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Universal accessibility is a right that is here to stay. More and more cities are increasing their commitment to equal opportunities and eliminating their barriers. With this, it is possible for all of us to travel and discover the wonders that our planet has to offer.
Below we recommend some of our best destinations with infrastructure and accessible accommodations for people with reduced mobility. Let us accompany you as you plan your next accessible vacation.
The Portuguese region of Algarve amazes with the beauty of its landscape, its fishing villages and its famous paradisiacal beaches. In some corners there are also monuments that keep the heritage of the ancient civilizations that once populated the south of the country.
This destination receives thousands of tourists every year, so it has been able to adapt to the different needs of travelers. It currently has a wide range of accommodation and services for people with reduced mobility.
Made up of 10 districts, Barcelona is located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and its heritage makes it an architectural gem. Artists such as Antoni Gaudí, Lluís Domènech i Montaner and Josep Puig i Cadafalch left their unique mark on the Catalan capital.
Barcelona is a place for creativity and innovation, where local traditions are preserved and cherished but progress always ensues. For this reason, it works continuously to guarantee universal accessibility.
It boasts an excellent climate throughout the year, so visitors may relax on its beaches in nearly every season. Likewise, the accessible public transportation network is one of the best in the country, which makes it easy to discover every corner.
Welcome to the “Entertainment Capital of the World,” otherwise known as “Sin City”. Built in the middle of the desert, Las Vegas stands out for its bright casinos attracting millions of visitors each year.
But this city in the state of Nevada is not just for gambling – although it has undoubtedly contributed to its popularity. In it you can see elaborate replicas of the most important monuments in the world, explore the museums and enjoy impressive shows. Likewise, you can find peace and calm in the rocky and arid landscape of its surroundings.
Las Vegas is an accessible destination for everyone. It has accessible hotels for people with reduced mobility, accessible public transportation and tourist attractions that can be visited by anyone regardless of their physical abilities.
Located in the southeast of the state of Florida, Miami enjoys a warm climate throughout the year that attracts local and international tourists. Its beautiful beaches are full of life, where thousands of people flock to their shores to practice accessible water sports.
Its historic district is populated by picturesque buildings of Art Deco architecture. Likewise, cultural diversity is reflected in the gastronomy of the most prestigious restaurants in the city.
Miami offers everything travelers are looking for. Those who just want to enjoy a quiet vacation by the sea, can do so. But there is also the possibility of going to the bars and restaurants to enjoy the nightlife.
“If life were a city, it would be Madrid,” read the slogan of a tourist campaign by the City Council of the beautiful Spanish capital. And we couldn’t agree more. Madrid is full of art, culture, nature, architecture, gastronomy and leisure. It is also vitality, dynamism, joy and warmth.
The great city captivates visitors with its almost infinite leisure and cultural proposals. Fortunately, every year it breaks down more barriers so that they are enjoyable for everyone.
The iconic Paseo del Prado and Buen Retiro, which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, has a variety of world-famous accessible museums. In addition, there are accessible routes to visit the historic center and its main monuments.
There is a beautiful reason why millions of visitors toss a coin into the famous Trevi Fountain. They all hope to return to one of the most captivating cities in the world, Rome.
The Italian capital treasures a valuable historical and cultural heritage, among them, numerous monuments that are accessible to people with reduced mobility. From the Colosseum Archaeological Park to the Vatican Museums, visitors with disabilities can sightsee without hindrance.
The Eternal City is one of the most beautiful places in all of Europe. The historic center of the city has managed to keep its heritage alive and open to the world. Whenever you plan to visit Rome, just let yourself fall in love.
Located in the state of Quintana Roo, Cancun is a Mexican city with beautiful paradisiacal beaches. In its surroundings, the vestiges of the Mayan culture and natural spaces of exuberant beauty are preserved. In addition, travelers can explore the picturesque markets, practice water activities and enjoy the lively nightlife.
For five years in a row, Chicago has been voted the best Big City in the United States by the readers of the prestigious international Condé Nast Traveler magazine. There are many reasons why it conquers the hearts of visitors: more than 70 neighborhoods with a unique atmosphere, world-famous museums, spectacular architecture, endless outdoor activities, prestigious restaurants…
The “Windy City” has strived to make its transportation system and many of its tourist attractions accessible to visitors with reduced mobility, thus becoming a friendly destination for accessible tourism.
The city of Los Angeles is known for being the home of Hollywood stars, but there are many other things that will make you fall in love with this cinematographic capital. Perhaps the sunny weather for much of the year, the beautiful beaches, the interesting suburbs, the many cultural institutions, or the diverse cuisine. Therefore, we want you to discover all its charms with us.
In order for visitors to enjoy a personalized vacation experience, this glamorous Californian city has many accessible tourist attractions for people with reduced mobility.
NEW YORK CITY
“I want to wake up in a city that never sleeps. And find I’m number one, top of the list”, sang Frank Sinatra. New York City is always awake, full of dynamic people. Buses and the metro are available around the clock, as are many shops. Travelers always find something new to do on each of their visits.
The metropolis has broken down many architectural barriers and has most of its tourist attractions accessible to people with reduced mobility, making it a perfect destination to create unforgettable memories.
Orlando is a place where we can all become children again. Its fun theme parks with accessible attractions enchant people of different generations, who are immersed in a dream accommodation in which any goal seems achievable.
This city in the state of Florida is not only ideal for entertainment. Travelers can also explore a variety of museums and relax by the beautiful lakes in the area.
The beautiful beaches of Punta Cana are considered some of the best in the world. Upon arrival, tourists are faced with a paradise of white sand, palm trees, crystal clear waters and multi-colored reefs. In addition, the resorts offer exceptional service so that guests fully enjoy their stay.
The Dominican Republic still has a long way to go in terms of accessibility. However, gradually, the country eliminates barriers. Punta Cana, its main tourist region, has a vast amount of accessible hotels for people with reduced mobility.
Located in northern California, the city of San Francisco makes all kinds of visitors fall in love. The Golden Gate Bridge, the Painted Ladies, Lombard Street or Alcatraz Island are some tourist attractions that were etched in our memory by their appearance in American series and movies. Traveling to San Francisco makes you the protagonist.
It’s hard not to fall in love with a city like London. There are iconic attractions – such as the London Eye, Big Ben or Buckingham Palace – and prestigious museums – such as the British Museum and the National Gallery. Fashionistas can shop and attend notable events, while foodies can indulge in a unique culinary experience. Even sports enthusiasts watch some of their favorite tournaments here.
They say that Tenerife manages to transform all visitors. A part of the soul seems to be renewed when you let yourself be carried away by the swaying of the waves, connect with the nature of the Island and enjoy an exceptional temperature.
Each traveler finds what he/she wants on the largest island of the Canary archipelago. Your experience can be fun like a carnival, relaxing like many Tenerife beaches, or a mixture of both. Without a doubt, it is a wonderful place to experience thousands of sensations.
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