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Departure from Italy to Miami with direct flight or with a stopover, with IATA airline, from the main Italian airports. Assistance at departure when boarding and during aircraft landing procedures. Upon arrival, private transfer to the hotel with a vehicle suitable for the transport of people with motor disabilities and with a mobile platform for easy access on board. Overnight at Stiles Hotel South Beach 3 * sup - in Standard Room Overnight Only. Room and hotel suitable for the reception of people with motor disabilities.
Free days available to visit Miami independently, to enjoy its beaches, for optional excursions with assistance and suitable means for the transport of passengers with motor disabilities upon request. Overnight.
Free days at your disposal to visit Miami independently.
Check-out and private transfer to the airport with a vehicle suitable for the transport of people with motor disabilities and with a mobile platform for easy access on board. Departure with direct flight from Miami airport. Arrival at Charlotte Amalie airport. Assistance at departure when boarding and during aircraft landing procedures. Private transfer to the hotel with a vehicle suitable for the transport of people with motor disabilities and with a mobile platform for easy access on board. Overnight at Emerald Beach St. Thomas 3 * in Standard Room Overnight Only. Room and hotel suitable for the reception of people with motor disabilities.
AMERICAN VIRGIN ISLANDS
The U.S. Virgin Islands are part of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea. They are located east of Puerto Rico and west of the nearby British Virgin, just over two and a half hours from Miami and about 4 and a half hours from New York, while they are only 25 minutes far from San Juan. The over 50 islands, islets and rocks that make up the archipelago of the Virgins are of volcanic origin. The four main islands - St. Croix, St. John, St. Thomas and Water Island - are beautiful tropical paradises, each with a distinct personality, each very different from the other. Typically and in a significantly different way from other Caribbean islands, the US Virgin Islands are suitable for tourists who love total freedom, with stays outside any scheme, who shy away from villages or clubs, and who prefer travel not "scripted" with the spirit of the "a-la-carte" stay.
The various regulations required by the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) ensure that the US Virgin Islands are a cutting edge destination in the Caribbean in terms of accessible tourism.
The disabled will find here attractions and hotel facilities accessible to them, local tour operators and equipment to rent to live an experience without any type of barrier.
St. Thomas extends over 85 square kilometers, is about 21 kilometers long and only 8 wide: basically its size is comparable to that of Manhattan. One coastal side overlooks the Atlantic and the other one the Caribbean Sea. Its mountains reach an altitude of 457 meters, beyond all expectations; the island is very mountainous and its roads rise steeply in villages as well as in the capital. Its vegetation therefore varies considerably: from the tropical grassland to trees like olive trees on the hilly slopes, to get to cactaceous plants and bushes.
St. Thomas is definitely the "glamor" island of the Virgins, where it is no coincidence that some of the most renowned international brands of the hotel tradition rely on luxury resorts and hotels. The Charlotte Amalie seafront is a mix of Coney Island, Greenwich Village and Wall Street: this is the impression for those who arrive in the largest cruise port in the Caribbean. But this impression slowly fades as soon as entering the cheerful town that shows off its buildings with red roofs, from the sea to the top of the hill: it is a pastel city that lies on three distinct hills, which sailors still call Fore Top, Main and mizzen. Narrow alleys, paved with cobblestones, with ancient Danish names, colonial warehouses of ancient terra cotta and coral stone that managed to resist winds and hurricanes, as well as the erosion of centuries and brackish. Avenues crossed by gentle breezes from the tropics, old walls, old bricks and stone stairways. The promenade is about 2 kilometers long, consisting of a single four-lane road, always busy both day and night, and is the only one on the island that serves both as a dock for yachts on one side, and as a promenade with cafes and restaurants, banks, shops, lined up one after the other on the opposite side. Moored yachts on the seafront: it is no coincidence that St. Thomas boasts one of the largest fleets of yachts and boats in the world.
Once, large boats and vessels unloaded goods and passengers directly onto the seafront, while large ships stayed outside the port. The goods were directly stored in the West Indies warehouses. Today these warehouses have been transformed into boutiques and shops on Main Street. Solid buildings with large arches, with natural ventilation where the merchants of the past could store goods and liqueurs at an excellent temperature, protect perfumes and spices from the tropical climate.
The atmosphere is very casual: on the waterfront come across, from tourists to cruise passengers, from businessman to artist, from VIP to millionaire. From this point you reach Main Street, thanks to a labyrinth of narrow streets and passages reminiscent of the old bazaars of African or Middle Eastern towns. They are shady, cool, romantic mini-streets that were once used as garbage depot by island locals.
Main Street: the oasis of over a million dollars of tourists, the paradise of the cruise passenger' shopping "hit and run", where every day is a shopping day and where you can hardly make your way between the swarm of passers and cars. But everything stops at five in the evening, when the shops close their doors and the neighborhood - made up of only four blocks - is completely transformed. It seems almost deserted. After Main Street there is Back Street. You can get there after going through another maze of narrow streets, all dotted with offices and commercial activities that are housed in ancient historic houses, with small and delightful gardens. Here the Danish colonial charm stands out, intact, with no sidewalks. Here begin the slopes and the climbs that lead to the "aristocratic" part of Charlotte Amalie, the residential area, between buildings of the time with crystal chandeliers, up to the hill. The modern villas of the suburban area dominate the spectacle of one of the most beautiful views of the Caribbean: a global view of the Virgin archipelago, the port and docks.
Free days available to visit St. Thomas independently, to enjoy its beaches, for optional excursions with assistance and suitable means for the transport of passengers with motor disabilities upon request. Overnight.
Free days available.
Check-out and private transfer to the airport with a vehicle suitable for the transport of people with motor disabilities and with a mobile platform for easy access on board. Departure with 1 or 2 stop flights, with IATA airline. Assistance at departure when boarding and during aircraft landing procedures. Meals and overnight on board.
Arrival in Italy.
Tariff per person, starting from:
|From 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020||€ 2,163|
(B / L / D): B = breakfast; L = lunch; D = Dinner (AI): All Inclusive
The itinerary may be subject to changes based on climatic and road conditions, internal flight operations, opening/closing days of the sites visited.
Currency: US dollar (USD) – Exchange rate: 1.09
Changes in exchange rates with fluctuations greater than 3% will lead to an adjustment in costs and will be communicated within 20 days of departure.
Currency block € 50 per case: Customers have the option of definitively blocking the cost of ground services which will no longer be subject to currency fluctuations. The request must take place simultaneously with the confirmation.
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