Accessible Travel in Rome
10 Rome Accessible Travel TipsRome accessible travel tips give you a few key pointers to make traveling to Rome with a disability easier. Additionally, the 10 Keys to Success for Rome Disabled Travel will let you know what you need to focus on before your trip.
Accessible Tours in Rome – SEE AND DO MORE!
Your visit to Rome will be greatly enhanced with a local tour guide to explain everything that you see. Group accessible tours of Rome city center include accessible routes between the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, and Trevi Fountain. Accessible tours of the Roman Forum and Colosseum are possible either as a private ancient Rome tour or a group ancient Rome tour.
A private wheelchair accessible Vatican tour is a must-do for many visitors to Rome. Or you can try one of our specialty tours like an accessible wine tasting tour or Rome golf cart tour for the disabled. Our tours are fully accessible for wheelchair users and other disabled visitors, and the guides are used to working with disabled travelers. Book one of our 16 disabled tours in Rome to get the most out of your trip.
“The tours have been wonderful. Definitely recommend Sage as my favorite tour group ever!!!! The guides and driver have been amazing and the individual tours are amazing. It has been a beautiful, well planned trip and the convenience of getting picked up at our hotel has been a God send!!!”-Sage Traveling client, USA, wheelchair user...Read more client feedback
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Civitavecchia Accessible Shore Excursions to RomeTop 12 Accessible Mediterranean Cruise Itineraries stop in Civitavecchia, and cruise passengers have so much to see in this amazing city! An accessible van driving tour of Rome will allow you to see all the highlights in one day. Another option is take our Vatican & Ancient Rome Accessible Driving Tour which focuses on the Colosseum, the Vatican, and the Roman Forum. Our accessible Civitavecchia shore excursions by train are the cheapest options that you’ll find anywhere!
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How to get from Civitavecchia Cruise Port to Rome with a DisabilityCivitavecchia Cruise Port Disabled Access Review provides all the details about Civitavecchia accessibility.
Top 9 Accessible Cruises from Rome
Rome accessible cruises provide you with an opportunity to visit all parts of the Mediterranean, and the Top 9 Accessible Cruises from Rome have accessible shore excursions in at least 88% of the ports of call. Royal Caribbean's 7 night Western Mediterranean cruise visits the top destinations in Italy, France, and Spain. If you'd like to visit the Greek Isles, Celebrity's 11 night Eastern Med cruise will be your best option. Visiting both Israel and Egypt is possible on Princess' 11 night Holy Land cruise.
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Wheelchair Access at Rome’s ColosseumColosseum accessible private tour, you will get to a paved section that leads to the lower level and an elevator to the upper level. Pictures of the cobblestones, steps, and elevator that you will encounter are found on our accessible Rome Colosseum page.
How to Visit the Vatican in a WheelchairVatican disabled access page. Access to the most famous church in the world is possible by an elevator followed by a wheelchair ramp at St. Peter’s entrance which wheelchair users may need assistance with. Accessible Vatican tours are available.
Wheelchair Accessible Van Transfers in RomeContact us to book your Rome transfer in a comfortable wheelchair accessible van.
Accessible Hotels in Rome
Why settle for the first accessible hotel you find when you can choose perfect accessible hotel in the perfect accessible neighborhood? I have personally visited more than 20 Rome accessible hotels in my wheelchair to evaluate the accessibility features of the hotel and the surrounding neighborhoods.
Need a roll-in shower? We have pictures showing that not all roll-in shower hotels in Rome are the same. There are definitely some accessible Rome hotels to avoid! Our top recommendations have accessible restaurants nearby and flat smooth streets throughout the neighborhood. Accessible hotel rooms near the Vatican and 5 star accessible hotel rooms are a few options to choose from.
"The accommodation was great and perfect for myself in the wheelchair. We will certainly recommend your services to others and use you again in the future." - Jon and Sarah from UK Read more....
Wheelchair Accessible Apartments in Romehandicapped apartment in Rome. The apartments have roll-in showers, step-free access, and convenient accessible bus lines nearby.
Rome Accessibility Guide by John SageAccessibility Guide for Rome which is a must-have for any disabled visitor to Rome. It contains over 100 pages of tips and advice to make visiting Rome with a disability easier than you ever thought was possible. The accessibility descriptions and photos of museums, churches, buses, and restaurants provide you with everything you need to know about accessibility in Rome.
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Rome Accessible Travel Packages – SAVE TIME AND MONEY!
Sage Traveling can provide everything that a disabled traveler needs in Rome. Your journey will include 1) wheelchair accessible transportation from Rome Fiumicino airport or Termini train station, 2) fully-accessible hotel accommodation in one of the most wheelchair friendly neighborhoods in Rome, 3) the best accessible sightseeing tours in Rome, 4) the expert accessibility advice found in our Rome Accessibility Guide, and 5) 24/7 emergency support by our expert team. Our Rome accessible travel packages will make sure your vacation in Rome is a great one!
“I cannot thank you enough for making my trip to Rome and Florence so wonderful. I would highly recommend the hotels and our guides. A special thanks to Donna and to Sage Traveling for offering this much needed accessible travel service who might otherwise not be able to enjoy what the world has to offer.” --Frances, mobility scooter user from Arizona, USA...Read more client feedback
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