Beyond our Top 10
There are so many accessible destinations to choose from! Beyond our Top 10 here are a few more we think you may be interested in.
This capital has lots to offer, both with information and accessibility. Vienna has an official travel page with accessible attractions, places to eat, famous opera houses and theatres.
As this country’s biggest city, Oslo has achieved close to fully accessible public transport. The harbour destination’s boats and ferries are also known to be accessible.
Aside the river Rhine, Cologne has driven accessibility improvements since 2004 and welcomes more people with various accessible tour options to experience landmarks such as its famous Cathedral. Also, a local brewery if this may interest you!
This capital has a dedicated accessibility Vice-Mayor, focused on developing improvements for access. Throughout the city ramps are in place, with cross points for pedestrians designed for people with visual impairment and wheelchair users.
Berlin is well known for its focus for accessibility, collaborating to drive the removal of barriers people may face with mobility. Most improvements have involved buildings open to the public, as well as transport.
Scandinavia in general is a major forward-thinker in terms of accessibility. This applies inclusive of Copenhagen’s contemporary Black Diamond building, historical Palace, and amusement park. Lots of exploring to do whatever your interests!