Disabled access in Amsterdam is better than other bridged cities like Venice, but still presents accessibility challenges like the sometimes inaccessible trams. Cobblestones and stairs to enter restaurants or reach bathrooms will also present challenges for disabled visitors. Overall, Amsterdam disabled access is good enough that disabled visitors, with enough planning, should have a wonderful time visiting the capital city of Holland. Our Amsterdam Disabled Access Review describes the best and worst of Amsterdam accessibility.
Accessible Travel to Amsterdam
What is the most wheelchair accessible public transportation method for getting around town? Which neighborhoods are best for a disabled tourist to stay? Are there long line at any of the tourist attractions and how can you avoid them? These 12 Amsterdam Wheelchair Accessible Travel Tips will provide you with some key tricks to save you time and energy during your visit.
No trip to Amsterdam is complete without a professionally-certified knowledgeable guide to reveal the hidden history behind the sites you will visit. By far the most popular tour is the Amsterdam accessible boat tour which uses the narrow canals to comfortably transport you around the city. Private Amsterdam 3 hour accessible walking tours show you the historical city center, and Amsterdam accessible cruise excursions include transportation in a wheelchair accessible van from the cruise port.
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Rather than bringing mobility equipment from home, many disabled travelers choose to have rental equipment waiting for them at their hotel. Amsterdam rental wheelchairs including delivery cost €193 euro per week. Amsterdam mobility scooter rentals including delivery cost €196 per week. The cost of an Amsterdam disabled hoist rental is €350 per week including delivery.
Our disabled travel experts have personally inspected numerous Amsterdam hotels in order to provide you with the best centrally located accessible Amsterdam hotels. In Amsterdam’s city center, roll-in shower accessible hotel rooms are available right by the canal, in the Old Town and near Vondel Park. Whether you are looking for an accessible hotel for a romantic getaway, a budget friendly wheelchair friendly hotel or a disabled hotel by the Amsterdam cruise terminal, we’ve got you covered!
After years of traveling in Europe in my wheelchair, I’ve learned a lot about how to get the most out of an accessible vacation. Based on my first-hand accessibility research in Amsterdam, I have put together accessible daily itineraries, accessibility maps, accessibility reviews of the tourist attractions, and more. Your 43 page Sage Accessibility Guide for Amsterdam will ensure you get the most out of your vacation, and it is included with our accessible trip planning services.
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We know that traveling to a new destination with a disability can be challenging, and we're here to make it easy for you. Our friendly accessible travel consultants utilize our detailed knowledge of Amsterdam accessibility to plan a vacation that is perfect for your specific accessibility needs and your specific interests. Our Amsterdam accessibility trip planning services ensure that you have centrally-located guaranteed accessible hotel accommodation within your budget and that you don't miss out on any of the best kept secrets of accessible Amsterdam tourist experiences.
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