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Pisa accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays

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Pisa accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays

For a great holiday in Pisa

Things to Do in Pisa

Visit the Leaning Tour of Pisa

Take a picture in front of Pisa’s most famous landmark. Explore here on your own or take an accessible Livorno tour. While the tower lacks an elevator, it still provides a great photo op. Also, you can easily get to nearby Baptistery Cathedral which has wheelchair-friendly ramps.

Explore the Field of Miracles

While visiting the tower, stay to enjoy the multitude of historical buildings near the Field of Miracles. Visit such sites as San Michele church, the Piaggio Park, and San Rossore Park. Considered both a world-class architectural complex and deemed sacred by the Catholic Church, the field is definitely worth a visit. Seniors, the disabled and anyone with mobility issues can explore with ease in this fairly flat, close set area.

Shop at Piazza Delle Vettovaglie

Shop and eat like a local at this open air market featuring local produce, baked goods and more. Italians definitely know how to do a food market well so don’t miss the opportunity to shop in this or one of the local markets. Flat streets make access fairly easy for wheelchair users, seniors and the disabled.

Accessible Accommodations Pisa

From sunny private rooms to entire apartments with incredible views of the city, Handiscover has your ideal Pisa rentals. With our guaranteed accessible features, book worry-free to get the comfortable and relaxing Pisa holiday you deserve.

How to Get Around Pisa

With a great many efforts to make this popular area more accessible in recent years, Pisa is one of the easiest to navigate for those with mobility issues. While there you can count on flat streets and ramp access to major attractions. Get around this compact area by foot or wheelchair. Then, rent a car to get to surrounding areas and Tuscany.

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