Paris and France tour

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Experience the cuisine, culture and beauty of France 

14 days

Jun. 1 - 15, 2019

Experience the cuisine and culture of Paris, exploring the Champs-

Elysees, Notre Dame, and the Louvre, before journeying through Normandy and the Loire Valley, sampling local wines, cheeses, and history along the way.

Join Dignity Travel on this small group tour designed for people who use a wheelchair or have difficulties walking long distances. We will discover France while cruising on the river Seine, visiting the beaches of Normandy and exploring the chateaus in the Loire Valley.

Tour package

$12,607.20* per person (double-occupancy)

$17,710. 85* per person (single-occupancy)


Reservation deadline for this tour is Mar. 15, 2019

Space may be available after this deadline. All itineraries and prices are subject to change without notice and are based on estimated group size. A deposit of $8,000 per person is required to confirm your reservation. All major credit cards accepted for deposit. Final payment is due by Apr. 19, 2019.

Dignity Travel will assist you with your flight arrangements and optional trip insurance. 

Dignity Travel advantages for this tour

  • Discover France at its finest, experiencing the fashion, art and cuisine of Paris; the flavors of its culinary heritage; and the many splendors of the Loire Valley
  • Enjoy a Lido dinner show
  • Marvel at the architecture of Paris as you slowing cruise on the River Seine
  • Visit the famous Cathedral in Chartres
  • Wheelchair accessible tour and accommodations
  • Easy tour designed specifically for people who are slow walkers, cannot walk a long distance or use a wheelchair
  • Contrast vibrant cities with an unhurried immersion in the French countryside
  • Small group experience (limited to ten people) with fulltime group host to assist throughout tour
  • Deluxe wheelchair accessible hotel accommodations with daily breakfast
  • Lunches and dinners included (per itinerary)
  • Wine tasting at the famous vineyards of Rochecorbon
  • Tips for local guides and drivers included
  • Entrance fees to listed attractions included as per itinerary
  • Local English-speaking guides at all destinations
  • Be surrounded by culture as we discover the different regions of France - from the museums of Paris, the beaches of Normandy and the Serenity of the Loire Valley
  • Personal care attendants and/or nurse (based on group size or arranged on an individual basis)
  • Roommates for single travelers may be arranged
  • Security and social opportunities of group travel experience
  • Accessible private ground transportation throughout tour
  • Airport/hotel transfers

Itinerary at a glance

Jun. 01 - Depart North America

Jun. 02 - Arrive Paris and transfer to hotel

Jun. 03 - Guided tour of Paris including the Champs-Elysees

Jun. 04 - Cruise on the River Seine

Jun. 05 - Day tour to Chateau de Versailles

Jun. 06 - Explore the Grand Louvre Museum

Jun. 07 - Day tour to Normandy

Jun. 08 - Visit the Cathedral in Chartres

Jun. 09 - Excursion to Chambord

Jun. 10 - Visit the Castle of Six Ladies in Chenonceau

Jun. 11 - Discover the Renaissances castle in Ambriose

Jun. 12 - Explore the castle and old town of Blois

Jun. 13 - Day tour to Orleans

Jun. 14 - Visit the famous vineyards of Rochecorbon

Jun. 15 - Transfer to the airport for your flight home 

Tour highlights

Jun. 02 - Paris

Arrive in Paris, where, after clearing customs and immigration, we are transferred to your accessible hotel for time to relax from your transatlantic flight or spend leisure time in the beautiful city of lights. D

Jun. 03 - Paris

We begin our first full-day in Paris with a guided tour which includes the Champs-Elysees, the Arc de Triomphe - built in honor of Napoleon, the famous Place de la Concorde. Of course no visit to Paris in complete without touring the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Saint Michel Quarter. BLD

Jun. 04 - Paris

We will enjoy a cruise on the River Seine providing you with an opportunity  to  relax and enjoy the nicest ancient buildings of the city. The Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Notre Dame and the Statue of Liberty model - which was offered by France to the United States and can all be viewed along the banks of the river. After the cruise we will taste wine and cheese at Wine Museum. After the tasting, we will ascend the Eiffel Tower to discover the magnificent views of Paris, then visit the Butte Montmartre, a favorite meeting place of the artists, painters and poets. BLD

Jun. 05 - Paris

We will take a day tour outside of Paris to the Chateau de Versailles, known as the residence of Sun King, one of the most attractive royal palaces in all of France with its mirror gallery and beautiful gardens. In the evening we will delight in the Lido Dinner Show. BD

Jun. 06 - Paris

We will indulge in a full-day guided tour to the Grand Louvre entering through the famous glass pyramid. The massive collection encompasses more than 3 million works of art with its legendary Mona Lisa, various paintings and sculptures from the French school. BD

Jun. 07 - Paris

A day tour to Normandy will take us to the history museum at Arromanches harbor. There you will discover how the construction of the artificial harbor was a key to success after D. Day. After lunch we will visit the American Cemetery, Omaha beach and the village of Sainte-Mère l’Eglise.  BLD

Jun. 08 - Paris/Chartres/Loire Valley

We depart Paris for the Loire Valley today with a stop in Chartres to visit the Cathedral - famous for its stained glass.  BLD

Jun. 09 - Loire Valley

We will visit the famous Castle Chambord François 1er, the most fascinating castle of the Loire Valley. BLD

Jun. 10 - Loire Valley

Visit to Chenonceau ,the castle, dubbed "the Castle of six Ladies," with its Renaissance charm in its environment between Cher River and the forest with the magnificent French gardens. BLD

Jun. 11 - Loire Valley

Excursion to Amboise, which was the first Renaissance style castle of the Loire Valley, constructed in the 15th and 16th centuries. All the kings of France from Charles VII to François 1er, stayed in this Castle. We will also visit the Clos Lucé, castle offered by François to Leonard da Vinci. We will tour the invention museum of the visionary genius Leonardo da Vinci. BLD

Jun. 12 - Loire Valley

In the morning we will visit Blois, the castle and the old city. After lunch we will tour the Chaumont-sur Loire Castle, built from 1466 by Charles d’Amboise and his two sons. Its drawbridge and its massive tower give the impression of a fortress, amongst its beautiful gardens. BLD

Jun. 13 - Loire Valley

A day tour  to Orléans is the highlight for today as we follow the footsteps of Joan of Arc. BLD

Jun. 14 - Loire Valley/Rochecorbon/Paris

We depart the tranquil Loire Valley today and visit Rochecorbon, famous for its vineyards and cellar. We will enjoy a wine tasting opportunity of Pêcher Mignon and Blanc Foussy. After the wine tasting and lunch we will continue our journey back to Pars. BLD

Jun. 15 - Paris

Transfer to the Paris airport for your international flight home. B

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