From Sweden To France, Anyone Can Visit Europe
A Bit About Europe
This region was originally formed over a hundred centuries ago, with both culture and boundaries mixed, and the vibrant locations of Europe have seen many people falling in love with the exotic offerings displayed in some of its unique landscapes from land to sea. Visitors from all over the world frequent European destinations because of what they have to offer, which is incomparable to the rest of the world.
It is without a doubt, one of the most visited places in the entire world, which ironically is also the smallest, and for good reason, there is an assortment of different locations anyone can visit and each one provides a unique experience for travellers, to get either an authentic cultural feel for any of the European city vibes or perhaps to just enjoy some sun, sea and sand under your feet.
The plus point is, even those who are disabled have the opportunity to visit these places and we look at a few of these options available to people who are disabled, below, so they too can enjoy what nature has provided.
European Destinations One Must Visit
From the breathtaking sceneries of Spain to the skyscrapers of Frankfurt and the Norwegian Fjords, Europe has a variety of exciting tourist attractions to offer including various Europe tours for people with disabilities. There are the ‘Dutch Tulip Experience’ tours created just for this purpose, which includes coaches to various locations in the Netherlands, which includes a tour of its traditional villages, all surrounded by a magnificent array of different coloured tulips.
Plus, you can sample some of their authentic foods displayed on every restaurant’s menu. Hands down, Amsterdam is one of the liveliest cities in Europe, not to mention it has the best entertainment selection.
According to the online source Lonely Planet, Sicily is known as the ‘eternal crossroads of the Mediterranean’ and for good reason. It has a diversity of unique and breath-taking landscapes to make your eyes water, and its rich cultural traditions include some exquisite culinary options. The majority of the capital of the island is kitted with wheelchair-accessible pathways and the restaurants cater for patrons from all walks of life.
Their modern public transport system also takes into consideration those with disabilities and the people are warm and friendly, so you are never short of help, which is always available to any traveller. Ancient temples and gigantic columns are displayed amongst the papyrus plants in the towns that inhabit some of the oldest Greek ruins that you won’t find anywhere else.
Other popular Wheel-chair Accessible Destinations
There are in total, 44 different places in Europe to choose from and some of the other popular destinations in the heart of Europe that have many facilities such as wheel-chair accessible holiday packages for everyone, include Denmark, Sweden, Rome, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, France and more. Why sit at home wishing you could be part of the tour when there are options for you to have just as much fun as the guy next door?