Wheelchair Accessible tour to Versailles hero

Highlights of this tour

  • Versailles

Accessibility information

  • Walking/rolling tour, including public transport.
  • Trains are accessible via a ramp, usually present on the track or next to it
  • The time to Versailles from station to station is about 35 minutes
  • Versailles castle is accessible by means of ramps and elevators.
  • The outer area can be a bit uneven.
  • The guide can push a manual chair if needed. Please inform us before your tour

What is included?

  • Private Tour
  • Tour duration: 8 hours
  • English-speaking guide
  • Tour adjustable to your wishes
  • Pick-up + drop off is at your accommodation in the center

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances, unless stated
  • Public transport tickets to be paid on the day
Gardens Versailles
Petit Trianon Versailles
Art in Versailles

About this wheelchair accessible tour to Versailles

Join us for a wheelchair accessible tour to Versailles. One of the most visited places in France. Together with your English-speaking guide, you will discover why that is. You will meet him at your accommodation in the center of the city, and from there, you head to Versailles by train in about 35 minutes. The train stations in Paris are accessible through ramps that are usually present on the tracks.

Please note that your guide can push a manual wheelchair if you wish. Inform us prior about your needs and requirements when booking your tour.

The Palace of Versailles

The Palace of Versailles is a must-see when you visit Paris. Sometimes incorrectly referred to as a palace, the castle is located about 15 to 20 kilometers from Paris. The castle was built in Versailles and dates from the early seventeenth century. The then French king Louis XIII had a hunting lodge built in red brick here. His son, Louis XIV, had the castle converted into an enormous castle, in several stages. The last occupant of the castle was Louis XVI. He lived here with his popularly hated wife, Marie Antoinette, until the people occupied the castle on October 6, 1789. This is when the royal family was forced to leave the castle. During the French Revolution, the castle’s inventory was auctioned.

As you can read, this majestic building has a vibrant history. Your guide can tell you all about this French culture’s pillar and more during your eight-hour tour. Stroll through the parks and gardens and get drawn back in time while taking in the beauty of Versailles. At the end of the day, your guide brings you back to your accommodation in the city of Paris.

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