Rome City View

All our private tours and shore excursions are suitable for wheelchair users, scooter users, slow walkers, and able-bodied travelers. Explore the Vatican Museums. Admire the Sistine Chapel. See the famous Spanish Steps. And tour the magnificent Colosseum. Relax with delicious Italian food. Here you find our accessible tours available. The itineraries are flexible so you can customize them according to your wishes and requirements. When you wish to visit a site that is not listed here, please contact us, and we will accommodate accordingly.

When choosing private accessible tours or shore excursions in and around Rome you have many options. Our private adapted transport and drivers are available to meet you at the Civitavecchia cruise port, the Fiumicino airport or your accommodation. When planning your day, take into account that the travel duration from the cruise port to the city center is about an hour and a half. From the airport a little bit less, approximately an hour, depending on the time of your arrival and the traffic conditions.


Wheelchair Accessible Guided Tour Colosseum Rome

Skip the Line | Private Wheelchair Accessible Tour Colosseum – Approx. 3 hours

Discover all there is to know about the Colosseum in Rome. With this fully Private Colosseum Tour, you skip the line and see why this is one of the most popular attractions in Rome. 

Vatican Museums

Skip the Line | Wheelchair Accessible Tour of the Vatican and Sistine Chapel – Approx. 3 – 4 hours

Skip the line and Explore this Private Tour Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel with a licensed guide. A unique experience that you must experience once in your life. The museums together have the most impressive art collection in the world. All belonging to the Catholic Church.

Piazza di Spanga Rome

Full-Day Wheelchair Accessible Rome – Approx. 8 hours

This Full-Day Tour through Rome has a flexible itinerary and you see the main highlights of Rome, including the Vatican Museums, Piazza Venezia, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona and the Colosseum

Rome Fountains and Squares

Wheelchair Accessible City Center Tour of Rome – Approx. 4 hours

If you are limited in time and want to be amazed by the charm of the famous fountains, squares, and churches of Rome, then this is the accessible tour for you!

Tuscan view

Wheelchair Accessible Day trip to Siena and San Gimignano – Approx. 8 – 12 hours

From Rome this tour lasts 12 hours. If you want to explore the countryside of Tuscany, then this tour is for you! From beautiful scenery to picturesque villages. For everyone who wants to discover the beautiful surroundings of Rome.

Rome by Night

Explore the Wheelchair Accessible Eternal City Rome by Night – Approx. 3 hours

Staying in the center of Rome and want to discover the eternal city in a different light? Prepare to be amazed by the magical atmosphere of Rome by night. We take you around the City in a wheelchair accessible vehicle and show you the most enchanting places Rome offers.

Ancient Ostia Head Statue

Discover Wheelchair Accessible Ancient Ostia – Approx. 5 hours

A few kilometers from Rome you find what they call ‘Small Pompeii’. Although a bit smaller than Pompeii itself, the locals say Ancient Ostia is more beautiful. And a lot closer to Rome!

Remains of the streets in Pompeii

Wheelchair Accessible Flexible Day tour from Rome to Pompeii and Amalfi Coast – Approx. 12 hours

This flexible tour shows you the best of both worlds. A mix of the very interesting history and remains of Pompeii and the beautiful Amalfi coast. Which villages you visit on the Amalfi Coast is completely up to you.

Villa D'este Italy

Wheelchair Accessible Tivoli, Villa D’Este and Villa Adriana Tour – Approx. 6 hours

This accessible Tivoli, Villa D’Este and Villa Adriana tour takes you about 25 km away from Rome. An ideal day trip for the lovers of impressive Roman villas and architecture, some interesting history and beautiful gardens, and fountains.

Houses Montalcino

Wheelchair Accessible Day trip from Rome to Val d’Orcia, Montalcino, and Pienza – Approx. 12 hours

Escape the busy city for a day and discover some beautiful towns in Tuscany. When you have seen the center of Rome and you want to explore more, this tour is perfect for you. Soak up your surroundings and get to know the Valley.

Piazza Novana

Wheelchair Accessible Walking tour Spanish Steps till Piazza Navona – Approx. 3 hours

During this wheelchair accessible walking tour, you visit the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, and square Piazza Navona, under the direction of an officially licensed guide who tells you everything about the sights.

Trevi Fountain

Wheelchair Accessible walking tour Santa Maria del Popolo & Spanish steps – Approx. 3 hours

With this wheelchair accessible walking tour, you visit the Piazza del Popolo, the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Colonno, Piazza di Pietra, and the Pantheon. Furthermore, it is possible to extend the tour with one hour to include extra sights.

Piazza della Rotonda

Wheelchair Accessible walking tour Pantheon & Jewish Ghetto – Approx. 2 hours

Visit several historical sites during this wheelchair accessible walking tour in Rome. Start with a visit to the Pantheon and Piazza della Rotonde. Continue towards the Jewish Ghetto and visit Tiber Island.

Piazza de Campidoglio

Wheelchair Accessible Flexible city tour Piazza Venezia – Approx. 3 – 5 hours (choose your itinerary)

Visit the highlights of Rome during our flexible accessible walking tour. Let us know in advance what you would like to see so we can tailor the tour to your needs. Visit the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Venezia with its imposing Vittoriano Monument to King Vittorio Emanuele II, The Jewish Ghetto or Tiber Island.

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Tours in Rome 

After booking your private accessible Rome tour with us, a wheelchair accessible vehicle will be waiting for you upon arrival to the city or the cruiseport. Your experienced English speaking driver guide will make you feel at home instantly. He is from the region and knows all the hidden gems in and around Rome. With him, you will experience the best local attractions and enjoy a very special day.

About Rome 

Because of the fertile ground, many people settled down at the place we now call Rome. It took a while before Rome became the massive city we know today. It got its immense power of Greece and Egypt. The history of Rome is usually divided into three eras. Before the rise of Rome, the Roman Republic, and the Roman Empire.

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