Travel for the visually impaired and motorized – Rome eternal city
The Rome of emperors, popes, merchants, bankers, pilgrims and the many artisans and artists who made it unique is the ideal place for an unforgettable journey into the past: a journey full of surprises, amazement, beauty and above all a journey for everyone. To you the choice! If you want to immerse yourself in the magical atmosphere of Rome, this proposal is ideal for discovering the best known and most hidden places, such as the Jewish community of Rome, one of the oldest in the world, walk with us through the streets of the Ghetto, a stone's throw from the Tiber. But Rome is also the largest open-air museum of sculpture and painting, without forgetting architecture! Finally, if you want to experience being in Rome, but in another State, in the Eternal City this is also possible: the Pope's city is right here, in the shadow of the “dome”. The basilica stands in the place where St. Peter was buried, erected for the first time by Constantine in 319, a new basilica was commissioned by Pope Julius II in 1503. Inside, you cannot miss the sculpture of piety that Michelangelo created at only 24 years. The Vatican museums, not far away, were born precisely with the private works of Pope Julius II himself. Today they are considered among the most important museums in the world, with over 70,000 works and objects exhibited on its 42,000-meter surface. History reigns in the streets of Rome everywhere, accompanied by a professional guide of accessible tourism, we will tell you about centuries of events and tales that have made the history of the city but also of our entire country, which finds its cradle here. The unmissable of this trip
The whole itinerary is organized to be accessible also to people with visual or motor disabilities.
Minimum 2 participants
Arrive independently at your hotel. Accommodation in a double room accessible with breakfast at Best Western Universo 4 *
The Best Western Universe 4 *
At the Best Western Plus Hotel Universo there are rooms for people with disabilities and services dedicated to guests with mobility difficulties. The 4-star hotel in the heart of the capital opens its spaces to people who want to experience a stay in Rome in the utmost comfort and autonomy.
It has rooms dedicated to the needs of those with mobility problems and therefore without architectural barriers.
(hotel accessibility card available on request)
The absence of architectural barriers also favors a quiet stay and convenient accessibility to the restaurant and all other areas.
Rest of the day at leisure.
(it is possible to arrange a virtual meeting with your guide before the start of the tour so as to have more references in order to explore the hotel surroundings independently)
Breakfast and morning available. In the early afternoon meeting with the guide for a half day excursion.
The Vatican and surroundings
Here is the "dome", one of the symbols of Rome that indicates the largest Catholic church in the world, a real treasure trove of works of art that is worth visiting and which can be the starting point for a pleasant walk to discover this part of the city.
From St. Peter's Basilica we arrive at the Tiber, following the route of the famous "Passetto", to admire the majestic Castel Sant’Angelo, once an imperial mausoleum and then a papal fortress.
Alternatively, in addition to St. Peter's there are the Vatican Museums: admiring their priceless art collections and the Sistine Chapel is an unforgettable experience.
Accessibility: seniors, families, people with visual or motor impairments: St. Peter's Basilica and the square in front or, alternatively, the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel.
Free dinner and overnight stay.
Breakfast and meeting with the guide for a half day excursion.
The Jewish ghetto and the Tiber Island
Strolling in the streets of the Ghetto, we will tell the story of the Jewish community of Rome, one of the oldest in the world, from the initial settlement in Trastevere to the Portico d'Ottavia, where Jews were forced to live for centuries. We will thus retrace two thousand years of history, from the remains of ancient Rome to medieval buildings, from the Renaissance quarter to the tragedy of the Nazi deportation. The roar of the river will lead us to the Tiber Island where we will admire the dome of the synagogue from another perspective, different from all the other Capitoline domes.
Accessibility: seniors, families, people with visual or motor difficulties.
Return on your own
Tariff per person, starting from:
|From 15 January 2021 to 20 December 2021||€ 370|
(B / L / D-AI): B = breakfast; L = lunch; D = Dinner; (AI) = All Inclusive.
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Important note: the proposed excursions may undergo variations and, although designed to be as accessible as possible, they can be modified according to different needs.
(excluding holidays) * quotas are subject to confirmation, the destination works with BAR (best available rates), which can only be reconfirmed at the time of confirmation.
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