The Private Accessible 3 hour Paris Walking Tour takes you along the Left Bank of Paris, seeing some of the impressive sights that call Paris home. This accessible tour is perfect for disabled travelers who want to get an overview of what Paris has to offer while enjoying the fresh Paris air.
Your professional, friendly tour guide will meet you at a designated meeting point by the Luxemburg Gardens. Follow your guide as you begin your Paris accessible Walking Tour along the Left Bank, by one of the remaining natural islands along the Seine River and the center of Paris. Explore this area of Paris using a proven, step-free, wheelchair friendly route. You will get to see many of Paris’ treasures and have fantastic photo opportunities.
On this accessible Paris walking tour, you will learn years of Parisian history spanning the ages from medieval times all the way up to modern day Paris. As you make your way through the Latin Quarter, admire Sorbonne University, founded during the 12th century and has the designation of one of the first universities established in Europe and experience the iconic Pantheon.
After a fascinating stroll through the streets of Paris, you will end up at the famous Shakespeare and Company, the famed book dent where Hemingway, Scott Fitzgerlad and many others were born to Literature. As you make your way inside, you will experience the magic of the place that is covered with books from top to bottom, as well as hopeful writers of tomorrow. Learn about the history of the place as you admire the beautiful setting. Please note that the back and top parts of the store is not accessible for wheelchair users and will be avoided during the tour.
Your tour will end by the magnificent Notre Dame Cathedral. While you cannot go inside due to the recent re-construction, you will be able to admire the beautiful, historic landmark, capture some wonderful photos and learn about the intriguing past of this Medieval gem.
- Left Bank
- Notre Dame Cathedral (exterior)
- Shakespeare and Company
- Latin Quarter
- Seine River
- Sorbonne University
- Luxemburg Gardens
- Place de la Sorbonne