Probably not. While the Paris Catacombs are quite open and moderately well lit (and perfectly safe), you do spend 90 minutes inside a series of underground tunnels, with no easy way to exit mid-tour. The Catacombs therefore may not be suitable for anyone with particularly bad claustrophobia. If you think you are likely to experience panic in these situations we would recommend that you do not opt for this particular tour.
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