Accessible Guided Tours in Milan
Milan accessible guided tours by Sage Traveling will take passengers through a beautiful Italian city, full of vitality and history. The energy is high and invigorating, as it has the largest population, second to Rome. Merchant streets are all around, where exclusive luxury goods are sold. In between shops are buzzing theaters, restaurants and entertainment venues. These establishments often double has landmarks, being centuries old and a part of Milan folklore.
The most visited attractions in the area include castles, churches and opera houses. Some locations are so notable and/or ancient, that they’ve been converted into museums. They serve as a memoir of the city’s past, being a part of the Western Roman Empire, the Lombardy–Venetia kingdom and the Duchy of Milan.
With our accessible Milan tours, you won’t have to worry about accessibility. Our tour routes are 100% wheelchair accessible, avoiding severe cobblestones and curbs. Our tour guides are experienced in touring with disabled visitors, using flat, smooth tour routes and ramps/elevators where needed.
Classic Milan Accessible Walking Tour
This Classic Milan Accessible Walking Tour takes you through some of the most famous and most beautiful Milan attractions that you can see in three hours. Customized for Sage Traveling clients, this tour will give you an in-depth look at one of the largest cathedrals in the world, the Duomo, which took over six centuries to complete! You will also get a look inside fascinating Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and the historic Sforza Castle.
Wheelchair Accessible Sforzesco Castle and San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore
On this Wheelchair Accessible Sforzesco Castle and San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore guided tour, you’ll be inviting yourself to see some of Italy’s most incredible attractions. Escorted by your knowledgeable tour guide, you will be using wheelchair friendly routes to experience the historic Sforzesco Castle and the breathtaking church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore.
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