Accessible Naples Tours

Unique city for colors, art, creativity and warmth, Naples is one of the mandatory destinations when visiting Italy. ...

Not only is it a city that hosts many attractions that deserve to be visited once in a lifetime such as the Galleria Umberto, the famous Plebiscito Square, the San Carlo Theater, considered the oldest theater in Europe, San Gregorio Armeno which is the famous street of the artisans well known throughout the world for its numerous art workshops; Maschio Angioino, an historic Medieval and Renaissance Castle, one of the symbols of the city of Naples. Furthermore, Naples is the main starting point for visiting the famous buried cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum with their excavations, in particular the main information is that Pompeii, even being and archeolgical site, thanks to some restoration works made few years ago, is now accessible for wheelchair users almost everywhere through metal ramps and wooden walkways. After a cultural visit and especially if you’re visiting Naples during the summer time, you can’t miss an amazing panoramic drive and a stop on the Amalfi Coast; so sitted down on your accessible private van, you’ ll just to relax and enjoy your day, admiring and visiting the worldwide known city of Sorrento, the city of limoncello, Amalfi and Positano. One more obligatory stop will be Capri, which can be reached through the accessible motorboats (booking in advance) and once there by using the funicular, then once in Capri you can visit the port and capri city center where you can simply sit down in a characteristic kiosk to taste an ice cream or granitas, or visit the the square, ancient Greek walls, the medieval door, st. Anna area, the luxury shopping street and the workshop street. Finally, for the bravest, why not end the visit of the area with a nice excursion on one of the most famous volcanoes in Italy, Vesuvius? Access to Vesuvius Park is also accessible to the disabled, it will certainly be a little more tiring for the companion but it will be worth it!