Romantic tour of the Musée Rodin
Before his death, the French sculptor Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) decided to donate his work and property to the French state. We can enjoy these valuable goods today in the museum dedicated to the artist.
Located in the VII district of Paris, the Rodin Museum will hold a special event for Valentine’s Day. The evening will take place from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Visitors will discover the stories of the heroes of The Gates of Hell, have a drink at the Love Bar, learn to write “I love you” in hieroglyphics at the “Dream of Egypt” exhibition, leave their contribution to a collective fresco, enjoy a duet made up of a cello and a clarinet, and much more.
The reception staff facilitate access for people with disabilities and offer maps of the place for those who need it. To consult any information about the accessibility of the museum, you can contact the email or the telephone number indicated on the website.
Paris seen from an iconic French car
Discover some of the most emblematic monuments of Paris from the seat of a 2CV Citroën. The driver guide will tell you and your companion all the secrets.
According to the Paris Authentic website, people with reduced mobility can carry out this activity without problems. The trunk of the vehicle has space for a folding wheelchair. However, we recommend that you contact them beforehand so that they can properly organize your tour.
Tour the gardens of Paris
The gardens of the French capital are a haven of peace and romance. There is no better plan than losing yourself in them with the person you love.
The Luxembourg Gardens, the Tuileries Garden, the Monceau Park and the Bercy Park are some of the places you can visit. They have accessible entrances and adapted bathrooms.
Dinner at the aquarium
The SEA LIFE Paris aquarium will partner with the hotel school Emilie du Chatelet (Serris) to offer a candlelight dinner.
The number of tables is limited, so we recommend you to book in advance.
The aquarium facilities are accessible to wheelchair users and have adapted restrooms.
Seine River Cruise
This is perhaps the most typical plan, but it does not lose its charm. Some companies offer dinners on board, so you can marvel at the illuminated monuments while savoring delicious French food.
The official website of the Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau indicates that the following cruise lines have adapted fleets: Bateaux-Mouches, Bateaux Parisiens, Batobus Paris and Vedettes de Paris.
Remember that on our website you can find a variety of adapted accommodations in Paris. Also, our free concierge service can help you plan all the details of your stay.
Tell us, what are your plans for the day?
Sources: Musée Rodin, Paris Authentic, SEA LIFE Paris y Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau