Travel & Holidays

Copenhagen: is it as accessible as it is beautiful and cultured?

Copenhagen has a reputation for being a beautiful city. But is it as accessible as it is attractive? Read wheelchair…

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From cruises to hotels – travelling alone with a disability can be possible

Are you disabled and keen to travel alone but scared to do so? Simon Stevens, who has cerebral palsy, has…

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Travel insurance cost hikes push disabled and older people to take risks

It is well documented that the cost of travel insurance for anyone with a disability, long-term medical condition or who…

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10 wheelchair accessible hotels in London

Planning a break away to London? Check out at these 10 wheelchair accessible hotels, from high-end boutiques that'll be a…

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Boarding London buses made easier for wheelchair users

Access to London buses have become easier for wheelchair users thanks to a front-door boarding only policy for standard passengers,…

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Samantha Renke shares her experiences with accessible toilets

Disabled actress and activist Sam Renke shares her toileting stories caused by the lack of accessible toilets, from having to…

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Harry Potter Studio Tour accessibility: walking in a wizardry wonderland

Emma Purcell, who is visually impaired and a wheelchair user, recently visited the Harry Potter Studio Tour at Christmas. Read…

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Why Berlin is perfect for an accessible getaway

Derry Felton, who has a spinal cord injury and uses a power wheelchair, details his trip to Berlin, an incredibly…

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AccessAble: accessibility information for across the UK

With its Detailed Access Guides, website and app AccessAble helps you to plan days out and holidays across the UK,…

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How to buy the best accessible vehicle for you

Looking to buy a new or your first accessible vehicle in 2020? We've worked with Disabled Motoring UK to compile…

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