Wheelchair Accessible Walking tour North of the Seine in Paris hero

Highlights of this tour

  • All outside visits, inside visits can be included:
  • Sacré Coeur
  • Le Louvre (courtyard and grounds, or inside visit if you like)
  • Tuileries Garden
  • Paris City Hall
  • Notre Dame
  • Champs Elysées
  • Arche du Triomphe
  • Pompidou Center
  • Ile-St. Louis
  • Le Marais District
  • Place des Vosges
  • Victor Hugo apartment

Accessibility information

  • Walking/rolling tour, or moving between the sights by public transport
  • Victor Hugo apartment is accessible
  • Trains are accessible via a ramp, usually present on the track or next to it.
  • Paris center can be cobblestoned
  • The guide can push a manual chair if needed. Please inform us prior to your tour

What is included?

  • Private Tour
  • Tour duration: 6 hours
  • English-speaking guide
  • Tour adjustable to your wishes
  • Pick-up + drop off at your accommodation in the center

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances, unless stated
  • Public transport tickets
  • Optional: inside visits
Notre Dame Paris
Arche du Triomphe Paris
Pompidou Center Paris

About this wheelchair accessible Walking tour North of the Seine in Paris

Join us on an unforgettable tour through the most fabulous places north of the Seine. Your English-speaking guide will meet you at your city center accommodation, and with him you will get the most out of this fascinating city. He will show you the different sides of Paris through touching stories, funny anecdotes, and personal experiences. This can be a fully walking/rolling tour. Alternatively, transportation can be done by means of public transport.

Please note that Paris’ streets are notorious for their cobblestones. Your guide can push a manual wheelchair if you wish. Inform us prior about your needs and requirements when booking your tour.

Sacré Coeur

Your tour stays on the north side of the Seine, to Sacré Coeur, where you will discover the famous sights as the Louvre, Tuileries Garden, Paris City Hall, and Notre Dame. If you want, you can enjoy an inside visit of the Louvre and admire the Mona Lisa. The Notre Dame, the world’s most famous cathedral, caught on fire in 2019. To this day, scientists and restorers are still reconstructing this archeological masterpiece. Therefore the cathedral itself is currently not accessible, however the square in front is.

The Champs Elysées

Your wheelchair accessible walking tour through the north of the Seine in Paris continues to the Champs Elysées. The wide shopping street with all the famous brands you can think of. Stroll around and shop for some souvenirs or enjoy a delicious home-made macaron at Laduree. At the end of the Champs Elysées, you see the Arche du Triomphe. One of the busiest traffic squares in Paris, where twelve avenues meet.

Pompidou center

Other stops during this walking tour are Pompidou center, with its impressive museum. You also view Ile-St. Louis, which are the two natural islands that belong to Paris. From the streets, you will not notice them so quickly. Your private guide knows everything about these pretty islands and will show you in the right direction. Moreover, you discover Le Marais District and Place des Vosges, including the accessible Victor Hugo apartment.

At the end of your tour, your guide brings you back to your accommodation in the city.

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