Accessible city breaks to Paris

The ultra-cosmopolitan French capital city has a longstanding global reputation as a centre for art, culture, fashion, food, history and architecture.

Why Able2Go recommends Paris for accessible city breaks
Full of famous landmarks that cater for disabled visitors.
Take the Eurostar direct from London and in 2 hours 45 you can be in Paris with no need to ever leave the ground.
In 2001, the French Ministry of Tourism defined an official set of criteria for accessibility, giving an accessible label for qualifying attractions making it easier to decipher which attractions are accessible.
Able2Go ‘Must Dos’ in Paris
1)Eiffel Tower – whilst wheelchair users cannot travel to the top level there is still full access to level 1 and 2 (with a reduced rate for people with proof of disability).
2) Disney Land Paris – With fully accessible rides soak up the Disney magic and be sure to visit Disney Land Paris.
3) The Louvre – No Parisian holiday is complete without seeing the Mona Lisa and with a whole host of other art exhibits on display The Louvre has to be apart of any Paris itinerary.