About this wheelchair accessible walking tour through southern Paris
Join us on this fascinating tour through Southern Paris. Together with your English-speaking private guide, you will discover the main highlights, while he shares anecdotes and stories about the hidden gems of this magical city. Your guide will meet you at your accommodation in the city center, and together you visit the different parts of the French capital rolling/walking, or by means of wheelchair-accessible public transportation.
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 wishes and requirements.
Feel like a Parisian and mix with locals during this 6 hours tour of the southern part of the Seine, and discover the most important highlights. The main one obviously being the famous Eiffel Tower. The tower became a popular tourist attraction in the 60th. Did you know that before that decade, they were supposed to take the tower down? Nowadays, the Eiffel Tower is the symbol of Paris, and it cannot be ignored in the French city. A visit can be included to the middle of the Tower, by means of a lift.
During this tour, you also see Hotel des Invalides, which nowadays serves as a War Musem and where you can find Napoleon’s tomb. You pass by Musée D’Orsay and The Musée Du Louvre. Ask us about the option to include a cruise on the Seine, and see Île De La Cité and Île Saint-Louis. Two natural islands that are very distinguishable from the boat!
Your walking tour through southern Paris continues to St. Germain Boulevard and its surrounding shopping areas. If you would like some time to go shopping or try a local delicacy at one of the many lovely bars, now is the moment and this is the ideal area to find it. Snap your holiday pictures, or look for the perfect souvenir.
St. Sulpice Church
See the St. Sulpice Church, a Roman Catholic church, and the Luxembourg Gardens. The gardens cover a space of 25 hectares, and there is a variety of things to see, from an orchard full of forgotten apples to an area where you can learn everything about the art of beekeeping. Also, check out the Montparnasse Tower, where you can enjoy the best views of the city.
Your final stops on this walking tour through southern Paris are the La Sorbonne University and the grand boulevards. The University dates back from 1257 and has a stunning garden and high decorated ceilings. At the grand boulevards, you can stroll around to take in the beauty of the city. Do not forget to walk through the quaint side streets of these boulevards. If you wish, there will be time to have coffee or do some shopping.
After you explored this amazing part of the ‘City of Love’, your guide accompanies you back to your accommodation.