Visitors to Italy are
spoiled for choice when it comes to great getaways and city breaks. From the
spectacular historical sites of the capital to the great art galleries and
museums of Florence, the country is endlessly fascinating.
Milan is a city that is
sometimes overlooked, however. So, for this latest in Quingo Scooters’ series
of getaways across Europe, we head to the north of Italy and discover a city
renowned for its fashion houses (and its great coffee). Here is our pick of
some of the best accessible attractions and experiences in the city of Milan.
The Estonian city of
Tallinn might not be one of the best known capitals in Europe, but it is
certainly one of the most beautiful. Packed full of historic buildings and with
a UNESCO World Heritage site at its heart, Tallinn makes for an unforgettable
The great news is that
many of its best sights are also fully accessible to those of us with different
mobility needs. So, with that in mind, here is our pick of some of the best
accessible places to visit in Tallinn.
imperial capital is an incredible place to get a sense of the grand history of
this remarkable country. From vast palaces and museums to parks, gardens and
memories of its revolutionary past, this is city that has something for every
visitor. The great news is that much of it is accessible to those of us who use
So, here are
just a few of the highlights of Quingo Scooter’s accessible getaway in St
Get lost in one of the largest art museums in the world
that swirl around the Hermitage art museum are mind-blowing.
This is a beautiful city, steeped in history, right in the heart of Europe. With wonderful markets, great churches and some classic architecture to satisfy all tastes, the Polish city of Kraków should be on every traveller’s list. It is also a city that is very welcoming and accessible to visitors who use mobility scooters.
With that in mind, here
are just a few of Quingo Scooters’ favourite sites across the wonderful city of
1. Visit the main square
to miss the Rynek
Główny, or main square, right in the centre of Kraków.
The Romans founded
Valencia originally as a kind of retirement home for their bravest warriors.
And it’s not hard to see why plenty of people would have fought hard to try and
end up here.
It’s a beautiful,
historic city and one of the oldest on the Iberian continent. It is also often
unfairly overlooked, thanks to its noisy Catalan neighbour, Barcelona. So, here
is Quingo Scooters’ take on the best things to do in the city of Valencia.
Gaze in awe at some incredible Gothic architecture
Valencia is a city
built on trade and La
Lonja, the silk exchange building from the late 1400s, is an
excellent illustration of how wealthy it has been over the years.