ASSISI ACCESSIBLE TOUR

All sites listed below, are part of the wheelchair users and disabled Assisi Accessible Tours. Some of the impediments has been solved by our direct contact with the relative local authorities or simply because we know exactly the area. If you like us to drive you around Assisi, you can choose the below destinations listed and we will make Assisi accessible for you. Costs for tours includes, driver, fuel, accessible transportation with an adapted van with electronic lift and transfer to and from your accommodations. Choose from our Accessible Hotels Accommodations list for your complete Italian holiday package.







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Umbria is a region of central Italy, bordered by Tuscany to the west, the Marche to the east and Lazio to the south. In tourist literature one sometimes sees Umbria called il cuor verde d'Italia ( the green heart of Italy ). Umbria owes much of its charm to the way its old towns are perched on sharp hills. From a practical standpoint, though, those same hills may make things difficult for some. Assisi is not the larger town in Umbria but definitly is the most known in the world. Is a small town made very rich by St. Francis, the apostle of poverty. Too important to not be considered solely the heritage of Assisi such as the St. Francis Basilica, the tourist can also visit the churches of St. Clare Basilica and St.Peter. The first was constructed in the Gothic style between 1257 and 1265, the second is a little older and decorated with an elegant middle portal with three rose-windows. Like all medieval cities in Umbria, raised on slopes and with many architectural barriers, Assisi is not an easy town for moving or getting about, especially when tourists are disabled persons with motorial disabilities or wheelchair users. Despite of this our information just want to give disabled tourist visiting the town, the opportunity of knowing if and how is possible for him to live the city or visiting Umbria, like everyone does, such as visiting a museum, accommodation in hotel, or eating in a restaurant. The city has been selected by government to improve accessibility for disabled wheelchair users. It is one among 5 Italian towns selected as a standard example in terms of architectural barriers elimination. We got as many information as we could in order to let disabled wheelchair users people have detailed and exact information about the real existence of barriers in those places that one may desire to visit to have a nice stay. Many sites in Assisi are accessible for wheelchair users. We checked for you the main, monuments, churches, museums and listed here including Accessibility Details, opening times and ticket costs. Add your ASSISI ACCESSIBLE TOUR, once you have choose the accommodation from a Accessible Accommodations, on the booking form.
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