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Accessible van Gogh experience in Florence

The church of Santo Stefano al Ponte in Florence turns into the “Cathedral of images”. This time, differently from other exhibitions, images will not be shown on big monitors and panels, but directly on the  walls of the former church, allowing people to look at the...

Valentine’s Day: top romantic destinations in Italy

  Valentine’s Day is around the corner! Do you have any ideas to celebrate the lovers’ day? What about visiting Italy? We would like to give you useful advice to spend a wonderful Valentine’s Day in Italy! Puglia – Food and Drink Puglia is the destination for couples who are...

Accessible tour of Pompeii

More than a year has passed since visiting Pompeii has become easier for disabled people, 3 new kilometers have been made accessible to everybody. The project was called “Pompeii for everyone” and it was aimed at disabled people who can now enjoy the beautiful roman...

Accessible exhibition: “The art of the brick”

The Art of the Brick, the innovative exhibition that uses Lego bricks as the only artistic means, arrives in Turin for a great contemporary art event unique in its kind. The exhibition made with Lego bricks has already been around the world, attracting over a million and a half...

Accessible aquarium of Genoa

The aquarium of Genoa is the largest in Italy, and one of the largest in Europe with its 33.000 square feet; it is member organization of the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA), and since its opening it has attracted over 25 million visitors, approximately 1,2...

Accessible tourism in Tuscany

  Tuscany has approved a law that imposes a series of obligations on all tourist facilities to meet the needs of accessible tourism. The norm was definitively voted last August and tourist activities only have time until March to adapt. The regulation 86/2016 of the Tuscany...

Accessible Salvador Dalì exhibition in Matera

From November 2019 in the city of Matera there is the possibility to admire the extraordinary works of Salvador Dalì. Salvador Dalí was born on May 11, 1904, in Figueres, Spain. From an early age Dalí was encouraged to practice his art, and he would eventually go on to study at...

Accessible Arabic-Normannic route in Palermo

A tour to discover the arab and norman beautiful monuments of Palermo, a city that was shaped by many cultures throughout the centuries. Not many people know this, but Sicily, with its seven UNESCO world heritage sites, is the italian region with the most awards; last but not...

Accessible Milan fashion week fringe

The London based Lone Design Club (LDC) are hosting our first ever international concept store at the Milan fashion week, uniting british and italian brands in a one week pop-up store. Located in the heart of Milan’s fashion and design district at Corso Garibaldi 46, LDC will...

Accessible Palazzo Pitti in Florence

Palazzo Pitti, located on the Boboli hill, is the biggest palace in Florence, and it bears witness of the power of those who chose it as their residence. Although it was used by three dinasties for around 400 years, the Medici; the Habsburg and the Savoy, the palace still has the...

Accessible Fair “Chocoliamo” in Naple

Naples is known for its gastronomic tradition, which is famous worldwide. This city is full of surprises and thanks to this accessible tour you will discover its history and its magnificent palaces. This fair has been designed in an entertainment village style, featuring...
Accessible Dolomites

Accessible Dolomites: a heritage for everyone

Accessible Dolomites: a heritage for everyone “The mountains are for everyone, not just climbers: for those seeking rest in silence, and for those who seek even greater rest in thei labours”. This is how Guido Rey, the Italian climber, described the mountains, and this is exactly...

Accessible Marcello Mastroianni exhibition in Rome

From 26/10/2018 to 17/0272019 the Ara Pacis will house an exhibition dedicated to great italian actor Marcello Mastroianni. “A life between brackets” that’s how Marcello Mastroianni (1924-1996) loved to describe his life; he lived between a movie and the other,...

Accessible exhibition: Testimoni di Testimoni: To remember and to narrate Auschwitz

From January 26th to March 31st Roma Capitale presents an exhibition to remember the horros of the holocaust. Following a journey to Auschwitz, the center of the Shoah, an event which has shocked the twentieth century, a group of students from roman high schools started to...

Accessible exhibition “DREAM: ART MEETS DREAMS”

A theme that becomes a journey, discovery, knowledge, emotion: the dream. Some of the great protagonists of contemporary art reveal themselves through intimate, visionary works. In a remarkable place: the Chiostro del Bramante in Rome. With eyes open or shut, by night or day,...