Accessible Rome Tours

Rome, the eternal city, is the capital of Italy and the most visited city of the country: just think that in 2019 it had about 50 million of tourists!...

We have a wide choice of tours to satisfy every visitor. Discover our accessible tours in Rome dedicated to wheelchair user.

The most famous site of Rome is without a doubt the Colosseum! The site has an accessible entrance for wheelchair user. In fact, thanks to a ramp, you will not have any problem to go inside and visit the ancient amphitheater. Furthermore, the Colosseum has an elevator that allow you to visit the superior ring.
Our accessible tour of the Colosseum also includes the visit of the Roman Forum. You can visit it by using our wheely trekky special chair… Cobblestones, holes, stairs and unstable surfaces will not be a limit anymore!

One of the most important museums in Rome is the Vatican Museums. Thanks to our accessible tour of the Vatican Museums, you will discover one of the richest art collections in the world. This museum has an accessible entrance and an accessible path dedicated only for wheelchair user.
Our tour also includes the visit of the Sistine Chapel that you will reach by using a lift and of course the visit of St. Peter Basilica, with a stop at “pietà by Michelangelo”.

 

We will continue the visit of the eternal city by our accessible tour that has been designed to cover some of the most interesting sites of Rome: Trevi fountain, Pantheon, Navona Square and Spanish Square.

 

Moreover, you can participate to our apposite activities: in the shopping tour, a personal shopper will bring you to some of the most famous shops and ateliers. In addition, you can request an accessible transfer equipped with a lift. Finally, with the cooking classes, you will discover the rich gastronomic variety of Rome cuisine: ‘Carbonara’ (the most famous roman pasta with fresh eggs and bacon), “cacio e pepe” (pasta with cheese and pepper) and also amatriciana (pasta with tomatos and bacon)!

So don’t miss this chance and let’s go exploring the eternal city.