Accessible Travel to London
13 London Wheelchair Travel Tips13 London Accessible Travel Tips give you a head start on making disabled travel to London easy. If you’re trying to find out what to concentrate on when planning your trip, take a peak at our 9 Keys to Success for London Disabled Travel to ensure you have a great trip.
Accessible Guided Tours in London
London accessible tours are available in a variety of forms to disabled tourists. A 3 hour accessible driving tour will provide you with a great overview to begin your trip and a more intimate London accessible walking tour will give you a more detailed look. My favorite way to see London is with an accessible boat tour on the Thames River! Several day trips are available including aStonehenge accessible tour, a Cambridge accessible tour, and an Oxford accessible tour.
"Graham was a great guide and incredibly knowledgeable of London and the many historical sites we visited. We loved Windsor Castle and Hampton Court Palace and gardens and the list goes on and on. Thanks to you & John & Graham and all who made this a most enjoyable reality for us!” -Mick & Susie, North Carolina, USA, Mobility Scooter User...Read more client feedback
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Tower of London Wheelchair AccessTower of London Accessibility page.
London Eye Wheelchair AccessibilityLondon Eye handicapped access is possible because the staff members will stop the London Eye from moving and put out a wheelchair ramp to get onto it. London disabled tourists going to the London Eye need to avoid the stairs near the Westminster Bridge and choose the step-free route along York Road.
Disabled Access at StonehengeStonehenge wheelchair access is quite good with no steps and a couple of ramps leading from the parking lot to the pathway surrounding the ruins. The nearby town of Salisbury with its towering Cathedral and its copy of the Magna Carta are easy to visit in the same day.
London Wheelchair Rental & Mobility Scooters for Hire
Mobility scooters allow many senior and disabled London visitors to see far more than if they were walking around through the city. London mobility scooter rental costs 188 GBP for up to one week including delivery. London rental wheelchairs are also available for both manual and electric wheelchairs. Rental manual wheelchairs are 162 GBP per week including delivery, and rental electric wheelchairs are 188 GBP per week including delivery.
London Accessibility Guide by John Sage130 page London Accessibility Guide is provided as part of all of our accessible travel packages and provides London wheelchair tourists with everything the need to know about disabled access in London.
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London Accessible Hotels
Our disabled travel experts have scoured London so that we can offer our clients the Top 28 Accessible Hotels for London Tourists. Our Trafalgar Square accessible hotel is located in the heart of London, making it an ideal choice for disabled tourists. For the budget conscious traveler, you can choose our most affordable hotel in London without compromising on accessibility or location! Alternatively, if you’re looking for luxury, this 5-star accessible hotel near numerous London theatres is an excellent choice. For parents traveling with children, our top accessible hotel in London for families is conveniently located near accessible bus routes and many accessible restaurants.
London Accessible Travel Packages
An accessible London vacation planned by Sage Traveling offers one of the easiest trips to Europe for disabled travelers. Our disabled travel experts handle everything for you: 1) accessible hotel accommodation, 2) accessible transportation inside the city, 3) several accessible tour options, 4) accessible itinerary planning, and 5) help if you have any problems during your trip. Contact our London accessible travel consultants with your travel dates and we’ll make sure you have a spectacular accessible holiday in London!
“My experience was wholly positive and the trip was highly therapeutic and enjoyable for me. I want to thank you once again for all you have done for me.” -Sean, Ireland, Manual Wheelchair User, Amputee...Read more client feedback
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