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
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.
As the days warm up and
the weather improves, there is nothing better than getting out and about in the
great British countryside. The UK’s forests and woodlands are wonderful at this
time of the year, and the great news is that some of the best of them are also largely
accessible to those of us using mobility scooters. So, with that in mind, here
is Quingo Scooters guide to some of the best accessible woodland trails in the
a time when Britain was covered in woodland, and although much of that ancient forest
is gone, there are still huge areas to explore up and down the UK. These places
are home to a wonderful variety of wild animals and plants, as well as creating
a vast playground for everyone to access and enjoy. And fortunately, many of
our country’s forests are accessible to those of us who use mobility scooters.
Here is Quingo Scooters’ guide to the best accessible forests in the UK.
many castles are a huge draw for visitors both from home and abroad, and the
great news is that many of them accessible for all, even despite their great
age. Here, Quingo Scooters takes a tour of the country’s finest.
We had to
start with a castle that isn’t just one of the nation’s favourites, but also the
one that the Queen herself calls home. Windsor Castle was first founded by
William the Conqueror just after the Norman Invasion and since then 39
different kings and queens have lived there – although you probably won’t be
lucky enough to see the Queen herself when you visit.