EUROPE – Accessible Travel Bloggers in Italy, museums, historic sites, outdoors
Capital – Rome | Currency – Euro | Timezone – GMT +1
Public Transport / By car
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Italy Highlights: Pompeii, Vatican, Sicily
La bella Italia
Have you dreamed of visiting Rome?
Tuscany, Venice, Sicily… it is all simply beautiful. And then there is the food …
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The Museo Tattile Statale Omero (A museum fully accessible for the blind and visually impaired)
Uffizi Galleries (special tactile tour for the visually impaired)
MAXXI (The National centre for the Contemporary Art and Architecture)
Touching art – Museo Tattile Statale Omero
“Touching art is not only for those who can’t exploit light and enjoy images. It can also help everyone discover new and richer ways of perceiving”.
It is a way of perceiving which is forbidden in almost every museum, an approach to aesthetic pleasure which has hardly been explored by the non-sighted, in spite of its profound epistemological importance.
And yet, there is a museum in Italy which has made tactile observation its main channel of learning.
Touch faces, bodies, gestures, expressions, discover volumes and perspective with your own hands
The Museo Tattile Statale Omero was created to fill this gap in the range of cultural services for the non-sighted, and also to offer an innovative space where artistic perception passes through multi-sensory, rather than just visual, stimuli.”
The world famous operahouse Teatro alla Scala has a lift to the galleries and an accessible toilet.
The Basilica of Saint Anthony beautiful history building
historic site Pompeii
St. Peters Basilica Most famous church in the world
The Colosseum Imagine history come to life
the Doge’s Palace Watch the movie ‘Casanova’ that is set in Venice and fall in love with the beautiful architecture
Cadama – a sailing community
With a disabled owner Cadamà was meant to have a strong social commitment from the very beginning.
All the people that work or are somehow tied to Cadamà are utterly sure that the sea is much more than a source of adventure, it is a gym where we can discover our self and limits, strengthen our independence and self-esteem and finally where to learn to open up and interact with those that surround us.
This is why Cadamà is so much more than a beautiful wooden yacht or than an accessible charter: we take part with a mixed crew in regattas, bring forward a sailing school project and propose ourselves as a powerful instrument for team building.
Let’s go to the beach!
Sicily accessible beaches – 9 cities with over 100 accessible locations with beach wheelchairs or walkways.
Editor’s pick: the globe on wheels by Jasmine Marchand
A great blog by Iwheeltravel about Apulia
Bibione – Accessible destination
Download a free guide for Bibione created by Village4all
Visa – all information on applying for a visa to Italy you find on this website.
Language – the official language is Italian. In tourist areas people know also English or French.
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