Accessible travel to France is certainly a dream come true! Romantic sunsets, rich history, gorgeous fashion, delicious food, and beautiful landscapes are just a few of the perks of this wonderful country. Wheel the World has prepared a special tour to help you get a taste of French culture and its multicultural spark.
Accessible travel in France is brought to you by Wheel the World! We have gathered a group of trained specialists who will help you along the way while discovering gorgeous Paris, a dream destination where there’s something for everyone. The most charming city on Earth is expecting you, and now it’s inclusive for everyone. Get ready to fall in love with this wonderful country.
Be sure to get appropriate health insurance that fits your travel and personal needs, carry your insurance information with you, and have funds available to cover any medical emergency. As a tourist, you can see a médecin généraliste(doctor or general practitioner). Expect to pay between €35 and €50 upfront, part or all of which your health insurance will then reimburse. Providing you can prove you have valid insurance (ie to reimburse the cost of health treatment), you don’t have to pay upfront to receive emergency treatment at a hospital.
Even though the country is safe, pickpocketing and mugging can still take place in popular tourist sites. Be aware of your surroundings and avoid carrying large amounts of money in crowded places such as downtown Paris. Always use authorized taxi services.
Summer is the high season in France for tourism so prices tend to be higher and tourist attractions more crowded. Winter is the high season for skiing resorts. Spring brings warm weather, flowers, and local produce. The vendange (grape harvest) is a great reason to visit in autumn.
France’s official language is French.
In France the power plugs and sockets are type E. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.