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Our private wheelchair-accessible tours in Nice are suitable for wheelchair users, scooter users, and slow walkers. All our accessible tours are flexible and can be adapted to your interests and needs. It is a perfect way to spend your time once disembarking your cruise ship.

From the port of Monaco or Cannes, you have the option to do a private wheelchair accessible tour, guided by an officially licensed guide. He brings you to the most beautiful places in and around Nice. During these tours, you enjoy, among other things, gorgeous views of the city from the old town of Nice and visit the impressive casino building in Monaco.


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Discover beautiful Wheelchair Accessible Monaco and Nice – Approx. 8 hours

On this accessible tour, you explore the highlights of Monaco. From the cruise port, you go to Nice where you are treated on spectacular views and see the main highlights. Furthermore, you go to Monaco while passing typical French villages towards the impressive casino building of Monaca and more

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Wheelchair Accessible Cannes, Antibes, and Nice – Approx. 8 hours

On this accessible tour, you explore the highlights of Nice, Cannes, and Antibes. From the cruise port, your stop on this tour is Cannes, where you see the famous Palais du festival with its 22 steps of fame and the red carpet. Furthermore, you get to see the beautiful boulevard La Croissette, the medieval town Antibes, and the stunning town of Nice.

Tours to Nice

Our tours to Nice are private and performed by our experienced officially licensed English-speaking guide. He will tell you about this area in France, which is very famous as a holiday destination for the rich and famous. Locations you will visit are Cannes, Monaco, and Nice itself. Since our tours are private, and the itineraries are flexible, you can adjust the tours and duration to your liking. Stop by several highlights to enjoy the views and snap some holiday photos.

About Nice

Nice is a big city on the Côte d´Azur. With more than three hundred thousand inhabitants, it is the second city of this region on the French Riviera after Marseille. Due to its central location, Nice is often considered the heart of the Côte d´Azur. That feeling is heightened by the fact that the majority of people traveling to this famous holiday region by plane land at Nice International Airport, which is only seven kilometers west of the city. For quite a few tourists staying in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d´Azur region, Nice is a popular day-trip destination.