The three-day “Florence without barriers” itinerary offers accessible destinations and directions; how to arrive, how to get around and public transport options. Some places of interest, such as museums, churches and the cathedral, are adapted for those with disabilities (equipped bathrooms, wheelchair rental).
However, the historic centre of the city, can present some obstacles and can at times be difficult to move about (think of small sidewalks and irregular pavements). This article attempts to recommend the best route, designed for those who have accessibility needs.
Here are the unmissable tourist spots of Florence: monuments and beautiful places in the city.