The Verona Minor Hierusalem churches are fully accessible. They offer the opportunity for everyone, including visitors with physical or cognitive disabilities, to safely and fully enjoy their works of art. In addition to the gradual elimination of architectural barriers (all churches have special platform lifts), special tools, including digital ones, are available to volunteers to welcome and support the widest number of people.
Discover examples of accessibility for the visually impaired, such as the marble reproduction of the Roman sarcophagus in the church of San Giovanni in Valle or the bas-relief of the floor labyrinth in the church of San Giorgio in Braida.
To find out about all the other accessibility elements, check out the section Making the Invisible Visible.