The destinations with the best accessibility facilities

Stockholm (Sweden) - Stockholm has been investing in accessibility ever since it set itself the goal to become one of the most accessible cities in the world.

Stockholm (Sweden) - This means it has wide, flat streets and pavements, and public transport that is highly adapted for this purpose.

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, but visible across the English capital's public transportation system. 

Playa del Carmen (Mexico) - Playa del Carmen is popular with travelers from around the world, but it is also famous for is accessibility.

Playa del Carmen (Mexico) - Hotels and even beaches have been adapted to be more accessible for visitors with disabilities. As it's a small city, getting around is usually quite simple too.

Ljubljana (Slovenia) - Ljubljana's transport system is pretty good in terms of accessibility, and the Slovenian capital is also considered one of the most sustainable cities in the world.

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.

Melbourne (Australia) - The city has one of the most highly accessible public transport systems in the world, comprising trains, buses and trams.

Barcelona (Spain) - Barcelona's good accessibility legacy has lasted ever since the city hosted the 1992 Olympic Games.

Barcelona (Spain) - As well as flat streets and adapted public transport, tourist attractions are also fairly accessible for those with mobility restrictions.

Las Vegas (United States) - Las Vegas draws crowds to its casinos and nightclubs, and wheelchair users certainly aren't left behind.

Las Vegas (United States) - Access ramps are found in many hotels, theaters and casinos, and public transport also has adaptations to improve its accessibility.

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