In Venice you can move around by foot or by boat. Most of the several islands that compose the city are connected by more than 400 bridges.
And yet, if you use a wheelchair, it is possible to see a lot in Venice. There are specific itineraries that can be done even by those that have problems in walking. I have written three blogposts on accessible Venice, here are the links (in English):
If you wish me to accompany you, feel free to contact me via email.
When visiting churches in Venice, don’t forget you need to cover your shoulders – a shawl will do – and wear bermudas or skirts reaching your knee. Please consider also, for security reasons, you will not be allowed in St Mark’s church and museums with a large backpack or bulky bags. There will be checkrooms in any cases, free of charge, where you can store your bag during the visit.
If you are asking some advice regarding hotels and restaurants or osterie in Venice, I will be glad to give some advice via email.Contact point: firstname.lastname@example.org