Lucky American Woman

I have to say that I love this site!!

I have to say that I love this site!! There is so much good information being shared. On our itinerary this summer is Prague, Vienna, Venice (repeat trip) and the Greek Islands. We have already booked hotels. Does anyone have any definite dos and don'ts for these areas? We travel with a motorized wheelchair. Thanks in advance.

06.04.20

Which Greek Islands? Some are more accessible than others.

06.04.20
myagkov

In Venice Lido (with the beach) is a must for me. It is one of the outer islands and has buses and vehicles on it.

06.04.20
MaximN

Parts of Venice are very difficult with a wheelchair but there are some places that are definitely doable.

06.04.20
Sea

Welcome. If any questions just ask ;)

06.04.20

I went to Prague and Vienna last summer. I use a motorized wheelchair. Vienna was easy to get around using the metro. The main areas of Prague are accessible, but bumpy. I took the tram up to the castle. If memory serves me right, certain lines were accessible, others weren’t. I enjoyed both cities immensely

06.04.20
Настя

The main island in Venice that St. Mark's Basilica is on is very flat and accessible as is the waterfront. Found the vaporetto to be super easy. We spent 19 days backpacking in Italy and oddly Venice was some of the easiest terrain

06.04.20

Prague was great in a powered chair. Accessible toilets may be hard to find. The trams are accessible, but only certain times have accessible carriages - the timetable lets you know which.

06.04.20
Настя

Visit Disway.org/en - a social web for disabled travelers founded in the Czech Republic

06.04.20

I agree. This site rocks with so much diversityand info.

06.04.20
Vitaly

that sounds great. Thank you.

06.04.20