accessible is Paris? It the Louvre accessible, too?
The Rijchmuseum in Amsterdam has ASL tours?
Accessible cabs are available in London? And how about the
Rome buses? And a "gondola" ride?
Is the worldwide famous "La Scala" Theater accessible?
How to travel in Europe by train?
What about museums, churches, castles and archeological sites,
gardens, natural parks,...?
In general we can affirm that Europe has high standards of
accessibility; the European laws guarante to disabled people
the right to access public buildings like museums, hotels
and restaurants, railways stations and airports, post offices
This important rule is not always strictly followed but the
most part of the tourist attractions are easy accessible to
everybody. Norther Europe is usually more accessible than
Southern Europe countries, but in the South too there are
"good news" and things are changing!
section is under costruction, only few links are working.
We are on the way to provide you all the information
you need to choose your itinerary around Europe to travel
in safe and confort.
We are working to organize a complete information resurce
regarding accessibility in Europe and in the Mediterranean
Your information and suggestions are welcomed!
If you have any question regarding accessibility in
We will answer you as soon as possible.