Poland’s capital is
often ignored by visitors to the country in favour of the historic royal city
of Kraków. But we think that is a real shame: Warsaw is a wonderful city, with its
very own UNESCO World Heritage Site at its historic heart.
It is a city that has
seen some dramatic events over the years and has many fascinating historical
sites. With incredible architecture, great museums and galleries and peaceful
parks, there is more than enough to keep visitors happy.
If you love history,
great architecture and relaxing spas, then Budapest is the city for you. From
the arrival of the founding Magyar tribes to the invasions of the Romans and
the Soviets, it has seen a lot over the last few thousand years.
It all means that this
is an endlessly fascinating city to explore. From medieval castles to Art
Nouveau homes for elephants, there is so much to see here.
So, with that in mind,
here is Quingo Scooter’s guide to some of the most interesting accessible sights
One of the most famous
cities in the world, Barcelona is also one of the most accessible. Its historic
areas are surprisingly easy to get around. It is also a very modern city that
has thought carefully about every visitor’s needs.
great beaches and wonderful food and drink: Barcelona has something for
everyone. So, with that in mind, here is our guide to some of the best that
Barcelona has to offer.
Explore the Gothic Quarter
It is one of the oldest
parts of the city – but don’t worry about cobbles and uneven steps here.
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.
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.