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What Accessibility Information Can I Find on

About 9 years ago, right after my sixth trip to Europe, I realized there had to be a better way to plan a wheelchair accessible trip to Europe. I had spent dozens of hours researching accessibility before going, and I was still met by several accessibility surprises during my trip. The existing internet accessibility information was sporadic, vague, non-existent or completely incorrect! I decided I wanted to change that. I spent years traveling, researching, writing, taking photos and training a team of accessible trip planners, to make sure that we could provide all the comprehensive information that someone in a wheelchair or with other mobility issues would need to make a memorable, hassle-free trip to Europe. 
Our wonderful clients strolling around Florence! 
Whether you have visited our website before or haven’t made it there yet, I suggest you spend some time browsing through our 1200+ pages. Do you know that we’re more than just an accessible travel company? Yes we do offer accessible travel packages, tours, transfers, cruises etc., but we also provide FREE travel advice and accessibility information easily available to you on our website.
I want to make sure you’re not missing out so I’m using this March newsletter to tell you about what accessibility information you can find on
What Accessibility Information Can I Find on 
1. Free Advice and Access Reviews – yes, you read that correctly, free! Even if you decide not to book through us, our website can still be a valuable tool when it comes to planning your accessible European vacation. Under the “Advice” tab in the main navigation bar on the top of the page, you will find several great resources including:
We provide detailed information and actual photos and videos so you know what to expect and can familiarize yourself with the destinations beforehand.  
Wheelchair Access Tallinn Estonia
Wheelchair Access Tallinn Estonia
2. Inspiration for your Accessible European Vacation – If you’re not quite sure where you want to go yet, take a look at our interactive map and start browsing away! All of our accessible hotel and guided tour pages include detailed descriptions and photos showing different accessibility features and terrain. Figure out what’s important to you, which places provide the accessibility standards you need and what attractions and sites you want to see.  You can also read our previous client testimonials to see what other travelers have said about their experiences abroad.
3. More... – At the very end of the navigation bar at the top of our website page, you’ll find a tab named “more…” Don’t skip it! Some helpful articles are conveniently saved there for you to browse through as you please, including my Tips for Travelers with Disabilities (also published in Rick Stevens Europe Through the Back Door guidebook), 25 things that can go wrong, Planning an Accessible Trip to Europe and many more!
Did you Know?
We’re constantly conducting new research and adding new accessible travel services to our website so make sure to check in from time to time.  In 2016, we added new accessible travel services (wheelchair friendly hotels, guided tours and transfers) in several new destinations including Amsterdam, Athens,  Copenhagen, Barcelona, Berlin,  Paris, London, Rhodes and many more!).
We’re proud to say that our accessible trip planning services now cover most of Europe!


Travel Wisely,
John Sage, Founder and President of Sage Traveling


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