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Unique sightseeing tours accessible for disabled visitors and friends. Enjoy discovering Prague using our comfortable and easy-to-drive mobility scooters. Private tours with licensed, friendly guides available in various languages. Choose from...more
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I want to thank Lea Skanderova for a wonderful service she provided with her mobility scooter. If it wasn't for this wonderful company my Mom would never have a chance to see and experience Prague as we did back in June. Lea was very nice...More
I wish every tour company was as easy to deal with and friendly like this company. We were a group of six including a disabled adult and two small children. Lida - our tour guide was so nice and was so attentive. Thank you so...More
I am so thankful for this wonderful company! I broke my foot the day a few days before coming to Prague, and I was crushed thinking that I might not be able to explore the famous city at all. I stumbled on Lea's site, but...More
I have mobility issues and couldn't imagine how I was going to manage Prague with its cobblestone streets or walk any distance. Lea Skanderova's tour agency Accessible Prague helped make my trip to Prague special and satisfying. We scheduled three tours with AP--old town/new town,...More
Going to Prague? Have trouble walkng? Contact Lea Skanderova and Scootable Prague. My wife and I spent three glorious days exploring Prague...actually seeing the city! Without the wheels, I would have spent most of that time in the hotel room, with "excursions" limited to a...More
My wife andI contacted Lea several almost a year ago and she has emailed us back and forth planning our trip to Prague . During this time she a wonderful baby boy. So when we came we came with a Texas baby outfit and baby...More
Dagmar was our knowledgeable guide who showed us from the new town, through the old town to the Jewish quarter. We had 3 and a half hours. 1 of us in the mobility scooter, another also disabled and 2 others, always at our own pace...More
Myself and friend had planned this trip to Prague, prior to her having a required muscle operation, which meant that she could not walk without crutches, and should not put too much weight/strain on her leg.
Then I found Lea and her terrific company offering...More
I was thrilled to find this on TA as my mother can hardly walk.
Lea was amazing to deal with, we connected on email and she organised 2 x half day tours as well as a day trip to Karlovy Vary. The scooters and all...More
This was a fantastic experience from the moment we contacted Lea regarding the hire of a manual wheelchair to the moment we met our guide, Lida, for a 3 hour tour of Prague for our family of 3, including our adult disabled son.
Nearly 700 hundred metres long, Wenceslas Square represents the most frequent and buzzing crossroads of the city. The National Museum in the upper part of the square watches over your spending spree in countless shops and retail stores lining the entire square, which ends at Na Příkopě, the most famous shopping street. When tired or broke, you can explore the city's underpasses, which can take you to the Old Town
or to the courtyards of art nouveau houses with secret gems of greenery, white benches and rose bushes that provide unexpected peace in the midst of the city. Be sure to pay a visit to the traditional cafés, classic Czech pubs, cinemas and theatres. National Theatre near the river has a lot to offer to foreigners. Go to the river bank and enjoy live music and drinks while watching a sunset behind Prague Castle.
Look on trip advisor. That is where my wife found. I’ll get later today. You can reserve in advance and pick up in old town at a hotel. Makes Prague so much more accessible. Look at my previous answers for name of a great... More
Look on trip advisor. That is where my wife found. I’ll get later today. You can reserve in advance and pick up in old town at a hotel. Makes Prague so much more accessible. Look at my previous answers for name of a great local guide. Also get Rick Steves guidebook of Prague - Czech Republic.
If you google Prague mobility Lea website is very helpful. I also know the Betterlife sell lightweight wheelchairs which fold down into a hold-all bag I have now bought one and it’s excellent for cruises