Travelling around France with a disability

  • Concarneau's city centre (Brittany)

    Concarneau's city centre (Brittany)

    © Atout France/Michel Angot

  • Cité de la Musique (music museum) in Paris

    Cité de la Musique (music museum) in Paris

    © Maria Spera / CRT IdF

  • Musée du Quai Branly in Paris

    Musée du Quai Branly in Paris

    © Maria Spera / CRT IdF

Travelling around France with a disability 75 Paris fr

Even though establishments haven't always been accessible in France for those with disabilities, making tourist destinations accessible for all is now a definite priority for French cities, towns and regions.

Here are just a few examples of those who have put in place improvements to their facilities to better welcome those travelling with a handicap:

Château de Versailles

Walks for people with reduced mobility.

Auvergne

Accessible tourism in Auvergne.

Overseas

Overseas travel with a disability (to French territories)

Paris

The accessible capital.

Languedoc-Roussillon

New spaces for freedom in Languedoc-Roussillon.

Things to see

Point of interest