Accessible Paris: Where to find information online

While many travellers scan the web for information before setting out for the capital, online information is especially important for those in situations of disability so as to avoid arriving somewhere only to find it inaccessible.

Paris Tourist Office’s Tourisme Durable et Adapté department gives tourism professionals and the public information on accessibility. It also assists businesses in applying laws and being properly outfitted.

Coordinator Hervé Guillon is an urbanist who has worked with Ed­ouard Pastor at Handigo. Asked how Paris compares with other cities regarding accessibility, he says: “We could do better, but we’re catching up with cities such as Barcelona and London. We’re not the best adapted as yet but we’re doing ...

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