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Accessible Itinerary

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Though the city centre of Venice, built on a hundred small islands connected by more than 400 bridges, can seem to be one of the least accessible places in the world, following very simple routes that include sights and places without architectural barriers, people with motor or sensory disability can also enjoy this marvellous city and soak up its undisputable magic.

The itinerary that we suggest here touches the main city points which can be reached by transport means and which are equipped with facilities to get over architectural barriers: from the walking area to Rialto , from San Polo to Dorsoduro, discovering the most important museums and churches of the city.

For your ”accessible” accommodation in Venice, Hotel Santa Chiara, situated in Piazzale Roma, overlooking the Grand Canal, and few minutes from the train station of Santa Lucia, give to handicapped guests and the one with motor disability on disposal an accessible structure which is suited for the multiple needs of space and parking.

Because to visit and stay in Venice is a dream of many and the right for all.


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