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The end of state of emergency in Italy is fixed for 31st of March. Entry into Italy now is allowed by all countries, also outside Europe.
Accessible slopes, qualified instructors, comfortable Accessible hotels, and accessible services included to accommodate people with disabilities.
The “via Emilia” crosses almost all of Emilia-Romagna, from Piacenza to Rimini and during the Christmas period becomes full of nativity scenes of all kinds
The most beautiful time of the year arrives in Rome, first time in Italy, from 4 December 2021 to 9 January 2022 the accessible “Christmas World”.
Golosaria festival from 6 to 8 November 2021 at accessible MiCo in Milan. An event that brings together Italian wine and food lovers.
Rome pays tribute to the Italian “Supreme Poet” with first accessible major exhibition dedicated to Dante’s Inferno in Rome
Did you know that the so popular Roman dish the “Carbonara” was born in 1944 thanks to the American soldiers? The history will leave you wordless!
If you are thinking to celebrate Halloween in Italy, a journey through the Catacombs of San Gennaro in Naples and the Catacombs of Saint Priscilla in Rome is a must. …Read More
For a truffle and Italy lover, the International accessible Alba White Truffle Festival from the 9th of October to the 5th of December!
VIAREGGIO’S CARNIVAL: Change the usually dates! This year 2021 from September 19th until October 9th
Viareggio’s Carnival: changes the dates of its famous Carnival due to the pandemic.
BLU GROTTO, the famous “grotto of Capri Island in Italy” is now Accessible also for wheelchair user and disabled travelers.
No more cruise ships passing in Canal Grande: San Marco and Canale della Giudecca are safe.
ITA: the new Italian airline. Alitalia giving way to ITA: refunds and tickets. Discover all information about the new Italian airline.
Travel to Italy: which are the rules against covid- 19 and documentations that you need to come to Italy
How the green pass works for European and extra-European tourists.
In Rome, there is a heart-shaped “sanpietrino”. Discover with our private accessible tour one of Rome’s hidden secrets: “er core de Nerone”
Now, in Rome is possible to have a walking on a large section of the Ancient city walls with our accessible tour and private local guide.
After an important restoration plan, the accessible Vestal’s House inside the Roman Forum in Rome is now reopen
In Italy at Herculaneum Naples the first walkway for disabled access on a free accessible beach. The Accessible sea for everybody.
The accessible porticoes of Bologna become the 58th site in the list of places considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO