Highlights of Rome (3 days, 2 nights)

3 days / 2 nights

Highlights of Rome (3 days, 2 nights)
Day 1. Arrival + Highlights of Rome
Day 2. Colosseo and Roman Forum visit
Day 3. Vatican visit + Departure

Multi-day trip description

Enjoy Rome’s iconic attractions and experience the city’s history in a 3 day tour. Accessible transportation, activities, and accommodation will be arranged for you.

After arriving to the airport in Rome, you’ll be picked up in an accessible van and, depending your preferences driven to a Hotel Lancelot, a charming boutique hotel near the Colosseum. After checking in, you’ll be picked up for your first tour, where you’ll explore the Highligh...
Enjoy Rome’s iconic attractions and experience the city’s history in a 3 day tour. Accessible transportation, activities, and accommodation will be arranged for you.

After arriving to the airport in Rome, you’ll be picked up in an accessible van and, depending your preferences driven to a Hotel Lancelot, a charming boutique hotel near the Colosseum. After checking in, you’ll be picked up for your first tour, where you’ll explore the Highlights of Rome, including the Trevi Fountain and Navona Square. After this 4 hour tour, you’ll return to your hotel and have the rest of the afternoon to relax or explore.

The next day, after enjoying a delicious breakfast, you’ll visit the Colosseum and Roman Forum. You’ll explore and learn about these almost 2,000 year old structures. An accessible van will pick you up from your hotel, take you between monuments, and drop you off after the tour.

Your final day will include a visit to the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel. After observing the gardens, and works of art and architecture, you’ll be driven back to your hotel, and transportation will be arranged to take you to the airport.

Accessibility. What to expect?

  • Assistance

    Tour Guides/ Staff have been trained by Wheel the World to provide assistance to people with disabilities during the Multi-day Trip

    Guides/ Staff members have experience assisting people with disabilities

  • Transportation

    Transportation is wheelchair accessible

  • Bathrooms

    Accessible bathrooms at multiple stops during the Multi-day Trip

  • Places

    There are smooth floors and pathways

    There are pathways with rocks, stones, or other terrain that makes them difficult to access

  • Equipment

    No adaptive equipment included

From $1,970 USD / per person

*Price based on 2 travelers

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    Itinerary

    Day 1. Arrival + Highlights of Rome tour thumbnail

    Day 1. Arrival + Highlights of Rome tour

    Guests will be picked up at their hotel and take wheelchair-accessible transportation to the tour’s starting point, the Gianicolo Hill. This hill...Guests will be picked up at their hotel and take wheelchair-accessible transportation to the tour’s starting point, the Gianicolo Hill. This hill, one of Rome’s most romantic spots, is the perfect place to snap a picture of the city as it overlooks the ancient skyline. The first stop is at the Colosseum and Roman Forum, which you will enter by walking through the photogenic Fori Imperiali road, which has ruins that date back to 46 BC and 113 AD. All places visited are wheelchair accessible and can be navigated independently. However, if guests with reduced mobility needs require support, the guides have experience assisting people with disabilities. Accessible bathrooms are available at multiple stops during the activity.
    Your next stop will be the breathtaking Trevi Fountain, one of the world’s most renowned fountains and the largest Baroque fountain in the city. Be sure to toss a coin into the water, as legend says it ensures your return to the eternal city.
    Guests will then make their way to the ancient Roman temple turned catholic church - The Pantheon. As the best-preserved monument from ancient Rome, it stands as a testament to the skill and reach of the ancient empire.
    The last stop of our tour is The Navona Square, famous for its Four Rivers Fountain, designed and constructed by the late Gian Lorenzo Bernini, the most influential artist of the Baroque period. Guests will be taken back to their hotel on an accessible van with a wheelchair lift, where they will be able to rest after this jam-packed day.

