Accessible Tours of Milan
Accessible Tours of Milan
Accessible tours of Milan: the Italian city famous for shopping, Italian fashion and the last supper of Leonardo da Vinci, but not only...
Accessible tours of Milan, for wheelchairs users and disabled travelers, the biggest city of northern Italy, famous for the main Italian fashion house, known for the “Last Supper of Leonardo da Vinci”, the shopping district and the most important theater in Italy “Teatro dell’Opera”. Milan is the third-largest economy city in Europe.
Milan is a modern Italian city, very unusual for this old country, and for this reason it is the most accessible city in Italy. What makes Milan so special is the contrast among the wide variety of entertainment, it can offer from a touristic point of view to a more commercial experience. Milan served as capital of the Western Roman Empire from 286 to 402 and it became a Duchy during the medieval period and early modern age. Nowadays design, fashion, art exhibitions, concerts are all strengths of this area. The concentric layout of the city center reflects the “Navigli”, an old system of interconnected navigable canals, now mostly covered. While discovering the city center you might notice how the environment has been able to re-invent itself : you will be able to see modern buildings and skyscrapers next to historic areas. In fact, not everyone always remembers how much art can be found in Milan: from the stunning one of its own accessible Cathedral, the Gothic icon of the city, to the easily accessible “ Brera district “ and the numerous accessible churches and accessible museums along the way.
Other remarkable accessible stops that must be mentioned are: the accessible Brera Art Gallery, the accessible Sforza Castle, the accessible refectory of the convent of Santa Maria Delle Grazie, house of the iconic “Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci, the accessible Civic Gallery of the Modern Art, the accessible National Museum of Science and Technology, the accessible Civic Archaeological Museum, the accessible Civic Museum of the Risorgimento. All sites and museums mentioned are accessible to wheelchairs users, disabled visitors and inside many of them there are also itineraries and panels dedicated to blind visitors.
In Milan downtown area, the sidewalks have curbs and drivers usually don’t park where is not allowed. romeanditaly group provide vehicle equipped with platforms or ramps to carry wheelchairs. Linate Airport and Malpensa Airport are completely accessible to wheelchairs users and disabled travelers and have fully equipped toilets. A Reception and an Assistance Center for disabled passengers, called “Sala Amica“, is available at both airports.
Milano Centrale train station, the assistance for disabled is offered by Sala Blu.
The modern Milan is as charming as the old one. Its business district hosts Italy’s Stock Exchange and the headquarters of national and international banks and companies. We recommend a visit at “City Life” or next Gae Aulenti Square during the golden hour. The nearest Corso Como may introduce you to a traditional Milan food habit: the “apericena”. While taking a look at the stores along Via Montenapoleone and via Della Spiga you will definitely understand why the city has been recognized as one of the world’s fashion capitals.
Milan has its typical culinary culture, that’s why romeanditaly group organizes incredible accessible food tours, accessible wine and olive oil tasting, and accessible cooking classes where our chef will assist you to make authentic Italian dishes.
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/
From all Italian ports romeanditaly group organize for all cruise line passengers accessible day tour of the city. ( For more information about our accessible shore excursion from all Italian ports https://www.romeanditaly.com/accessible/accessible-shore-excursions/ )
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.
If you need accessible hotels and accessible accommodation https://www.romeanditaly.com/accessible/accessible-accommodation-in-italy/
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