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Accessible Tour highlights of Naples: discover the city of sun, Vesuvius volcano and pizza.

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  • Fun 90% 90%

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Accessible Tour highlights of Naples is an half day guided accessible tour designed for wheelchair user.

The famous German poet “Goethe” during his “grand tour of Italy”, after visit “Naples” said: “See Naples and then You can die” (“Vedi Napoli e poi muori”). Goethe with his words just wanted to remind to all humanity that before dying they should have seen Naples at least ones....

Naples is known all around the world as the Italian city where the “Pizza Margherita” was born, its beautiful chaos, 

“Romeanditaly group” provides the accessible tour of the highlights of this amazing city

Our accessible tour will start from the famous Plebiscito Square, the geographical center of “Naples” where all the most important public event of the city have done, square where the Naples’s citizen use to go every Sunday.

Just behind the square is located “the Uberto I Gallery” (Galleria Umberto I ) where your guide will bring you to visit, this is a commercial gallery built in Naples between 1887 and 1890. The Gallery is dedicated to Umberto I of Italy, as a tribute to the King and in memory of his generous presence during the cholera epidemic of 1884, which showed the need for a “Rehabilitation” of the city. The interior of the gallery consists of two orthogonally crossing streets, covered by an iron and glass structure. “The Umberto I gallery”, since its construction, immediately became a fundamental commercial center of the city of Naples, thanks also to the location that sees it surrounded by the main roads of Naples such as “via Toledo”, “via Santa Brigida” and the not far “via Medina”. Also, due to its proximity to important places of culture and politics, the Gallery soon became a social center of the city. Inside is possible to admire many ”shops” and “bar” where you can taste the real coffee “Neapolitan espresso

Include in Our accessible tour is “the Duomo of Naples” It is one of the most important and largest churches in the city, both from an artistic point of view, it is in fact the superimposition of several styles ranging from pure “Gothic” of the XIV century to the “neo-Gothic” XIX century, and from a cultural point of view , in fact hosting the rite of the dissolution of the blood of San Gennaro three times a year.

Another main attraction include in our accessible tour of the city is the “Veiled Christ” (Cristo Velato), exhibited in “the Cappella Sansevero” and considered one of the world’s most remarkable sculptures. The original commissioner of the sculpture is said to have taught the sculptor how to transform cloth into crystalline marble. Over the years many visitors to the Cappella, amazed by the magnificent sculpture, erroneously believed it to be the result of an alchemical “marblification” performed by the prince.

On request, with an extra cost, it is possible to have an accessible transfer with vehicle equipped with lift.

Private local guide available for the duration of the tour for wheelchair users to make it unique and unforgettable. Our accessible tour of Naples is suitable for wheelchair users.

Our tour guide will take care of your needs, making sure all the routes you will take, will be accessible with your wheelchair or mobility scooter.

Enjoy our Accessible highlight of Naples tour, without any worries!

Travel safe and avoid unpleasant surprises, choose our wheelchair accessible accommodation in Italy.

Highlights and what's included
  • Duration: Half Day
  • Places of interest: NAPLES
    • Plebiscito Square
    • Umberto I Gallery
    • The Chapel of S. Severo with the “Veiled Christ”
  • Exclusivity: All our tours are PRIVATE, not sharing with other guests
  • Languages: All languages available on request

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