Hi! If you are looking for Venice tours for blind and partially sighted visitors, this is the place!
Experiences will be run with my expert friend and art colleague dr. Federica Montesanto and associazione IsolaTour
We can customize this Venice for blind and partially sighted visitors tour according to your interests!
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Thanks to Isola Tour association, UICVE (Unione Italiana Ciechi sezioni di Mestre Venezia) and with my colleague dott.ssa Federica Montesanto I created some special multisensorial tactile tours and experiences in the floating city, our Venice. Yes, Venice can be a very tactile city.We are ready to help you discover the beauty of Venice with a specific tactile approach.
During the experiences (Tactile tours for blind and partially sighted visitors in Venice) we will meet the Venetian art and architecture for example at the Gallerie dell’Accademia with a specific and even funny approach. Contact me for other itineraries.
Travellers who are blind or partially sighted can arrange a fully guided tactile tour of important venetian museums or specials sites such as the mystic Garden of the Discalced Carmelites Friars at the S. Mary of Nazareth Church.
In order to develop a real sense of the venetian history, its architecture and art, travellers have the opportunity to talk with us before booking Tactile tours for blind and partially sighted visitors in Venice and we will explain you the different opportunities and what is possible to touch (original pieces of art or various specially made models and other objects) during special tactile tours for blind and partially sighted visitors in Venice.
Contact us for creating 100% tailored tactile tours for blind and partially sighted visitors in Venice: email@example.com leaving your phone number
The goal of our Tactile tours for blind and partially sighted visitors in Venice that distinguishes us is the desire to make the Venetian cultural heritage more accessible by trusting in the inclusive power of art with an ad hoc preparation built over time