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Accessibility for the disabled in the monuments of Italy

Italy is still far from being a completely accessible country, but it has certainly made a lot of progress. Today we will learn about what gratuity is like for people with disabilities in Italian monuments.

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Accessibility for the disabled in the monuments of Italy

Italy is not yet an example of accessibility, but it is undoubtedly making great and notable efforts to become a well-developed country when it comes to receiving people with physical disabilities. Today we will learn more about the subject and give some information about, for example, tickets to monuments in Italy. Let’s get to our post of the day! Accessibility for the disabled people in the monuments of Italy. ere at  Your Travel to Italy with Ana Patricia you make the trip of your dreams !!! ALSO: see our  “Accommodation in Italy – Tips for your holidays!”

Introduction

Italy is adapting to accessible tourism quickly and efficiently , however, we still cannot say that it is the ideal model. There are several associations, in various regions and Italian cities, which help the disabled to make their trips comfortably and peacefully. For disabled people, Italian law recognizes people with disabilities in the same way as other countries. The list includes people with physical disabilities at all levels, people with visual impairments, people with mental disabilities, people with hearing impairments and people with mobility problems. To better understand, also read our Special Post on How is accessibility in Italy for disabled people?

1) Accessibility for disabled people in monuments in Italy: FREE TICKETS

To avoid possible problems, when traveling, a person with some type of disability must bring a medical report and / or a doctor’s note on letterhead, with the doctor’s name, professional registration number, date and place of issue. Italian monuments offer free tickets for the disabled as well as for their companions. An excellent site to find out more about accessible tourism in Italy is Disabili. On the website you will find EVERYTHING about accessible tourism from all Italian regions.

Our Golden Tip

When you arrive at your destination, remember to ask for an accessibility map at the tourist information point. It will help you a lot; be sure!

2) Accessibility for disabled people in the monuments of Italy: WITH THE GUIDE DOG

People, unfortunately, the issue of the guide dog for people with visual impairments is still taboo in Italy and several places DO NOT ALLOW the pets to enter, so I advise against traveling with them, as you will end up being very limited.

Useful information

One of the best sites for people with disabilities is Village For All. There you will find great options from several accessible locations. By regions / cities, you can access the following websites: Alto Adige for All, Milan for All and Venice Accessible. Read too How is accessibility in Venice for the disabled?


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Conclusion

Accessibility for the disabled in the monuments of Italy! Italy is still far from being a completely accessible country, but it has certainly made a lot of progress. And if you feel insecure or have no time, and need  help to organize your trip,  do not hesitate to look for me! I will love to help you make your dream trip to Italy. And how can I do that? Continue reading this post until the end and you will understand how can we make your life and journey easier.

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