Accessible Guided Tours in Paris
Our accessible Paris tours provide disabled and senior visitors with memories and unique experiences to cherish long after they return from their vacation. Accessible boat cruises on the Seine River, wheelchair accessible Paris driving tours, and accessible historic Paris walking tours mean that there’s something for everyone!
All accessible Paris tours include the following:
– Step-free tour routes that have been proven to be wheelchair accessible
– Knowledgeable local tour guides providing expert commentary
– Visits to the most famous tourist attractions plus some hidden gems
– Fully accessible transportation (where necessary)
– Tour guides experienced in helping disabled tour participants
Accessible Paris Dinner Cruise on the Seine River
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The accessible Paris dinner cruise is the easiest way to create a vacation memory that you will have forever! You can spend a bunch of money going out to a forgettable Paris restaurant or you can dine on the Seine River gently floating by the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, the Louvre, and more. This tour gets rave reviews from our clients!
Accessible Paris Boat Tour on the Seine River
Many of Paris’ top tourist sights are located along the Seine River including Notre Dame, the Musée d’Orsay, Pont Neuf, Place de la Concorde, and the Eiffel Tower. This accessible Paris boat tour is an easy, comfortable, and unique way to see all of these sights and more!
Highlights of Paris Accessible Driving Tour
See all the Paris Highlights!
Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower, Pont Neuf, the Champs-Elysées, and more….disabled and senior visitors will see all the highlights on this Paris accessible tour! Transportation is via a private vehicle with a wheelchair ramp, and an English speaking driver provides commentary for each of the sights on this 2 hour driving tour.
Panoramic Paris Wheelchair Accessible Driving Tour
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This accessible driving tour in Paris visits many of the highlights plus a few less-visited gems. In addition to well-known places like Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Left Bank, you’ll also see some more difficult to reach sites like the Sacre Coeur church on top of the Montmartre Hill, the famous Moulin Rouge, and the Place de la Bastille (site of the French Revolution).
Essential Left Bank and Notre Dame Accessible Tour
This accessible tour of the Left bank and Notre Dame is a perfect way to experience the atmosphere, sites and history of the vibrant and fascinating Latin Quarter. The tour combines a 2 hour private walking tour with a 1 hour private guided tour inside the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral, with plenty of opportunities to take pictures, grab a snack and enjoy Paris firsthand.
Highlights of Paris Right Bank Accessible Tour
Wheelchair accessible routes connect memorable Paris highlights on this 2 hour accessible Right Bank walking tour. As you embark on this enjoyable stroll, you’ll get an historical overview of numerous important historical places and beautiful sights in the unique Right Bank area.
Escorted by your friendly, knowledgeable Paris guide, you’ll stroll along the Right Bank neighborhood and admire exterior views of several breathtaking significant historical buildings, including the famous Louvre Museum and the Opera House.
Wheelchair Accessible Guided Tour of the Louvre Museum
Twelve kilometers of exhibit halls and numerous hidden elevators make visiting the Louvre in a wheelchair challenging. This 2.5 hour accessible Louvre tour uses elevators and smartly-designed accessible tour routes to visit all the highlights of the Louvre. Expert commentary by your tour guide will make this visit an experience to remember!
Paris at Night Accessible Guided Tour
This Accessible Paris at Night Tour is a fun, intimate and fascinating alternative to a simple dinner-and-back to the hotel night. Escorted by your friendly private guide, you’ll enjoy a 2 hour stroll from the Louvre museum to the St. Germain neighborhood, while experiencing the city of lights the way you ought to – all lit up and without the crowds!
Accessible Parisian Food Tasting Experience
This Accessible Parisian Food Tasting Experience is the icing on the cake of your accessible Paris vacation! Explore the heart of good food, the so-called “belly of Paris” Montorgueil, and enjoy lively commentary and recommendations by your native Parisian guide as you eat your way through this wheelchair friendly guided Paris tour.
Secret Paris Accessible Guided Tour
Whether you’ve been to Paris before, or this is your first time, this accessible Secret Paris tour will be a memorable one! Beat the crowds and the rush, and go where no map will take you! Escorted by your native Parisian guide, you’ll uncover 1,001 hidden treasures right in the heart of Paris!
Accessible Paris Day Trips
Versailles Accessible Driving Tour from Paris
One of the most ornate and impressive palaces in Europe, the Chateau de Versailles is highlight for many people who visit Paris. And if the palace weren’t enough, the gardens behind it might even be more impressive! The Versailles accessible guided tour uses wheelchair accessible routes to visit the Versailles palace, the Grand Trianon, the Petit Trianon, the French gardens, and the Queen’s Hamlet.
Monet’s Giverny Accessible Guided Tour
Monet’s water lily gardens in Giverny are a pilgrimage destination for fans of impressionism. This accessible tour from Paris to Giverny uses private wheelchair accessible transportation to bring you from your hotel to Monet’s home and gardens. A guided tour by a Monet expert is included in this day trip from Paris.
Giverny & Versailles Wheelchair Accessible Tour
If you’re going to take a day trip from Paris, why not visit both Versailles and Giverny? Comfortable private wheelchair accessible transportation will bring you between the various sites on this Paris accessible driving tour. Guided tours and skip the line entrance tickets at both Versailles palace and the Giverny gardens are included.
“The tour went very well and according to plan. Our guide was very good and an amazing city driver. He flowed his car through the insane traffic at Arc de Triomphe without a scratch, steering masterfully and barely using the brakes! I would not have believed it possible! We saw all the sites on the list, with useful commentary by our guide. Our Boat tour was highly enjoyable as well! The staff knows how to make everyone happy, the food was very good and the scenery was quite interesting. Excellent value for money spent” – Claude Meares, Manual Wheelchair User.
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