Accessible Travel is on the Rise
Travel by people with disabilities, also known as disabled travel or accessible travel is on the rise. The travel industry is waking up to the special needs of travellers with disabilities by providing more services and greater accommodation.
Travel Restrictions – Covid-19
Travel restrictions are beginning to lift. If you have a disability and are considering international travel we found some accessible cities for you to visit.
These towns are generally considered the most disability-friendly cities in the world.
In 2013, Berlin won the European Union City Access Award for its efforts to create one of the most accessible cities in all of Europe.
A winner of the European Union Access City Awards, in 2016, for turning this classic city from virtually inaccessible to one of the best on the continent for the handicapped.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
If you are considering a longer flight not only is the transportation system accessible, but numerous ferry options that explore the country’s fjords are also wheelchair-friendly. The city also has a bus system that is entirely accessible.
Not only is the transportation system accessible, but numerous ferry options that explore the country’s fjords are also wheelchair-friendly.
In addition to the many accessible areas of this great city, as well as its plethora of accessible hotel rooms, the Guinness Brewery tour is wheelchair accessible.
High on the list of any person with a disability with a travel bug should be Sydney, one of the most accessible cities in the world. Many restaurants and stores have flat entries and even such iconic sites as the Sydney Opera House are accessible.
Another ancient city with plenty of ancient infrastructure. The city has wheelchair-friendly transportation, ramps installed on pavement, and one of the highest concentration of hotels with accessible rooms.
If you would like more information on Accessible Travel we found some interesting links:
https://www.accessiblejourneys.com/ – Vacation planner and tour operator exclusively for wheelchair travelers, their families and friends.
https://www.disabledholidays.com/ – U.K.-based travel agency for accessible vacations and cruises
http://www.executiveclasstravelers.com/1/ – Comprehensive listing of accessible travel specialists around the world
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