Barrier free travel • Palazzo Vecchio

Barrier-free travel in Florence following the museum routes created to have tourism accessible to all. The city works continuously to try to remove architectural barriers so that everyone can enjoy our wonders.
𝐏𝐚𝐥𝐚𝐳𝐨 𝐕𝐞𝐜𝐜𝐡𝐢𝐨, the symbol of the city and seat of its government, is one of Florence’s oldest buildings that has created specific routes for those with special needs.

Barrier-free travel: Palazzo Vecchio

For visitors with reduced mobility:
The entrance can be reached on the floor on Via dei Gondi, Cortile della Dogana.
The internal routes can be reached on the flat, by ramp, with stairlift or elevator.
The mezzanine, the patrol walkway and the tower are not accessible to visitors in wheelchairs.
The archaeological area of the Roman Theatre is accessible only with a guide.
Bathroom is on the ground floor: door width 83 cm, toilet with handle.
For blind and visually impaired visitors, guided tours are available by the MUS.E. Association.
For deaf visitors there is a video guide in LIS (Italian Sign Language) and dedicated guided tours by the Associazione MUS.E.

The report with information on accessibility has been realized by Handy Superabile, a non-profit association, engaged in the promotion of projects for the “superaAbile tourism”.

Handy Superabile association helped us to make our apartment – Residenza de Boni in Florence – as accessible as possible to all guests with special needs.