Accessible Travel in Naples Italy
Handicapped accessible tours in Naples are available in a variety of options: driving tours, tours by train, and tours by ferry. All tours include professionally licensed tour guides and step-free routes. Some tours (such as those that visit Pompeii) include some uneven terrain while others (like the driving tours) are quite wheelchair friendly. Embark on our Naples & Herculaneum Handicap Driving Tour, enjoy a scenic Pompeii & Amalfi Coast Accessible Tour, or enjoy John Sage's Top recommendation our Pompeii, Sorrento, & Capri Handicapped Accessible Tour.
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Naples cruise port disabled access is excellent because it offers so many accessible options to disabled cruise passengers. I gave Naples cruise port a 5 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because disabled cruise passengers, even those with heavy electric wheelchairs, can show up in port and visit tourist sights without any advanced reservations. The main sights in Naples are within walking/rolling distance of the Naples cruise terminal, and the ferry to Sorrento is located 650 meters away.
Although Pompeii is 10 times the size of Herculaneum, it is better preserved and easier to explore due to the smaller ruin size and good accessibility. The town of Herculaneum was destroyed in a different way than Pompeii which is largely the reason why it has been preserved as well as it has. Because it provides step-free access to many of the ancient streets, sidewalks, and buildings, I gave Herculaneum disabled access a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating. It did not get higher accessibility rating because some of the sidewalks have uneven terrain and some of the buildings have a step to get into them.
Many hotels listed on popular travel websites will state that a hotel is accessible, but when a disabled guest arrives, it really isn’t. A roll in shower, doesn’t necessarily make it accessible. Are there grab bars, shower chair? How wide are the doorways, is the main entrance and lobby flat and wheelchair friendly? How accessible is the surrounding neighborhood? There are many questions and concerns to address, but don’t let that overwhelm you or keep you from visiting Naples! At Sage traveling, we understand all the challenges you may face, and we have done the work for you! We have spent countless hours researching, visiting and verifying our accessible hotels in Naples, and it is with confidence that we offer them to you. Choose between several options including our Elegant Wheelchair Friendly Naples Hotel, Modern Accessible Naples Hotel, Budget Friendly Disabled Naples Hotel, Naples City Center Disabled Hotel, and Upscale Waterfront Accessible Naples Hotel.
Which Naples tourist attractions are accessible? Where are the hills to avoid? Where is the best place for accessible shopping in Dublin? When you receive your 70 page Sage Accessibility Guide for Naples
you learn everything that disabled visitors need to know to comfortably visit Naples. It ensures that you make the most of your time in Naples and is provided as part of our accessible trip planning services.
An accessible Naples holiday planned by Sage Traveling provides a worry-free and exciting vacation opportunity for disabled travelers and their families. Our Naples Accessible Travel Packages include options for every budget and accessibility needs. Our expert accessible travel planners will take care of all your trip details for you, so you can spend more time exploring the spectacular Italian town, and less time overcoming accessibility challenges! We’ve handpicked the best accessible Naples hotels, most memorable wheelchair friendly guided tours and reliable airport transfers to easily get you from one place to another.
“I wanted to give you feedback on the wonderful, perfect vacation that you organized for us! Thank you, thank you so much for the perfect Italian vacation! Every step of the way was executed flawlessly. Please let John Sage and everyone in your organization know that we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. We are also looking forward to our next trip abroad with you!” – Kate and Andy, Manual Wheelchair User.