One of the most popular excursions for cruise passengers entering La Spezia, a must for disable travelers, is the Private Accessible 8 hour La Spezia Shore Excursion to Florence. Spend your day exploring the many historical and beautiful attractions that call Florence home. This Renaissance city provides you with centuries of art and history as well as many remarkable photo opportunities.
Your day begins with breathtaking drive through the Tuscan countryside in the comfort of your private, wheelchair accessible van and licensed guide. Your first stop will be the Piazzale Michelangelo which offers stunning panoramic views of Florence. Your guide will give you a brief history of the city and all of its important historical figures including artists like Giotto, Dante Alighieri and, of course, Michelangelo.
This La Spezia accessible shore excursion takes you into the city of Florence and by many of the “must-see” attractions. Places like the Piazza dellaSignoria, the political hub of the city, the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore and the adjacent Giotto Bell Tower, a showpiece of Gothic architecture, are important pieces of Florentine history.
Your accessible La Spezia shore excursion also includes a one hour, guided tour of either the Accademia, which houses Michelangelo’s David. Your professional tour guide will make the necessary arrangements for you to use the accessible entrances and ramps to make sure your visit is barrier-free.
Once you have seen all the Florence has to offer, board your wheelchair accessible van for a comfortable ride back to the La Spezia cruise dock or hotel.
- Giotto Bell Tower
- Piazza dellaSignoria
- Piazzale Michelangelo
- Piazza Santa Croce
- Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore
- Piazza dellaRepubblica
- Michelangelo’s David