Accessible Food Tour in Siena
The Accessible Food Tour in Siena Italy uses wheelchair accessible routes to visit 5 Siena restaurants for a 5 course meal. Yum!
During the tour, your guide will lead you along wheelchair accessible routes to travel between each of the restaurants. You will encounter some cobblestones but no steps and none of the steep Siena hills.
All five restaurants have step-free entrances and accessible bathrooms.
Each of the restaurants is a non-touristy establishment serving authentic Tuscan cuisine. House wine and water are provided at each restaurant. During this accessible Siena tour, you will have 5 courses:
- Antipasti (coldcuts, marinate vegetables, and/or tuscan cheese)
- Typical tuscan soup or first course (pappa al pomodoro or panzanella)
- Pasta or steak (pici or tagliata or ossobuco)
- Cookies (cantuccini and vinsanto or ricciarelli or panforte) and coffee
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The Accessible Food Tour in Siena Italy has a 3 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it uses a step-free route, it visits restaurants with flat or ramped entrances, and it has accessible restrooms along the way. It did not get a higher rating because there are cobblestones and some small hills along the route.
The restaurants visited during this accessible Siena tour have flat or ramped entrances. Accessible restrooms are available along the route.
The tour route generally sticks to flat areas of Siena (example shown below on the left). Some of the route is covered in uneven paving stones like those shown below on the right.
Steep hills in Siena like those shown below are avoided on the tour route.
The Accessible Food Tour in Siena Italy includes 3 or 4 courses spread across 3 or 4 restaurants. I get hungry just thinking about the awesome local dishes!
Tour duration: 3 hours
Cost: 2 to 4 people: €105 per person, 5 to 16 people: €98 per person. Includes private tour guide, food, and wine.
* Get €20 off when you book an accessible Tuscany vacation package
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week
Meet-up time: 7 pm, except during the Palio in late June and mid August when it will be a lunch tour
Meet-up place: San Domenico church
Maximum number of people on tour: 16 people
Entrance tickets: Not necessary
To review our cancellation policy, please click: HERE. Tours run rain or shine.
Not included: Transportation and gratuities.
Other Nearby Accessible Activities
The Accessible Private Sightseeing Flight over Tuscany and the Accessible Driving Tour of Chianti Wineries and Villages are other nearby accessible activities that you can enjoy during your trip.
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