Posted November 14th, 2017, 04:43 PM
Hello, I'm going on a Baltic cruise (Bergen to Stockholm with a stop in St. Petersburg). I use a wheelchair but can climb onto a bus and walk short distances with help (balance problems). My wheelchair is collapsible. I found some private excursions with wheelchair lifts but they are pricey. Any suggestions? And if I splurge on just just a couple excursion, which are the not to be missed ones?
several years ago we used Anastasia who arranged wheelchair provision for Hermitage
next year we are going with TJ tours who have arranged free wheelchair for whole of tour and even offered wheelchair pusher free of charge
We are 5 people in 6 seater van and paying $340 each
you will probably be able to attract tourmates from your roll call who want a low level activity to cut costs but don't limit yourself to a big bus tour -private tour guides will work with you to maximise your experience