have wheelchair ramps that are suitable for motorized wheelchair users. Contact us with your pick-up date, time, and location to book your Paris wheelchair van transfer.
Paris Wheelchair Accessible Van RentalWhile Paris has at least a week’s worth of top-notch accessible sightseeing, there are also several nearby regions that disabled travelers may want to visit. The D-Day beaches, the Bayeux tapestry, and Joan of Arc’s final resting place in Rouen can all be found in nearby accessible Normandy. Accessible travel to Versailles and a visit to Giverny are also high on many people’s to-do list. These Paris accessible rental vans make it easy to visit numerous cities throughout northern France. Costs are 270 euro per day or 1200 per week. Contact us to book your accessible van with a wheelchair lift to rent in Paris.
Home Health Care in ParisWhile visiting Paris, some people may need home health care or nursing care to help them bathe and get dressed in the morning. Sage Traveling can provide you with an English-speaking health care professional to meet you at your hotel and assist you during your stay.Contact us with your travel dates and health care needs so we can provide you with a quote for a caregiver in Paris.
Rental Wheelchairs in ParisMany disabled or elderly visitors to Paris prefer to rent a wheelchair in Paris instead of bringing their own from home. Rental manual wheelchairs cost 135 euro for up to a week. Paris mobility scooter rentals are also available for 175 euro per week. Both rental wheelchairs and rental mobility scooters can be delivered to your hotel for an additional fee. Disability hoists (also known as hoyer lifts) can also be rented for 150 euro per week. Contact us and your wheelchair, mobility scooter, or disability hoist will be waiting at your hotel when you arrive!
I do a lot of research before I travel....John Sage's travel guide was the most highly detailed and the most complete wheelchair travel guide ever produced. - Marc, manual wheelchair user from Austin, Texas
Rather than spending endless hours planning a barely accessible trip, disabled travelers to Paris can contact Sage Traveling and we’ll take care of everything! Your trip will not just be a disabled trip to Paris; it will be the perfect accessible Paris vacation. We have planned numerous accessible vacations in Paris and know what works and what doesn’t. Your time will be ideally spent filled with the best experiences and absent the stress that can occur. Our Paris accessible trip planning services make sure you have a worry-free, memorable vacation!
Ramona and I want to thank you for a wonderful traveling experience on our latest trip to Paris through your travel agency. We were met by the van driver at CDG airport without any difficulty and even received a short sightseeing tour of the Champs-Elysees on the way to the Hotel. The driver Farik spoke English well and was very personable.
The hotel you recommended was very centrally located and within convenient walking distance to the Louvre and Notre Dame. Our tour guide, Claudine, for both walking tours was knowledgeable and also spoke English very well.
The dinner cruise on the Seine River was very enjoyable and romantic. It was worth the cost and best to do after visiting all of the sights that you will see from the river.
Thank you again for making our trip a wonderful and manageable experience. Keep us informed of any new destinations. Henry and Ramona. - View more Sage Traveling client feedback