Accessible Travel to Dublin
By John Sage
Set in one the most intriguing countries, filled with some of the friendliest people you are sure to come across, Dublin is a great city to start your European tour or even your tour of Ireland alone. Known for its incredible pubs and historical sites, this is a fantastic city not to be missed. With a good number of sites easily accessible, our Dublin Accessibility Review
describes the best and worst aspects of disabled access in Dublin. Overall, accessibility for Dublin rates pretty well.Learn about our Dublin Accessible Trip Planning Services
Disabled tourists will find their time in Dublin much easier if they know the ins and outs of Dublin Ireland disabled accessibility. Before arriving, you should find out which accessible bus lines and tram lines you will need to use during your trip. Attractions that are slightly outside the city center such as Kilmainham Gaol and the Guinness Storehouse will need to be reached using accessible transportation. Be sure to make a reservation for an Irish Dancing Show and visit Temple Bar during the lively nighttime festivities.
With many of the tourist sights in close proximity, Dublin Ireland tours allow disabled visitors to easily see and hear about the fascinating history of this city and country. Tours visit several of the top attractions including Trinity College, Old Parliament House, Dublin Castle, Wood Quay, Christ Church Cathedral, and Temple Bar. Tour routes are step-free and can be booked any day of the week. Because these are private tours, you can move at a pace that is comfortable to you.
There are several excellent options for accessible hotels in the center of Dublin. Our accessible travel agents can provide you with a fully accessible Dublin hotel with a roll-in shower. Your hotel will be located within walking distance of many of the tourist attractions including Trinity College, the Chester Beatty Library, and Dublin Castle.
Which Dublin tourist attractions are accessible? Where are the hills to avoid? Where is the best place for accessible shopping in Dublin? When you receive your 42 page Sage Accessibility Guide for Dublin
you learn everything that disabled visitors need to know to visit Dublin. It ensures that you make the most of your time in Dublin and is provided as part of all of our accessible travel packages.
Sage Traveling experts have researched several wheelchair accessible hotels located in Dublin in the Temple Bar area and near St. Stephen's Green. You will be provided with a hotel that meets your accessibility needs (for example, roll-in shower or bathtub with grab bars). You will have your preference on type of hotel (3, 4, or 5 star). We will send you descriptions and prices of all hotels meeting your criteria and allow you to choose. We will provide you descriptions of accessible hotels to choose from, and we will make the reservation for you. Our Dublin Handicapped Accessible Travel Packages
make visiting Dublin with a disability easy!