Accessible Tour in Florence – Highlights of the city
A tour for wheelchair users, which will lead you to the discovery of the Renaissance city par excellence. You will visit the inside of the Cathedral, its magnificent bell tower, which was originally designed by Giotto, the famous Brunelleschi’s Dome and the Baptistery.
After that, you will proceed towards “Ponte Vecchio”, which is full of goldsmith’s shops and jewelry. Afterwards, you will discover the history of Palazzo Vecchio, which nowadays is the seat of political power, and Piazza della Signoria, located in the heart of Florence and built on top of the ruins of 13th Century houses. This accessible tour will guide you through old streets and medieval quarters.
The last must-see thing you will visit during this tour for wheelchair users is the marvelous Piazza Santa Croce. This accessible tour for wheelchair users will finally end inside the Santa Croce Basilica, the largest Franciscan church in Florence. It is one of the most beautiful Churches in the city; its beautiful interior decorations are enriched with graves, belonging to famous figures that characterized the Italian Renaissance, such as Michelangelo and Galileo, just to name a few.
On request, with an extra cost, it is possible to have an accessible transfer with vehicle equipped with lift.
Private touristic guide available to make you experience unique and unforgettable.
ACCESSIBLE TOURSACCESSIBLE TRASPORTATIONWHEELCHAIR FOR ARCHEOLOGICAL SITESRENTAL EQUIPMENT HOTEL ACCESSIBILITY LEVELACCCESSIBLE HOTEL
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