Accessible city break to Venice

Made up of 118 islands, all linked together by bridges with this in mind Venice is not fully accessible but with planning and effort it can still be enjoyed.

Why Able2Go Recommends Venice for your next accessible city break

  • Waterbuses are highly reliable and most are accessible. (Tickets for wheelchair users cost on average 1.30 euro for 75 minutes and a companion travels free)
  • An accessible Venice map was put together in 2012 this can be a real help for planning a route to take in all the sights that Venice has to offer.
  • The main city of Venice is compact.

Able2Go ‘Must Dos’ in Venice

1) Plan your visit accordingly – if Venice is a must do for you then planning is key to having a successful trip (at Able2Go we can help to plan an itinerary with you that is perfect for your stay).
2) Saint Mark’s Basilica – A monument made unique by both its history and the magnificence of its interior. (Access to this is limited and only available in the morning).
3) Piazza San Marco – The hub of Venice (Saint Mark’s square).