Accessible Tours of Bologna
Accessible tours of Bologna: Bologna is the capital of food and motor valley of Italy: Ferrari, Lamborghini, Parma ham, Parmigiano Reggiano, Bolognese sauce and tortellini...
Accessible tours of Bologna for wheelchair users and disabled travelers. The city of Bologna is famous not only for being the capital of food and motor valley of Italy, but also for its cultural and artistic heritage and the architectural one, with myriad of fortified towers and around 40 km of the spectacular Portici (cover walking).
romeandItaly group provides accessible tours of the historical Bologna city center, the well-preserved medieval city in Italy. The arcaded streets (Portici) of the historical center still preserved a medieval aspect characterized by the leaning Asinelli and Garisenda towers, both built in 1109/19. Many medieval palaces are in this area of the city. Comfortable ramps of access allow the entrance at “the Basilica of san Petronio”, the Cathedral of Bologna, and at “the Palazzo dell’Archiginnasio”, site of the most antique University of the occidental world. Right now, it is one of the biggest Italian Municipal libraries.
Bologna has joined an European project with the aim of making the city accessible for everyone who has got mobility difficulties or sensory problems like deaf or blind people. Many areas of the city have been defined as usable with paths studied in order to take in consideration the architectural barriers.
Bologna is one of the most famous area of Italy for food, Bolognese sauce (the notorious ragu’) with tagliatelle (and not spaghetti), lasagna, sounds like a music in the ears of the food lovers. romeanditaly group provides accessible food tours, accessible cooking classes, accessible wine tasting and accessible olive oil tasting. All these accessible activities give you the chance to taste the typical Bologna’s food and wine. Don’t forget to try a sweet ice-cream and to visit the Gelato Carpigiani museum, headquarter of the machines that are protagonists of the success of home-made gelato shops, and, at the same time, “University of Gelato”, with visitors from all over the world.
Bologna is the main starting point to visit many famous touristic and gastronomic attraction of Emilia Romagna area. RomeandItaly group provide accessible tours of Ravenna, with the early Christian monuments and the spectacular Byzantine mosaics, Ravenna is an UNESCO site from 1996. “The Basilica of San Vitale” and “the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia” is accessible by alternative routes for people with disabilities.
Accessible tours of Ferrara: the completion of the historic Renaissance center of Ferrara marked the birth of modern town planning. It is a real jewel to explore, the accessible “Estense Castle”, the accessible “Cathedral Museum”, which is part of the system of the Civic Museums of Ancient Art, consisting mainly of works originally exhibited in the Cathedral.
Accessible tours of Modena: with the highlights of the city.
Modena is the area of Balsamic Vinegar DOP. romeandItaly group provides accessible tours in an accessible cellar where you can see the processes through which Balsamic Vinegar DOP is made.
To understand why Parmigiano-Reggiano has been considered the King of Cheeses for 9 centuries don’t miss the accessible tour in the accessible farm where Parmigiano Reggiano is made.
Accessible tours of Parma ham tasting experience: an accessible farm where you can see the production of the most famous ham in the world.
Land of Motors is not just a catchphrase but a wonderful adventure to discover the factories and museums, accessible Museum of Ferrari (Maranello), accessible Museum of Lamborghini (Sant’ Agata Bolognese), accessible Museum of Maserati (Modena), accessible Museum of Ducati (Bologna).
Thanks to our special wheelchair, romeanditaly group made accessible all sites all around Italy, where usually are inaccessible for normal wheelchair. This special wheelchair is available exclusively with romeanditaly group. For more information about our special wheelchair https://www.romeanditaly.com/accessible/special-wheelchair/
During our accessible tours, in case a stop is necessary during the visit, accessible toilets for disabled will be indicated by our tour guide.
In order to provide you the accessible tour that best suits your needs, please fill up our disability questionnaire, to permit us having all information about your disability, necessary for us to help you in the best way possible. You can find the disability questionnaire here.
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romeanditaly group provides accessible services in Italy dedicated to persons with disabilities, wheelchair users or with any walking problem.
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