Don’t let your disability hold you back: 4 wheelchair friendly destinations you won’t want to miss

Don’t let your disability hold you back: 4 wheelchair friendly destinations you won’t want to miss
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No matter what your disability may be, everyone deserves to be able to get away from it all and enjoy a relaxing holiday. But when your disability involves mobility issues and the use of a wheelchair, the idea of heading abroad can feel a little intimidating to say the least.

If your disability is the result of an accident and you’re still coming to terms with what happened to you – if you were the victim of an accident that wasn’t your fault then this Gail Walton lawyer can help you get the compensation you deserve  – then the idea of getting around freely on holiday or helping a family member get around whilst you holiday together might be a concern.

So, with this in mind, I’ve found 4 wheelchair friendly destinations that you won’t want to miss.

Barcelona, Spain

Glorious weather, good food, world-famous architecture and accessibility friendly. Barcelona stands apart from other city breaks. There’s plenty to see and do in Barcelona, with the majority of the city being flat and wheelchair accessible, you’ll be able to gaze at the architecture and indulge in some authentic tapas with ease. Exploring the city is also straightforward with its wheelchair friendly metro station and local buses also having access for those with additional needs. There are very few difficulties you’ll face in the heart of Spain. Even the beaches aren’t out of bounds. 

Milan, Italy

Not many cities can say that they’ve won awards for their accessibility, but Milan can. The heart of fashion and culture, this cosmopolitan city is a great destination for those with mobility issues. Many of its famous museums are wheelchair accessible and famous landmarks are easy to get to without concern. You can eat your way through this glorious city and soak up the history, elegance and atmosphere as you go.

Berlin, Germany

When it comes to access and inclusion, Berlin is breaking down barriers. Another city that has been awarded an accolade for its accessibility, Berlin is a must-see for history buffs. From sprawling gardens to museums and art galleries fit to burst with breathtaking pieces and moments from history, Berlin is ideal for those looking for a little culture. Berlin also has a popular vegan scene so if you’re tempted to try a meat-free frankfurter then now is your chance!

Tenerife

The canary islands have long been regarded as the perfect place to soak up a little sun and watch the world go by. And now, even if your mobility is restricted you can still enjoy this hugely popular holiday destination, without worrying about missing out or struggling to get around. Tenerife is bursting with wheelchair-friendly restaurants and bars which means that the fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. With many of its hotels now adapted for wheelchair users and those with disabilities, car parks with dedicated disabled parking, and wider pavements and promenades so you can enjoy the view of the sandy beaches, it’s easy to enjoy your much-needed break in Tenerife. Just don’t forget the sunscreen!


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