Travelling through Romania is a great experience and you can do so many activities and see so many things, but finding your way around is not very easy. You can of course organise your own trip, but moving around, especially if you are travelling in a wheelchair, is complex due to architectural barriers and non accessible public transport and trains. Also, the lovely little towns have often cobblestone pavements, and lastly information on the accessibility of hotels is difficult to find.
This is why we present here the tours organized by Sano Touring, a local agency specialized in travel and hospitality for people with disabilities. Their packages are conceived specifically for people with mobility and visual impairments and not only they have a long running experience in the field, but they are well informed by taking part in many accessible tourism projects on a European level.
They organize full package tours or you can contact them for one guided tour or just to rent the mobility equipment you need: they are a great and fun customer-oriented team!
If you want a first hand review of their tours, check out Anthony’s blog, The Geordie Traveller, for a detailed Romanian adventure story, and the beautiful photos by his friend and photographer Kathryn Cooper.