This time, Quingo Scooters are taking you to the UK’s most southerly city, Truro. It is the only city in Cornwall and it is a place that is has a rich history, fascinating winding streets to explore and a vibrant cultural life to enjoy. It is a wonderful place to visit and we’re pleased to say that much of this historic city is also fully accessible to all.
Truro is one of those cities that will keep calling you back and we really fell in love with it when we visited.
Here at Quingo Scooters, we thought that this time around we’d bring you just a few highlights from some of the most picturesque and dramatic parts of the UK. Our National Parks are stunning and most feature great routes that are accessible to those of us who use mobility scooters. This is our pick of some of the best.
Accessing the UK’s National Parks
There are 15 National Parks across the UK, with 10 in England, three in Wales and two in Scotland.
Right across the UK there’s a huge range of different places that are accessible and easy to explore on your scooter. At Quingo Scooters we’re doing our bit to help you choose where to have your next adventure by bringing you our favourite getaways across the country. This time around we’re heading to the Welsh capital, Cardiff.
One of the things that strikes you most when you first arrive in Cardiff is the diverse range of things to see and do.
One of the most wonderful things about having a mobility scooter is the freedom it gives you to explore. And here, we’ve picked a truly beautiful part of the world to spend time in. In this latest Quingo Scooters Accessible Routes series, we find out more about the stunning Glenmore Forest in the Scottish Cairngorms.
This is a truly spectacular part of the British Isles. The Cairngorm Mountains themselves are wild and breathtakingly beautiful. The national park made the National Geographic’s top 20 places to visit in the world.