If you feel like discovering it, in this week’s post we give you some tips for your next accessible trip to Prague.
Find the best accessible hotels in Prague
Perhaps Prague seems like an inaccessible city at first glance. Its cobbled streets and historic buildings can give us the wrong impression. However, the Czech capital works every year to remove barriers in its monuments, and there are many accommodations that are accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Travegali.com has a variety of hotels in this destination. Therefore, users with reduced mobility can book and have their accessible room guaranteed.
On our website you can see the photographs and accessibility information of each hotel. We recommend the B&B Hotel Prague-City and the Holiday Inn Prague Congress Center. If you have any questions, you can contact our free Concierge service. We will help you plan your accessible trip.
Download your Prague Accessible Travel Guide
Our guide offers you an accessible five-day itinerary to Prague. In addition, it includes information on other activities recommended for people with reduced mobility, transportation or medical care.
The writing and format of the document are simple, so it is possible to refer to it and easily find the information you need. Download it for free!
Easily locale barrier-free routes
The official website of the City of Prague Tourism is a great source of information for planning your trip. In addition, its accessibility map will help you orient yourself during your stay. You will know what the surfaces, bathrooms, possible stairs and other characteristics of the mapped buildings are like.
Another way to get around the barriers is to take a guided tour of the city. Prague City Tourism offers you the possibility to choose a route suitable to your needs.
Take a boat tour on the Vltava River
Enjoying a sightseeing tour by boat allows us to observe the charms of the city more calmly. This would undoubtedly be one of our recommended accessible activities.
As Prague Boats specifies on its official website, the company has adapted boats (Grand Bohemia, Bohemia Rhapsody and Agnes de Bohemia) and accessible docks. However, wheelchair users should check in advance the availability of the cruise and where it will sail from.
Eat at a good accessible restaurant
Before making a reservation at a restaurant, it is advisable to call or check the website to ensure that they have the necessary facilities for people with physical disabilities. However, these are some of the establishments suggested by the Tourism of the City of Prague:
• Gran Café Orient
• Hard Rock Cafe
• Café NONA
• Mánes Restaurant
• Kolkovna Olympia Restaurant
• Lobkowicz Palace Café – Lobkowiczký palác
• Písek Gate (Písecká brána)
• Boutique Hotel Jalta
• Oblaca Restaurant
• AUREOLE Restaurant
• Cukrář Skála in the Šporkovský Palace
Other places can be found marked on the accessibility map that we have mentioned above.
Rent mobility equipment
Tell us, what other things would you like to know about Prague?