Italy for the Mobility Challenged

This article originally appeared in the November 2012 issue of Dream of Italy. Updated 2018.  Unlike the United States, Italy does not have a national law like the Americans with Disabilities Act that requires buildings, sidewalks and public transportation to meet certain accessibility standards. Instead, municipalities, each with their unique assortment of ruins and centuries-old buildings and cobblestone streets, determine…

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