Would love some input on this query. My 80 year old grandmother and I are looking to travelling to Europe (from Australia) as what will be probably her final big overseas holiday. We are looking to travel to Munich, Vienna, Budapest, Prague and Paris.
My question is how easy is it to access sites in Paris by taxi and on foot?
We are happy to take taxis if need be. Though she walks with a cane, my grandmother is able to walk for 30-35 minutes at a time non-stop at a moderate pace. She can walk up about 10 stairs at a time, but isn't 100% confident with stairs. Walking up ramps and walking uphill (though not drastically steep) aren't a problem.
I will aim to book a hotel with a lift, but my main concern is her being able to go through museums and galleries where there may be a lot of stairs to climb. Do any museums have lifts or will stairs be the only option?
Any input on whether Paris is a good or bad idea given the circumstances would be great.