Tag "Disability Travel"
Thinking of going on a trip to Paris? Regular Disability Horizons contributor, Hayleigh Barclay, tells us about her trip to Paris, from the romantic highs to the tiring lows. Bonjour!
As London welcomes the world this summer for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, the Paralympics and Olympics, we at Disability Horizons have been compiling a list of the most accessible tourist spots
New Disability Horizons contributor, Rebecca Nuttall, tells us about her recent trip to the British tourist spot Newmillerdam and her surprise at its great accessibility. Having been born with Diastrophic
Having headed out to Spain on Sunday the 4th for a two-month voluntary placement, Co-Editor Martyn Sibley discusses how he’s finding his new surroundings, the challenges and adventures he’s already experiencing. As the clock
Makin’ Tracks is an independent, family-run business offering overseas tours to wheelchair users. Here they tell Disability Horizons about their first trip to Bavaria. Our tours are all about discovery
If you’ve always dreamt of travelling to Thailand, then you’ll be compelled to book your flights after reading about new Disability Horizons contributor, Leah S.F’s amazing journey. A harsh winter
Following last year’s successful trip to Stirling, regular DH contributor, Carrie-Ann and her fiancé returned to Scotland, this time to check out Dundee’s accessibility. We were really excited to be