25. febbraio 2019 - 10:00
Napoli, Napoli
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NAPLES ACCESSIBLE TOUR | lunedì, 25. febbraio 2019




 WE WOULD LIKE TO REMIND YOU


THAT THIS TOUR IS RESERVED FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES 


 


To better organise your tour, please let us know whether you will be travelling alone


or accompanied and which is the type of your disability


Our Association has studied and developed itineraries to facilitate your enjoyable tour


Each tour offers tourist compatible services with the city and the guide will choose


the best itinerary according to the seasonal weather conditions


Our guide may decide for your safety not to do a tour if the meteorological conditions don't allow it


 If you had chosen this tour by error, please cancel your booking


 You can always book another tour, on the day and at the hour that suit you better


 If we don't receive an answer at least 12 hours prior to the beginning of the tour


we will consider it canceled


 


 IN THIS TOUR WE WILL VISIT


Piazza Fuga, via San Felice, scalone Donizetti, salita del Petraio,


Corso Vittorio Emanuele, scalone Montesanto, mercato della Pignasecca,


Spaccanapoli and piazza del Gesù 


 


THE MEETING POINT IS


in Piazza Fuga, quartiere Vomero


in front of the main entrance of the Central Funicular


where you will find us with the JMwalkingtour sign


 


THE TOUR START


 at 10:00 AM and lasts 2 hours in average


and ends at the main entrance of the Museo Archeologico Nazionale


 


 Your arrival 15 minutes before it starts will allow the tour depart on schedule


 


please confirm your participation contact your guide via WhatsApp


 


Bruno  +39 338 400 0452     email


 


Nicola  +39 333 670 8214     email


 


 


The aim of JM project is fundraising for our Organization


many thanks for your support


 


JMwalkingtour is a project by JM no-profit Association which works to render this City sustainable and accessible to all


believes in the values of humanity and in multicultural wealt and strives assiduously to facilitate the daily life of disabled people


in the context of preserving the architectural patrimony of the city


 


JMwalkingtour