In a situation of disability

Offer adapted to visually impaired and blind visitors

Offer & prices

Free admission and guided tour for disabled visitors and their companions, on presentation of valid proof (Mobility and Inclusion card for French visitors), or organization certificate (groups).

Whether you come as a group or as an individual, you can visit the château, the lices and the basilica freely, at your own pace.

Book in advance for self-guided tours

If you book your tickets in advance, you'll have less of a wait. Free admission for children and young adults aged 26 and under.

Book a ticket

20 € (from 8 people) for a group of up to 20 people.

Unfortunately, the monument does not yet offer guided tours for the visually impaired.

Visitor aids

Booklets in Braille and large print, explaining the history of the town and its architecture, illustrated with plans and drawings in relief, are available free of charge at the château ticket office.

Good to know

  • Disabled visitors are strongly advised to be accompanied by an able-bodied person (the tour route is vast and uneven).
  • Guide dogs permitted.
  • Visually impaired visitors must be accompanied (no podotactile strips).
  • The ramparts are not recommended for people who are very tired.

Parking & access


Reserved parking spaces

For individual visitors with GIG or GIC badges or "carte européenne de stationnement" (European parking card), several reserved parking spaces are available in the paid Delteil parking lot (free from 7.30pm), opposite the entrance to the Cité.

Drop-off point

For individual visitors, a drop-off point (bus stop) is available in front of the Cité's main entrance.

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