At Celebrity, we’re proud to help all our guests see more of the world. Our dedicated accessible shore excursions team will make it possible for everyone in your party to have unforgettable experiences in the port cities you visit.
Before your cruise departs, email the team your itinerary at email@example.com, and mention what you and your fellow travelers would like to see and do while you’re ashore. Our Shore Excursion Coordinator can help you find out if there are accessible tours in that port, and recommend which of them seems to be right for you.
These guided wheelchair accessible cruise excursions include tours of city centers and ancient ruins, scenic drives along the coast or trips to the area’s most beautiful beaches, and even wheelchair accessible trains like the White Pass Scenic Railway in Skagway, Alaska that offer amazing views of natural wonders.
Take a guided tour of the Berlin Wall, an iconic symbol of the Cold War. Drive through the Government District, past Kaiser Wilhelm church and the bustling Gendarmenmarkt Plaza, to Checkpoint Charlie, one of the city's most important landmarks. View Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag parliament building, while learning more about Berlin’s history before and after WWII. Experience the beautiful Ernst Thämann-Park, and the impressive Alexanderplatz public square, named after Russian Tsar Alexander I. Then, end your day with a visit to Hitler’s bunker, and the moving Holocaust Memorial.
Visit the ruins of ancient Pompeii in a wheelchair-accessible van. See the Necropolis and the Cast of Victims on accessible routes, escorted by your private guide. Tour the charming city of Sorrento, where you can admire the beautiful Baroque architecture, and the historic Main Square, then stop for a delicious lunch at a Neopolitan outdoor café. Take some photos of the stunning Bay of Naples, then drive through the scenic hills to the seaside town of Positano, named for the Greek God Poseidon. Enjoy some amazing panoramic views of the Amalfi coast, before heading back to the ship.
Take a short drive to historic Fort San Cristobal, where you’ll learn about Puerto Rico’s epic battles with the Spanish, English, Dutch and Americans. Ride an elevator to the main level of the fort and use accessible routes to get to the theatre and exhibition areas. Visit the breathtaking El Capitolio, where the House of Representatives and the Senate conduct business, and Casa Olimpica, home of the Puerto Rico Olympic Committee. Then, head to Paseo De La Princesa, a beautiful boulevard in Old Town San Juan with outdoor market stands and spectacular ocean views in the background.