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At tabl. we are pleased to report there are a number of food tours in Florence with accessibility for wheelchair users. As, despite the city's old and cobbled streets, getting out and about in the modern era is no longer the challenge it once was.

The vast majority of museums, galleries and iconic sites in Florence are now wheelchair friendly, having put in place the support needed. Accessible lifts and ramps are available in many of the main tourist attractions, as well as local bars and restaurants catering for any personal requirements.

Food Tours in Florence with Wheelchair Access

As such, foodies visiting Florence are able to get out and about in their wheelchair ready to enjoy a food tour without any restrictions. Below we have chosen our top 5 food tours in Florence that advertise coming with accessibility for wheelchair users.

Morning Street Food Tour of Florence

Here we visit the Sant'Ambrogio market which has an amazing atmosphere and is made up of colourful delicatessens, greengrocers, butchers and bakeries.

Various stands provide free samples of the fresh produce, including ‘lampredotto’, a rotisserie speciality. All the food tastings will be paired with local wine throughout the tour.

Your tour guide will tell you more about Florentine cuisine, as well as show you some artisan shops and architectural points of interest.

Day Trip to Pisa, Siena and San Gimignano (Lunch Included)

A stunning full-day trip to four beautiful Italian places, where you can try out a feast of Tuscan cuisines. You will visit the best local food stores, restaurants, and wine bars.

There will be a selection of luxury tastings of fresh truffles and artisan chocolate, along with an insight into the regional food history. You will have mouth-watering gelato and relax with a glass of chianti at the end of the tour.

Private Food Tour of the Central Market

This culinary experience is a private visit to the San Lorenzo market, allowing you a more personal rapport with your guide. As such, they will help take the route with the best accessibility for wheelchair users. Enabling you to discover the amazing Florentine food as you take in the sites and smells of the market.

The local stall owners will be on hand to tell you stories and anecdotes behind their products as you travel through the market. Traders happily let you sample produce that takes your fancy – in fact, almost anything you like!

Chianti Wine and Food on an Organic Farm

If you are very passionate about the environment - this tour is our best-selling private organic tour! Leaving the city behind we visit the finest organic farms in Tuscany. Here you can find out about the main differences between organic and conventional wines.

Tuscany has many important organic and biodynamic wineries in the heart of the Chianti region, making it an obvious choice. As when others were switching to modern pesticide farming, here the owners remained loyal to their organic origins.

Florence: Eat Like a Local Private Food Tour

Meanwhile, back in Florence, you can try some of the city's best food, eating alongside the locals on this private food tour. As this particular tour is 100% personalised, it makes it even easier to ensure there is plenty of accessibility for wheelchair owners.

Simply ensure your guide is aware before you set off and they will help make your tour as comfortable as possible. Even when visiting the likes of the historic Saint Abrogio Market. After all, there really isn't any reason to miss out on the same quality of food and wine as everyone else!

Booking Food Tours in Florence with Accessibility for Wheelchair Users

As well as being rewarded with tips and dinner options from your experienced local guides, we also have plenty of other food and drink experiences in Florence online. If you're looking for further advice regarding food tours in Florence with accessibility for wheelchair users, please feel free to contact us. If you have any concerns, we can reach out to our suppliers before booking should you require assistance.

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