6 Accessible Friendly Days Out in Ireland
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Accessing Tokyo by Wheelchair
Hotel rooms in Japan are very limited so booking ahead is most essential and it is best not to rely upon internet bookings if you have access requirements.
Wheely Accessible Tower Bridge
As one of London’s iconic landmarks Tower Bridge (often mistaken as London Bridge) is a fantastic tourist attraction for those people who use a wheelchair.
ADA Grand Canyon Train
The Grand Canyon Train Company try to make the experience as enjoyable as possible and even offer accessible transportation within the National Park on arrival.
SPAIN - Autism Friendly City Fair
This year, however, the city authorities have taken advice from the Seville Association of Asperger Syndrome (Asperger - TEA Sevilla) who lobbied for a quiet period during the fair so that those fairgoers with Autism and their families and friends could enjoy the fiesta too.
A City Break in Lisbon
Lisbon is rich in architecture and has several museums showcasing everything from art to period costume as well as royal history.
Limitless Travel Top 5
Elouise Mullen gives an insight into her top 5 favourite, accessible tourist attractions.
Belfast - A Great Place to Visit
If you’re a looking for a city break over the summer, Belfast is a great destination. A small cosmopolitan city, it has a lot to offer travellers interested in a city destination.
The Inhospitable Hospitality Trade
I would like to be spontaneous when I visit a city and not have to spend half of my time on the telephone making sure that their business in accessible.
5 Days in Chicago
We packed in a lot of activity over the five days and certainly felt like we had seen a great deal of the city and experienced a lot of what was on offer. We enjoyed the food and hospitality of the Chicago people and would definitely want to head back again, maybe for Christmas!