Unique Italian accessible destinations
Unique Italian accessible destinations
Discover unique Italian accessible destinations in addition to the most popular areas of Italy...
Unique Italian accessible destinations for wheelchair users and disabled travelers. Everyone knows, Italy is the homeland of good food, culture and history, Rome, Milan, Venice, Florence, Chianti, are known all over the world, but there are many other accessible destination in Italy, in addition to the most popular cities, romeanditaly group proposes other accessible tours in other unique destination to enrich your accessible holiday in Italy.
romeanditaly group proposes accessible tours in these unique and less know Italian destinations: Matera, Padua, Verona, Sardina island, Montecassino, Caserta and more others. If you don’t find in this page the Italian area that you want to visit, write us to email@example.com with your request and we customize for you our accessible itinerary.
Accessible tour of Matera, the city famous for the part of it being carved into ancient caves, which is referred to as “the sassi”. Matera is an open-air museum and the city was declared UNESCO site in 1993. If you are a movie lovers many films have been shot in Matera: “No time to die”, part of the James Bond’s official saga, “The passion of the Christ”, written and directed by Mel Gibson. You will be enchanted by its breathtaking rocky landscape and for its resemblance to Bethlehem.
Accessible tour of Padua, where you can find one of the unique masterpiece of Italian art, “the Scrovegni chapel” total frescoed by Giotto. The accessible tour includes “Piazza dei Signori”, “Bo Palace”, “Duomo Square”, “Padua Cathedral”, “Basilica of St Anthony of Padua” and “Santa Sofia Church”.
Accessible tour of Verona, the city of lovers “Romeo and Juliette”, you will be able to relive their love story through Juliette’s balcony. Included in our accessible tour the visit of “Arena”, “the Roman Amphitheater” and the highlight of the city.
For all sea lovers, you cannot miss the Sardinia island, with our accessible tour of Cagliari you will be able to visit the highlights of the city. With our accessible food tours you can experience fresh and natural flavors of the island, tasting in a typical accessible farm some Sardinia’s products. Like cheese, cold cuts and olive oil served with the best wines of the area. Finally, visit the typical ancient building of the island “the Nuraghi” dated around 1800 BC. From the port of Cagliari, romeanditaly group organize for all cruise line passengers accessible day tours. ( For more information about our accessible shore excursion from all Italian ports https://www.romeanditaly.com/accessible/accessible-shore-excursions/ )
Accessible food and wine tours in Italy, for wheelchairs users and disabled travelers. Spaghetti, pasta, pizza margherita, buffalo mozzarella cheese, Italian wine, extra virgin olive oil. You can find a large variety of Italian culinary tradition different for each area of Italy with different typical dishes. It is for this reason that visiting Italy also means appreciating and knowing the culinary tradition of the different Italian regions. Wherever you are from north to south you can discover perfumes, flavors and customs through our accessible food and wine tours. We do organize accessible cooking classes all around Italy, which usually are accompanied by a previous visit to a traditional market to purchase the products that will be used during the class. We offer accessible wine tasting in accessible farms, with the visit of accessible cellars, famous for the production of wine and extra virgin olive oil. ( For more information about our accessible food tours https://www.romeanditaly.com/accessible/accessible-food-and-wine-tours/)
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/
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.
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