Church dedicated to San Giorgio, built in the fifteenth century, on the site where the castle of Castegnero was previously located. Repeatedly embellished with improvement measures, it owes its present appearance to the restoration carried out in the 19th century. The Church houses paintings by G. Carpioni, G. Lazzarini, e C. Menarola.
We can provide accessible services for
- People with motor impairments
- People who use a wheelchair
- People of very large or small stature
- People who are deaf or have hearing impairments
- People without speech or with speech impairments
- People with learning difficulties, autism, other cognitive and developmental impairments
- People with allergy or asthma
- People with long-term health problems (e.g. respiratory and circulatory conditions or invisible disabilities)
People who are frail, lacking in strength or stamina
AT THE VENUE
The parking is adjacent to the entrance
- The pavement surface of the route to the entrance is made of asphalt
- The route to the entrance is flat
- The main entrance has 3 steps.
- The main entrance door is manual.
- The clear width of the door opening, when fully open is 180 cm.
- The alternative entrance can be reached by a ramp.
- There are no public use toilets.
The accessibility information was collected through Pantou Access Statement – www.pantou.org
The Pantou Access Statement, when completed by a supplier, is intended only as an advisory document and it cannot guarantee the level of accessibility that is stated by the said supplier. Neither Pantou, ENAT or the European Commission can be held responsible for any loss or damages that may result from the use of information that is contained in the Pantou Access Statement. Visitors are always advised to contact the establishment / company in advance of a visit or making a booking to verify the information that is given in this statement.