Greece is a really interesting and complex country in terms or history and art, and is therefore very well geared up for people exploring this. Because of its need to be accessible to all people, it deals with many languages and needs, and is very orientated around disabled people. While the Greeks and Romans didnít build their buildings to accommodate all the facilities we have today for disabled people to get out and about, there is a great level of accessibility which has been created for this very purpose. It is still very easy to enjoy all of the history and architecture without having to go out of your way specifically.
All the main cities have hotels and attractions which accommodate disabled people with the use of lifts and ramps, and many will be able to personally help you. People of Greece are very friendly and amicable, and you will have no problems getting around the cities with ease and comfort. All the public transport is very well geared up for disabled residents, and there is a great deal of other facilities laid on, including taxis and car hire, with vehicles specially adapted for disabled customers. There is nothing which you will have to miss out on in Greece as a disabled person.
In terms of the beach, all are adapted so that disabled visitors can make use of them, with boardwalks and pathways suited to the needs of a wheelchair user. The hotels are very accommodating and will go out of their way to help you, whether that be with carrying bags or helping you to breakfast. The hotels are there to look after their visitors and will do everything possible to do just that. They are all looking out for your best interests. Whichever part of Greece you choose to visit, your stay will be simple and hassle free, with comfort and ease being the main priority for disabled visitors in Greece.
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