DISABLED HOLIDAYS TO FRANCE We’ll make your holiday dreams come true
Is enchanting France on your holiday wish list?
Leave the hard work to the disability experts.
Whether you’re visiting for romance, shopping, the one-of-a-kind museums or simply the iconic landmarks, we can help you with all the ins and outs of discovering France as a disabled traveller. Based on your particular needs and wishes, we can design the trip of a lifetime to this all-time-favourite holiday destination.
A First Glimpse of Parisian Culture
The elegance and charm of La Ville d’Amour have been undeniable features of France for countless centuries in a row. The all important highlights have been designed to accommodate wheelchair users so getting around Paris is a breeze for everyone –there’s no excuse to miss out on a visit! Get a sense of the city’s layout with a step-free tour of the Left Bank, the Ile de la Cité (where the iconic Notre Dame can be admired), and the lively Latin Quarter, which is famous for its student life and winding streets full of bistros to explore.
Contact us and we will map the perfect route out for you.
Get to Great Heights on the Highlights
Once you’ve explored it from the ground… why not gaze upon Paris from a completely different perspective? Ascend the Eiffel Tower in a lift (situated in the north leg of the tower) up to the first landing, and even to the second – if your nerves allow it. Another fantastic view of the city can be beheld from the accessible Montparnasse Tower. The visitor centre on the 56th floor has a café with disabled toilets which are conveniently located inside the male and female toilets. Alternatively, the view of the Parisian skyline from the (in itself breathtaking) Sacre Coeur is classic and can be experienced with the help of the nearby disabled parking and funicular.
Does this appeal to your inner climber? Give us a call and we’ll help arrange a visit.
Must See the Museums?
Amongst the many accessible museums in the capital of France, the Louvre Museum is not to miss. Wheelchairs and pushchairs are available for hire as well as audio guides, but the main highlight of this venue as far as disabled-friendliness is concerned is the Tactile Gallery, where visitors – whether visually impaired or not – are invited and encouraged to touch the sculptures.
Culture-buffs who are getting excited are invited to call us to start planning their holiday.
Paris est Chic
Want to expand your wardrobe with some Parisian fashion? Visit the simply dazzling Galerie Lafayette, which provides easy elevator access to every floor for those in a wheelchair.
Let us organise your shopping trip in France from start to finish.
Disneyland for the Disabled
Want to pick up on some magic in unforgettable Disneyland Paris? This world-famous theme park is only a 40-minute drive away from Paris and very disabled friendly. Ask for a Disabled Pass (available upon presentation of your EU Blue Pass or doctor’s statement), request the staff to send the Disney characters your way and skip the queues when there are wheelchair users in your party.
Ask us about our recommended accommodation options in and around Disneyland Paris.
Coming to France for la cuisine? Try an exceptional and accessible dining cruise on the Seine where you can enjoy delightful dishes at an accessible table facing the river, while a live band plays classic French songs in the background. Alternatively, visit Place de la Madeleine, which is surrounded by fine food shops – most of them accessible – and a wine store with a lift and a restroom. Rue Montorgueil is a good option if you’re looking for excellent restaurants which are less up-scale but equally authentic.
Contact us to start planning your fun foodie feast.
Where To Stay
At Can be Done, we offer our clients only the best disabled-friendly hotel options. No matter where you wish to go, we can find the place that’s most enjoyable for you.
Just have a chat with one of our experts, who will provide bespoke advice on accommodation suitable for your restrictions.
The legendary explorer Archibald De Bacle welcomes you to his mansion filled with treasures, mysteries and adventures. Located along the Eastern end of Disneyland® Resort Paris, this hotel offers you and your value for money family friendly flexible accommodation.
The Novotel Paris Tour Eiffel overlooks the Seine, and is a stone’s throw from the Eiffel Tower. Whilst staying here you cannot miss the opportunity to try the Japanese “Benkay” restaurant or the international “L’Envie” restaurant, which will all go a long way to make for an unforgettable stay in the French capital.
The Vienna International Dream Castle Hotel in Marne la Vallée, Chessy is situated at the eastern end of the Disneyland® Resort Paris, one of the most popular tourist destinations among European families today.