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Accessible France: Tourist services & information

Accessible France - Paris - Tour Eiffel
France: Accessible resorts near Mediterranean sea and Atlantic ocean

Accessible France tours information: France is the European nation that receives the largest number of foreign visitors (86 million tourists in France in 2018).

Paris:

The main destination is certainly Paris, the wonderful 19th century “Ville Lumiere”, home to some of the richest and most famous museums in the world (The Louvre, the Orsay Museum, …) and monuments that refer to its grandiose past as the capital of one of the most powerful kingdoms in Europe and then the cradle of the first of the revolutions that changed the face of the Old Continent between the end of the 1700s and the beginning of the 1900s.

Paris offers travelers an incredible variety of attractions: ancient palaces and museums, cathedrals and churches, the Eiffel Tower, vast parks, EuroDisney, … certainly a trip to Paris cannot be enough to say you know it.
For how many trips you make there will always be a monument, an exhibition, a corner that you have not yet visited.

The city is built almost entirely flat and is therefore very accessible, most of the attractions are accessible by wheelchair.

Public Transports:

Public transport, which for people without reduced mobility, is perfect, is not perfect for those who use a wheelchair: the vast and widespread underground network is not very accessible while they are the RER trains that cross it are more accessible (consult the website: www.parisbytrain.com), taxis are normal cars that are not accessible.
There are wheelchair accessible vans but must be booked in advance.

Bateaux Mouches:

The bateaux mouche on the Seine are in many cases accessible but these are tourist cruises which last approx. 1 hour without intermediate stops, not on transport lines, with stops such as the Venetian “vaporetti”.

Accommodations:

Many hotel accommodations have problems too: many disabled rooms are equipped with bathtubs with supports and handles instead of the much more accessible roll-in shower.
This problem, which arises from regulations on hotel characteristics, is present throughout France even if, in many cases, hotels have renovated some rooms making them more accessible.



France: Trains

The best way to visit France is by high-speed trains, the famous TGV which were the first fast trains in the world, contemporaries of the Japanese “Shinkansen”.
The High Speed ​​/ TGV railway network connects almost the whole country and connects especially Paris and the North with the South, Provence, the Cote d’Azur, Nice, Monte Carlo, St. Tropez and other beautiful places in Southern France.

Accessible France - Alsace - Colmar

Accessible France – Alsace – Colmar

If Paris is the most popular tourist destination, France offers many other attractions:

France: Other tourist areas

Accessible France tours information in all the France regions

Normandy

With Le Mont Saint Michel (Actually a very inaccessible destination but which is also beautiful from the outside) and with the Landing Beaches of 1945 which determined the end of World War II in Europe

Loire Valle

With its wonderful partly accessible castles and their gardens

Brittany

The main peninsula that stretches out into the Atlantic Ocean and is rich in beautiful natural landscapes, ancient villages and castles, popular traditions and delicious cuisine.

Wine regions

Champagne region and other wine regions such as Burgundy, Bordeaux area and the Alsace, a region on the border of Germany and disputed for centuries between the 2 nations, which offers beautiful cities such as Strasbourg, Colmar, Mulhouse as well as tasty regional cuisine and wines among the most famous in France

Southern France

In the South Lyon, the Alps, the Pyrenees, the Massif Central territory of ancient volcanoes, the French Riviera famous all over the world for its beaches and the main city Nice, Provence with the remains of the Roman period in Arles and other cities with a rich past such as Avignon, Marseille, Nimes, Montpellier, Carcassonne, … the great natural spaces of the Camargue, the vast area of ​​marshes at the mouth of the Rhone populated by herds of horses and bulls.

For those who love a more relaxed tourism in the South, multi-day excursions along the canals are possible in accessible house boats.

In France, all types of services are available from the accessible hotel to the rental of accessible vans without a driver or with driver, to organized group trips with chaperones and guides in French.

Tours and tourist services in France

Resorts accessible by wheelchair:
Near te Mediterranean sea
Near the Atlantic ocean

Escorted accessible tours 2021:
Dec 17th – 20th: Christmas market trip Strasbourg and Alsace (4 D / 3 N)
Short programs  rates click here or ask for day by day program at AccessiblEurope

Rentals: Accessible vans without driver, medical items, mobility equipments

Other tours and “tailor made” program on request.

For any information or clarification do not hesitate to contact us
AccessiblEurope Team

Destinations directory (Internal links):

1. Accessible Italy
2. Accessible France
3. Accessible Spain and accessible Portugal
4. Accessible UK and Accessible Ireland
5. Accessible Germany
6. Accessible Belgium, Accessible Netherlands and Accessible Denmark
7. Accessible Norway, Accessible Sweden, Accessible Finland and Accessible Iceland
8. Accessible Hungary, Accessible Czech Republic and Accessible Poland
9. Accessible Switzerland, Accessible Austria
10. Accessible Greece, Accessible Malta, Accessible Cyprus and Accessible Turkey
11. Other  Europe accessible countries

Accessible tourism websites:
1. AccessibleItaly.it (Accessible tours and stays in Italy)
2. AccessibleAsia.com (Accessible tours and stays in Asia)



About AccessiblEurope

AccessibleEurope is an Italy based organization that has been dealing with accessible tourism for over 25 years in Europe

AccessibleEurope is part of a network of websites addressed to accessible tourism:

AccessiblEurope.com for Europe
AccessibleItaly.it especially for Italy
AccessibleAsia.com for Asia

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