Adapted vacations for seniors with reduced mobility
In some areas it is also possible to directly discover which areas are accessible for wheelchair users: just enable the mobile option by going to Settings > Accessibility settings and activate the Enable accessible locations option.
Inclusive tourism is easier with AirBnB. The app for iOS and Android allows you to find rooms and entire accommodations for vacations, as well as short-term rentals for personal or work needs.
It is one of the most widely used apps for finding out how to easily get around the city, using means of transportation such as subways, buses, trains, cabs and ridesharing. The VoiceOver and TalkBack functionalities on iOS and Android are a great help for visually impaired people: the user is guided step by step from home to the final destination with route notifications and assisted navigation.
Arrive in the city of Como in a Mercedes minivan, driven by your guide, who will point out the best scenes along the way. Upon arrival, enjoy a walking tour of the elegant streets as you admire the historic monuments. Learn about the area’s Catholic roots at the Basilica of San Fedele and Como Cathedral.
Stop in the charming villages of Bellagio and Varenna for a pleasant stroll and a taste of local produce. Indulge in a leisurely lunch and wine tasting, before the return trip to Milan. See more 3. Bellagio area: learn how to make homemade pasta Imagine if you could show your family and friends back home not only your photos of Lake Como, but also your new culinary skills. This tour will offer you a fully immersive experience in Italian and regional gastronomic culinary traditions.
Participate in this fully immersive experience in Italian and regional gastronomic traditions and culture in the beautiful Como area. Get a hands-on opportunity to understand how to cook and present one of the most typical dishes of Northern Italy: fresh pasta. Most of its healthy and high quality ingredients are sourced from local producers.
Europe in a wheelchair
Raquel, from now on called @Silleraviajera, as she is known in her social networks and website, has a physical disability, called spina bifida. As she herself comments “sometimes the difference is what makes things special” And how right she is!
I am a person who likes to help others, the issue of travel assistance comes from seeing the abusive prices of agencies and more if they are for people with disabilities. An accessible trip can be economical.
Budget of total expenses for 14 weeks in Pamplona,Vitoria,Valladolid and Madrid https://t.co/nvMLJgOJaI #turismonacional #vacaciones #gastotal #turismoaccesible- @silleraviajera (@silleraviajera) October 28, 2021
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The question is that we have read that Italy is not a very accessible country for travelers in wheelchairs. Things of being a country with so many centuries of history. Well, it would help me a lot to plan the trip if you could tell me which cities you consider unfeasible with wheelchair (for its slopes, steps, for not being adapted etc.) so I do not go. And on the contrary, I would like to know which cities you consider accessible.
Ok, thank you. In any case, my question was not addressed to travelers with disabilities, as I simply needed to know the general conditions of a city, i.e., if someone considered it easy or difficult to move around in a wheelchair (regardless of whether one moves in a wheelchair or not).
E.g., I understand that Venice is difficult (because of its canals and bridges); I would like to know your opinion of other cities in the North, any opinion is useful to me, also from travelers who do not use a wheelchair.
I have just returned from Tuscany and both I and the person who was with me have saved a little money at the entrance of monuments on account of my physical disability. In general neither of us have had to pay anything (with some exceptions) and neither have had to queue, not even in the most important museums in Florence. Straight to the entrance even if there is a line of 1000 people.