Disabled Holidays: Prague Home of Endless Accessible Attractions
- Written by Allan Harris
Prague, the outstanding capital city of Czech Republic, opens its doors to disabled holiday-makers. With an aim to ensure that every tourist feels satisfied, what makes Prague a true heaven for the disabled tourist is the fact that it does not make anyone feel discriminated.
At Prague, you not only experience charm at its best but also convenience that goes beyond expectations. A beautiful city, there are a number of reasons that make Prague such a favorable holidays destination for tourists, irrespective of their physical abilities. Offering many scenic sights and impressive strokes of genius, Prague is simply stunning and truly tempting.
For things to do and places to see in the area, the options are endless. Nicknamed ‘city of a hundred spires’, Prague strives to elevate your holiday experience with all the opulence and amenities that the city has to offer. Some of the most disabled friendly attractions are as follows:
Prague’s most prominent landmark, Zizkov Tower is a television tower. Standing a height of 216 meters, it is truly a masterpiece of architecture. With its unconventional design, there is an elevator that takes you to the impressive gallery 100 meters above the ground. The Zizkov Tower offers the most breathtaking view of the entire city. Also nestled here are a café and restaurant.
The meeting point of the three famous squares in Prague namely Wenceslas Square, Charles Square and Senovazne Square, Jindrisska Tower is about 68 meters high. Promising pleasantly panoramic vistas of the city, there is a lift featured here that specifically caters to the needs of the disabled.
Famous for its concert hall, Municipal House allures visitors through its gold trimming, stunning stained glass and impressive sculpture. Facilities offered here for the disabled include special parking bays, hearing aids, special places for wheelchairs, ramps, etc. Moreover, there are huge discounts offered for the disabled audience.
Taking ease to new heights for the disabled, at National Gallery, renovations have been made to cater to the special needs of the physically impaired. Featuring touch sections for the blind, there are also touching copies of exhibits of the great artists so that the blind can touch and perceive their distinctive shapes in their minds. Moreover, stairs have been avoided to provide freedom of mobility and ramps can be found throughout the gallery.
Ensuring excellent amenities to guarantee every visitor the independence he/she desires, at Prague you can garner unforgettable memories.