Visited by 24.5 million people in 2018, Paris ranks as one of the world’s top tourist destinations. The city is one the the primary art and cultural centers on the European continent. The louvre Museum is the most visited art museum in the world, and is home to the Mona Lisa. Architectural marvels, including the Cathedral of Notre-Dame, the Sacre-Couer and the Eiffel Tower draw large numbers of tourists year-round, but especially in the summer months.
Art, architecture and culture are all elements of this world city, the largest in Europe. Cuisine is also an important component of what is often referred to as the continent’s city of romance.
This history buff will not be disappointed, with the city and nation’s past on full display in the museums and, particularly, at the Palace of Versailles. The history of the French Revolution and reigns of Louis XIV and Napoleon Bonaparte capture the attention of all.
Paris is filled with opportunities for wheelchair users to experience all that it has to offer. Most of the city’s popular attractions are wheelchair accessible to a large degree. Utilize this detailed accessible travel guide to plan your journey to one of the world’s most spectacular cities.