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After Disabled Travelers’ recent adventures throughout Africa and in Egypt, we’re heading to a whole new locale today: Rome.This city, with its ancient monuments dating back thousands of years, its amazing churches, and its spectacular food is visited by four million people – and a good many of them are handicapped travelers with special needs.Her travelogues include a look at ancient sites like the Colosseum and Forum, the Jewish Ghetto, the city’s museums, and more.
Some of these include Hotel Mercure Delta Colosseo, a four-star hotel only a little ways from the Colosseum, and the Best Western Hotel Universo, which reportedly has good wheelchair accessible features and Wi-Fi.
For more information on hotels, accessible transportation, and attractions both old and new, check out “Rolling in Rome” – which also has recent, specific tips on streets to use and avoid, and how to approach several of Rome’s antiquities for best access.
Though this review isn’t complimentary about Rome’s efforts to provide accessible travel, it does note that wheelchair riders are advanced to the front of most, if not all lines.
They can also help plan and set up wheelchair accessible weddings or sports events for rollers.
There are a few good options, but Rome being the hub of tourism that it is, be warned that the high quality of desirable hotels will be attended by a steeper than average price.