When I got ask for my favorite city I say Paris! I love France, the lifestyle, the language and the Parisien. Even Paris isn’t really accessible and have many cobblestones.
My to Do’s:
• Eiffel Tower – every evening, the Eiffel Tower is adorned with its golden covering and sparkles for 5 minutes every hour on the hour, while its beacon shines over Paris.
• L’Arc de Triomphe + Champs-Elysées
• Place de la Concorde + Musée du Louvre
• Sacre-Cœre de Montmatre (I was here when I didn’t use a wheelchair. I can’t say if the cable railway is wheelchairaccessible.)
We always used the bus in Paris. The most of the metro in Paris aren’t wheelchairaccessible. If you want to give the metro a chance. Here is a list of the status of elevators and escalators:
How did we got there?
Gare de Lyon to Gare de Manre la Vallée Chessy (both stations have a lift & Book you Service before firstname.lastname@example.org)
We just needed one ticket for the two of us. We picked a two-days-ticket for both parcs. Wheelchair user have a own row and don’t have to wait in line for an attraction.
The best were the parade and the firework. A day in Disneyland is worth it just for the firework and lightshow.
Our hotel was Dream Castle Hotel Marne La Vallee. I can recommend the wheelchairaccessible room and the breakfast. Our hotel had a shuttlebus that travels between the hotel and Disneyland.