Poland is becoming an increasingly popular destination for disabled holidays in Europe. Its capital city, Krakow, is a particular favourite with holidaymakers looking to embrace the beauty and history of a unique European destination.
Krakow is ideal for accessible city breaks, especially for history lovers. The city is just an hour’s drive from Auschwitz, one of the most important and most visited historical sites in Europe. If you’d prefer not to visit this infamous site, however, there are plenty of things you can see and do instead. On a wheelchair-friendly holiday to Poland, you can explore museums and art galleries, take in the beautiful architecture and enjoy the country’s wholesome and filling cuisine.
Since the 1990s, Poland’s public transport has been becoming more wheelchair-friendly – most newer buses and trams have ramps and Krakow’s train station is fully accessible.
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