    Stay:

    Hotel Lancelot
    Day 2. Colosseo and Roman Forum visit thumbnail

    Day 2. Colosseo and Roman Forum visit

    Guests will be picked up from their respective hotels in an accessible van with a wheelchair lift and be taken to their first stop, the Colosseum...Guests will be picked up from their respective hotels in an accessible van with a wheelchair lift and be taken to their first stop, the Colosseum. The Colosseum was used for more than 4 centuries to celebrate the great organized fights of gladiators that came from all corners of the Roman Empire. Guests will enter through its principal gates: The Gate of Death or Porta Libitina, which was dedicated to the goddess of funerals. They will have the opportunity to stand in the Arena: a wooden stage covered with volcanic sand, constructed by the Domitian Emperor in 82 A.C. After leaving the Arena we will continue the tour inside and explore the Imperial, Triumphalist, and Senator gates as well as the Colosseums original arches. We will end the tour on the second floor, which wheelchair users can access through an elevator. Here you will be able to enjoy a view of Rome’s city center! This is the perfect moment to marvel in the glory in what Rome has to offer with your loved ones. Guests will then take a wheelchair-accessible van to the second and final stop, The Roman Forum. The Roman Forum is located between the Capitoline and Palatine Hills and became a monumental symbol of the Roman Empire’s power during 27 BC. The most important remains are located inside of the main square, the Via Sacra, where you will be able to immerse yourself in the city’s rich history! All places visited are all wheelchair accessible and can be navigated independently. However, if needed, staff members have experience assisting people with disabilities. After this jam-packed day, guests will be dropped off at their respective hotels by an accessible van with a wheelchair lift.

    Day 3. Vatican Museums Visit and Departure thumbnail

    Day 3. Vatican Museums Visit and Departure

    This accessible tour of the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel is led by a knowledgeable local guide, who will talk to you about the priceless ar...This accessible tour of the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel is led by a knowledgeable local guide, who will talk to you about the priceless artworks on display.

    This tour includes transportation in an accessible van, which will pick you up from your hotel and drop you back at the end of the tour.

    You will begin your Vatican Museums tour in the garden, which offers an excellent view of the dome of Saint Peter's Basilica. You will also visit the courtyard of the Pigna, which features a fountain with a bronze pine cone which was originally situated in the entrance of the ancient Constantinian basilica.

    Once inside the Vatican Museums, the 4-hour tour will take you through some of the rooms of treasured works of art until you reach the Sistine Chapel. You will pass through the Clementina Gallery and into the Alexandrine Gallery, which houses the library of the Queen of Sweden.

    Next, the tour will move onto the 2 Pauline Rooms, where you will see displays of Greek manuscripts. Afterwards, you will visit the Sacred Christian Museum and the Aldobrandine Wedding Room and then the Room of Tributes, which features a vast range of chalices, crosses and other religious objects from many eras.

    The last stop on the tour will be the Sistine Chapel, magnificently decorated with frescoes by Botticelli, Rosselli and Michelangelo. Your guide will highlight features of some of the frescoes, which show biblical stories such as the prophet Moses and Noah and the Ark, as well as portraits of former popes. You will also have a chance to admire the ceiling, with the Creation of Adam fresco at its center.

    Accessible bathrooms can be found in the Vatican Museums, as well as mobility aids such as lifts on the flights of stairs. There is also a cafe, accessible via a ramp, where you can stop for refreshments. Your guide will be available throughout the tour to answer your questions and to assist you, if necessary.

      What's included

    • Tickets

    • Tour Guides

    • Assistants

    • Airport transfer

    • Ground transportation

    • Professional driver

      What's not included

    • Insurance

    • Flights

    • Gratuities

    Important information

    • The same price applies to all travelers. Please select the number of travelers with and without disabilities when booking on our website.

    • Please note that the price featured is the lowest price available based on 2 people traveling. Please get in touch with our travel experts to know what rates apply for your traveling dates / number of participants.

    • This trip can be arranged for customers traveling by themselves. Assistants and trained guides will be hired to assist and help out with the logistics needed.

    • Spoken language(s): Italian, English

    • Travel insurance is not included but an appropriate insurance based on your personal needs is highly recommended.

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