In the latest in our new series of blogposts on the most accessible cities in Europe, we are visiting a place that has an obsession with all forms of wheeled transport: Amsterdam. It’s a city that loves bicycles, so as a consequence it is no surprise that it is also a fantastic destination for those of us who use a mobility scooter or wheelchair to get about. Add in an extensive and accessible public transport system and the fact that it is one of the flattest cities in Europe and you can see why it makes for the perfect accessible getaway.… Read more
For the fourth in our series of blogposts on accessible getaways abroad, we head to Berlin. The German capital is one of the most fascinating cities in Europe: rich in history, art and culture. It also very accessible for those of us with different mobility needs. So, here is Quingo Scooters’ guide to just a few of the best accessible sights in Berlin.
The spectacular Charlottenburg Palace was home to the Prussian royal family for hundreds of years, and today it is one of Berlin’s most popular attractions.… Read more
This is the third in our series of blogposts on accessible getaways abroad, and this time we are headed to Denmark’s capital, Copenhagen. It is, without doubt, one of the most accessible cities in Europe.
When you consider that a third of Danes in the city use bikes on a daily basis, it is no surprise that so much of this fantastic city has been designed with wheels in mind. You’ll find it a simple and straightforward place to get around, with ramps in all the right places and accessible public transport links across the city.… Read more
For this second blogpost in our new accessible getaways abroad series, we’re visiting one of the most famous cities in Europe: the ‘Eternal City’ of Rome.
With its ancient ruins, street cafes and fantastic food, Rome is wonderful city to spend time in. While there are few issues for disabled visitors here and there (not least, cobblestones and those famous seven hills), don’t let that put you off. Most of the city’s most famous sites are accessible to visitors with various mobility requirements.… Read more
We’re now expanding our accessible travel guides to Europe, and so in this first post of the new series we’re taking you to Paris, the ‘City of Light’. It is one of the most famous cities in the world as well as one of the most beautiful, and we’re pleased to say that many of its most fascinating attractions are accessible to those of us with different mobility needs. So, with that in mind, here is Quingo Scooters’ guide to some of the best accessible sights in Paris.… Read more