The following organizations (located in different EU countries) would like to offer special travel opportunities for DiscoverEU participants with disabilities
Prague Organization of Wheelchair Users (Pražská organizace vozíčkářů)
The Prague organization of wheelchair users provides information about Prague public
buildings and transportation options from a physically disabled persons perspective.
- Visit the website at www.presbariery.cz for more information.
- Brochure about 4 accessible walks in Prague available in English, Spanish and Czech.
For more information and support, DiscoverEU travellers can reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the number +420 224 826 078.
Support for trip to/in Munich
Club Behinderter und Ihrer Freunde e.V. is a non-profit association of and for people with disabilities, who support each other and like to talk, laugh and celebrate! CBF will support DiscoverEU travellers in the organization of their accessible trip to and in Munich.
For more information and support, DiscoverEU travellers can reach out to email@example.com, or call +49 089 356 88 08.
Support for trips in Budapest
Mozgássérültek Budapesti Egyesülete (MBE) is a Budapest based association created from and for people with disabilities. If you are travelling with disabilities, and you want to pass by Budapest, MBE will help you organize a fully accessible trip to the city.
For more information and support, DiscoverEU travellers can reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call +36 705 940 817.
Support for trip to/in Matera
Sassiemurgia is a cultural association that promotes the cultural heritage of Matera (2019 European Capital of Culture). They are also a pioneer of accessible tourism in Basilicata. Sassiemurgia will help DiscoverEU travellers to organise their accessible trip to and in Matera. They also offer a 10% discount on their accessible guided tours for Discover EU participants.
For more information and support, DiscoverEU travellers can reach out to email@example.com, or call +39 320 442 9909
Free tactile visits in Rome for visually impaired travellers
Associazione di Volontariato Museum ODV, a Roman association that has brought visually impaired people and arts closer for years, invites DiscoverEU travelers to take part to one of their free tactile visits in the following sites and museums: the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (GNAM), Roots of the Present Museum in Piazza Venezia, Musei Capitolini, Palazzo Barberini, Palazzo Merulana, Villa Medici, Museo Boncompagni, as well as other temporary exhibits. It is also possible to organize a tactile visit to the Vatican Museum.
Tactile visits are a moment of fundamental knowledge for people with visual impairments: tactile exploration techniques are taught that lead to the acquisition of autonomy in understanding images and achieving aesthetic pleasure.
To book your visit, make sure to contact the association at least one month in advance via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via phone on +39 33333963226.
Support for trips to/in Poland
The Polish Disability Forum, a non-profit organization that brings together many associations of people with disabilities from all over Poland, will support DiscoverEU travellers in the organization of their accessible trip to and in Poland.
For more information and support, DiscoverEU travellers can reach out to email@example.com, or call +48 504 006 548.