Accessible Travel

Lima is a difficult city for wheelchairs, with uneven sidewalks without ramps and infrequent pedestrian crossings (that drivers never heed). Crossing signals at traffic lights lack audio aids. Most large, modern hotels have elevators and one or two accessible, ground floor rooms. While infrastructure in the city is lacking, locals do try to be helpful.

Governmental agency Conadis offers Spanish-language information and advocacy for accessible travel.