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Disability and travel: surprisingly accessible Chichester

With the bank holiday weekend fast approaching, deputy editor Karen Mogendorff, who walks with a limp, talks about her recent trip to Chichester. You may not have considered it as

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Top 5 accessible cities for wheelchair users

With the sunny weather and summer well and truly on its way, it’s time to start planning your holiday. So to help you prepare, we’ve asked Susie, who runs wheelchair

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Disability and travel: 10 reasons to visit Glasgow

Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city and is a fantastic place for anyone with mobility requirements to visit. It’s easily accessible, has a vibrant nightlife and an expansive shopping district, stunning architecture

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The value of volunteering if you’re disabled

Have you ever considered volunteering? We hear from Disability Horizons reader Mark Wilson about how volunteering has become an incredibly positive part of his life, and has made a great

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Top healthcare tips for travelling abroad with a disability

Many of us disabled people have a list of medical requirements and tablets we need to take the length of our arms. So how can you ensure your healthcare needs

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Top 10 tips for accessible travel

Carrie-Ann Lightley from Tourism for All knows a thing or two about accessible travel, much of it because she’s learnt the hard way. Here, with years of travel experience, she brings us

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Accessible Romania: a vibrant and welcoming country

Have you ever considered visiting Romania? We speak to specialist Romanian travel company Sano Touring about what there is to discover across the country and, crucially, how accessible it is.

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Rolling around London

Cory Lee is a traveller and adventurer from the US who recently visited London after winning a competition to watch Katy Perry live at the Hammersmith Apollo. Cory kindly shares

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Accessibility in Dubai: the great, the good, the bad and the annoying

Dubai sounds like a luxurious place to jet off to. But how accessible is it? Disability Horizons Co-editor Srin Madipalli recently visited for some winter sunshine. Here he shares a

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Able2fly: improving accessible travel

Despite air travel becoming more accessible, the process of booking and organising assistance is often still a pain. Able2fly aims to change that by creating a streamlined request system. Here’s