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.
Once one of the most
important cities of the ancient world, Athens is obviously still a huge draw
for those of us with a passion for history. From the Acropolis itself to the Temple
of Hephaestus, there are plenty of incredible historical sites to keep you
But the modern city of
Athens is also about a lot more than just the ruins of the past. Great food,
wonderful museums and galleries (many of which are accessible) and friendly people
make this a great getaway.
Situated right in the
heart of Europe, the beautiful city of Prague has to be on any list of great
European getaways. Historic churches, secret gardens, an imposing castle, fascinating
museums and beautiful bridges: Prague has it all. For many years, the city was
not the most accessible for travellers with different mobility needs, but
happily the situation has improved considerably in recent years. So, here is
our guide to visiting the very best sites in Prague for those of us who use a
We’re visiting the
capital of Sweden, Stockholm, in our latest blogpost on great European
getaways. This island city is an architectural wonder, full of bridges and
beautiful old buildings. It is the perfect accessible getaway: quiet, cultured
and packed with fascinating sites. And, as you might expect from the country
that is obsessed with sound, simple and easy to use design, much of this great
city is accessible to those of us who use a mobility scooter or a wheelchair.
So, with that in mind,
here are our picks of some of the best sights to visit in Stockholm.
For this latest in our
series of blogposts on great accessible European destinations, we head to
Reykjavik. This small but perfectly formed capital city is a fascinating place,
full of rich experiences and an endlessly fascinating history. The scale of the
city makes it an easily accessible place to explore too: nothing is ever too
far away. Of course, the one slight issue is the weather, but in common with
most northern European countries (excepting maybe the UK!) the authorities are
generally good at clearing the pavements of snow.