1. Naples: Wheelchair Friendly City Tour
Embark on a wheelchair friendly tour of the Naples city center and seafront which connects you from point to point by a wheelchair accessible van. For those with mobility restrictions, this tour is the best way to take a comprehensive look at Naples in a short period of time. Your accessible sightseeing excursion will last around three hours and explore two different areas of the city. In the first half of the tour, explore monumental Naples, taking in historically and culturally significant sights like Piazza Plebiscito (Naples' central square), Gallery Umberto I (a fully-restored shopping arcade built at the end of the nineteenth century, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the Royal Palace (home to the kings of the city state of Naples before the unification of Italy), San Carlo Theatre (the oldest, continually active opera house in the world), and Castel Nuovo (a central and prominent medieval castle first built in 1279). Following your guided tour of these important landmarks, you will be treated to a panoramic drive along the seafront of Naples. Taking the scenic Via Caracciolo through the seaside neighborhood of Mergellina, you will make your way to Posillipo Hill, once a favored site for ancient Roman villas. Take in views of the sparkling Mediterranean to end a beautiful day in Naples.