Accessible Rome

Private tour through Rome for groups of people with disabilities and their carers, along a wheelchair-accessible itinerary!


  • Private tour for groups of people with disabilities and their carers
  • Accessible trail to everybody, avoiding physical barriers and reducing the inconvenience that may be encountered on the route.
  • Minimum 10, maximum 25 people
  • Duration: 4 hours, distributed as follows: morning tour of 2 hours, lunch break (lunch optional), and again in the afternoon meeting with the guide for another two hours tour.
  • Available everyday
  • Departure: from your hotel if in a central zone
  • Available languagesâ??â??: English, Italian, Spanish, French, German and Russian
  • Free admission to monuments for the disabled and their carers

Easy and flat trail with ramps and lifts: in the morning, Colosseum and walk along Via dei Fori Imperiali, followed by lunch; in the afternoon, tour from the Tiber Island to the Jewish Ghetto.

Included: Full day guide service up to 25 people. Optional lunch.

Excluded: Entrance tickets to museums and monuments for people without disabilities or their carers

Clients must be at the meeting point 20 minutes before the tour.

The guided tour can be canceled or limited and reduced due to force majeur: general strike, extraordinary total or partial closure of sites, natural disasters, demonstrations, etc. In these cases, client will not receive an advance notice, and will not be refunded the reservation service fee.

Cancellation policy:
the guided tour can be canceled by clients up to 24 hours before the beginning of the tour; later cancellations and no shows cannot be refunded.

Clients are directly and personally responsible for damages caused to persons and properties. We deny any liability for damages incurred by participants during the tor. Clients will have to directly bring an action against those responsible of visited areas or structures.

Accessible Rome

Discover Rome's treasures without physical barriers on this private tour for groups of people with disabilities and their assistants. See the Colosseum and the Via dei Fori Imperiali, enjoy a delicious lunch, and see Tiber Island and the Jewish Ghetto – all along a wheelchair accessible route.

Your tour begins with an easy visit to the Colosseum – along ramps and using elevators. The Colosseum is probably the most famous monument in the world. With its height of 48 meters (157 feet), the colossal elliptical structure has fascinated humans throughout history. Construction of the Colosseum was begun under Vespasian as a symbol of the grandeur of the Roman Empire and to satisfy the people's appetite for entertainment. It was inaugurated by Emperor Titus in the year 80 AD. The Colosseum could host up to 50,000 people, and the opening games lasted 3 months, involving about 2,000 gladiators and 9,000 animals.

The Via dei Fori Imperiali is the most important example of Ancient Rome. This large avenue passes the excavations of the Roman Forum and Trajan's Market on the right, leading to the silhouette of the Vittoriano, a monument built in honour of Victor Emmanuel, the first king of a unified Italy.

At this point in your tour it will be time for lunch, which you have the option to include in your tour price (8.00 € per person).

In the afternoon, you'll head over to the Tiber. The area of the ghetto was located in an area close to the frequently flooding river Tiber, near the Tiberine island. Today, this historically rich part of Rome can be found between the Via del Portico d'Ottavia, the Lungotevere dei Cenci, the Via del Progresso and the Via di Santa Maria del Pianto close to the Tiber and the Theater of Marcellus.

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