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Archive for the ‘Rome Disabled Travel’ Category

Rome accessible tours are available for all the major sights including the Vatican, the Colosseum, and the Roman Forum. Wheelchair users and other disabled visitors to Rome have a variety of options to choose from including group walking tours, private walking tours, and driving tours. Rome accessible tours run at various times of day and […]

Disabled visitors to Rome have a variety of accessible Rome tours to choose from.  Many of the accessible tours visit the same tourist attractions, and you may not want to duplicate attractions. If you want to just take a single accessible Rome tour, you’ll want to take one that visits all of the major tourist […]

Sistine Chapel Disabled Access at the Vatican – Visiting Vatican City in a wheelchair consists of two parts: 1) visiting the Vatican Museums, Raphael Rooms, and Sistine Chapel and 2) visiting the St. Peter’s Basilica. The two parts are not connected by step-free access so wheelchair visitors will need to take a 0.6 mile (1.0 […]

Handicapped access to the Roman Forum has improved in the past few years with the installation of an elevator at the entrance. Previously, you had to take a steep ramp down a couple of stories from the street level to the Roman Forum ruins.  Now handicapped access is easily provided by asking a staff member […]

Rome Colosseum disabled access is provided by a step-free main entrance, a flat smooth interior, and an elevator to the upper level.  Some parts of the interior have steps, and there are cobblestones with 3 star smoothness outside the entrance. Disabled access at Rome’s Colosseum is better than at the nearby Roman Forum and Palatine […]

With its ancient Roman ruins, spectacular renaissance art, and fabulous Italian dining, Rome is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.  There are several challenges that disabled travelers will encounter in Rome including uneven ground in the Roman ruins, cobblestones on the streets, and few accessible transportation options.  Although Rome disable access is […]

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