The destinations with the best accessibility facilities
Stockholm (Sweden): Stockholm has been investing in accessibility ever.
Stockholm (Sweden): This means it has wide, flat streets and pavements.
Vienna (Austria): Fairly flat streets make Vienna a great destination for wheelchair users.
Vienna (Austria): Tourist attractions and businesses are generally well adapted in terms of accessibility.
Berlin (Germany): The German city is one of the best adapted urban centers for visitors with mobility issues.
Berlin (Germany): As well as accessible streets and hotels, Berlin's public transport has also been well adapted.
London (United Kingdom): Disrespect to wheelchair users in London is a crime according to a law that was passed in the 1990s.
London (United Kingdom): And respect for wheelchair users is not on paper alone.
Playa del Carmen (Mexico): Playa del Carmen is popular with travelers from around the world.
Playa del Carmen (Mexico): Hotels and even beaches have been adapted to be more accessible for visitors.
Ljubljana (Slovenia): Ljubljana's transport system is pretty good in terms of accessibility.
Ljubljana (Slovenia): Elevators to help wheelchair users can be found around the city.
Melbourne (Australia): In Melbourne, public buildings generally have special entrance facilities for people with mobility difficulties.