Wheelchair accessible tourist attractions


2 responses to “Wheelchair accessible tourist attractions

  • Katja Stokley

    This list is a little bit of a mixed bag, with several of the 10 destinations not fully accessible. I also have to laugh at an article about wheelchair accessibility that includes the following: “Venice’s scenic bridges aren’t the only thing that lend it to enjoyable wheelchair accessibility”. Venice’s scenic bridges, with very few exceptions, make it much less accessible than a pedestrian city might otherwise be expected to be.

  • wheelchaircentral

    Its a really good website. Thanks for giving full information about wheelchairs. You can also check wheelchaircentral.in for more wheelchairs at your comfortable prices

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