Accessible Travel in Europe by Sage Traveling
The friendly Europe accessible trip planners at Sage Traveling use our expertise in European accessible travel to create custom accessible holidays for people with all types of mobility issues, including wheelchair and scooter users, cane and walker users, and senior travelers. Disabled visitors to Europe will encounter challenges during their travels, but nearly all can be avoided or overcome if you obtain the proper information before your trip.
Our Europe accessible travel agents provide you with accessible hotel accommodations, accessible transportation within and between cities, detailed accessibility information on tourist attractions, and custom accessible itineraries to move you efficiently between tourist sights. We make your dream accessible vacation in Europe a reality! You can view our most popular destinations here:
|Berlin||Florence||Normandy||* Cruises *|
Our Europe disabled travel agents create custom accessible holidays for European tourists. We take into account your interests and abilities to create an accessible vacation, rather than ask you to choose from a list of already created itineraries.
Your Europe accessible travel will be tailor-made to your desires to view Renaissance art, visit historical buildings, eat at world-class restaurants, or whatever your interests may be. The accessibility of the trip will be designed to your manual wheelchair, power wheelchair, scooter, or other accessibility need. Learn more about our accessible trip planning services at the links below:
|Brussels||Monte Carlo||* Cruises *|
Many disabled tourists spend hours and hours before their trip trying to find out if the tourist attractions they want to visit are accessible to wheelchair users. Some museum, palace, castle, and church websites will contain accessibility information. Often this information is very basic and does not answer all the questions a disabled traveler may have. When trying to find accessibility information through a phone call, you may encounter language barriers or staff members that are unfamiliar with accessibility details.
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When you travel with Sage Traveling, you will receive detailed accessibility information including the location of the accessible entrance, the parts of the attraction that are not accessible, and restroom accessibility. Some example articles are shown below:
One of the primary concerns for disabled travelers is finding a hotel that is truly accessible. Many hotels may describe themselves as “wheelchair friendly” or say “disabled guests welcome” when their hotel may actually have significant obstacles for disabled travelers.
A step at the hotel entrance, an elevator too small for a wheelchair, and poorly designed accessible hotel bathrooms are common in many European hotels. The Europe wheelchair accessible travel agents at Sage Traveling will provide you a truly accessible hotel room that meets your accessibility needs.
|Berlin Hotels||London Hotels|
|Bruges Hotels||Paris Hotels|
|Florence Hotels||Rome Hotels|
|Istanbul Hotels||Venice Hotels|
There are DOZENS of hotels that I have already inspected that are not on the website yet. We can provide you accessible hotel accommodation in Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Berlin, Bruges, Brussels, Cambridge, Copenhagen, Florence, Istanbul, London, Lucca, Monte Carlo, Naples, Normandy, Oxford, Paris, Pisa, Rome, Siena, Sorrento, and Venice.
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Most disabled tourists prefer a guided tour for their trip to Europe. The Europe handicapped travel agents at Sage Traveling have vetted accessible routes and tour guides to ensure that you and your family experience comfortable and memorable accessible tours during your vacation.
When going through the steps of planning your accessible Mediterranean cruise, the most important step is selecting an accessible cruise itinerary. Choose the right cruise and you’ll have the trip of a lifetime. Choose the wrong cruise and you could end up with a week-long disappointment!
When you travel with Sage Traveling, you receive a one-of-a-kind Sage Accessibility Guide. The Sage Accessibility Guides were written by John Sage after conducting accessibility research first-hand traveling throughout Europe in his wheelchair. You will be well-informed of tourist attraction accessibility, transportation accessibility, accessible routes, accessible itineraries, and a whole lot more. Learn more about the Sage Accessibility Guides at the links below: