- MemberJune 14, 2018 at 1:11 am
Rome and Italy Group is the only Italian Tour Operator specialized in providing services to special needs travellers, since 2007. We are based in Rome and Florence, but we operate all around Italy.
We offer a complete range of incoming services, guaranteeing always 100% accessibility, based on the different disabilities and needs of each one of our Guests. All the Hotels and activities that we are able to propose you, have been tested and certified by our Staff.
What we offer:
-meet & great at the airport, port and train station
– transfer by minivan with lift
– 100% guaranteed accessible hotels all around Italy
– transfers, excursions and activities with no barriers
– technical & medical assistance
– rent of medical and technical equipment
– 24/7 emergency number available
– special services for cruisers
Visit our website for more information: http://www.romeanditaly.com/accessible-tours-for-disabled-rome-and-italy/
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- MemberJuly 24, 2018 at 1:49 am
I was just hired (on contract) by a company in Boulder, CO. USA (just outside Denver, CO.).
I was hired with the understanding that I would not be traveling to customer sites.
However, I was asked what it would take to get me to Italy for two weeks of training. This scares me to no end.
I have many questions about getting there but assuming I can get to Rome (Rauma), can you schedule me transportation from the hotel to the training office and back again? From the airport to the hotel?
Can you recommend a hotel that has good accommodations for people in wheelchairs?
What kind of daily costs would I incur?
The office address is Via Aurora 27 00013 – Fonte Nuova, Italy. If there is a hotel a mile or less away, I could probably just drive my power chair to the office.
Thanks for your help!
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