My interactions with Rome and Italy Tours were first rate. In my opinion the biggest advantage of undertaking the organised tours in Rome was that you could achieve in one morning what would take one week of excursions if you had organised it yourself. This is not only because of the language barrier for non-Italian speakers but because Rome and Italy Tours, and Stefano in particular, have a sound understanding of access and disability related issues of organising tours in Rome. Whether it was the advantage of bypassing the incredibly long queues during the tourist season or knowing exactly where all the access points were along the way, the experience was effective, efficient and appropriate for my level of disability. More importantly, Stefano and the team at Rome and Italy Tours provided that level of interpretation that transform a sightseeing experience to one of a cultural tourism experience. Invaluable! On another note, organising wheelchair accessible transport in Italy has a number of significant issues for power wheelchair users. As such, Rome and Italy Tours were able to put me in contact with transport providers in each region I need to travel to or I wished to explore including going across the Italian border into Switzerland. The major consideration with the transport experience is the language barrier if you are not proficient in Italian where the cost of an interpreter may be worthwhile for some travellers. We did not need this as we had local friends who came along on our experiences. In summary, the combination of my work and leisure travel to Italy would not have been anywhere near as successful without the assistance of the team at Rome and Italy Tours.
The service provided from your staff at the hotel was excellent, thank you so much for your help!