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Finding the Accessible Winter City Break for You

11 October 2018

City breaks give you the chance to experience the scope of what a city has to offer in just a few days and nights. The only tricky thing about our accessible city breaks is choosing which one to go on first. There's such a wide variety available, from European classics to destinations on the other side of the world. With so much choice, how do you find the right one for you? We're here to help - in this post, we'll talk you through three of the big decision-makers and deal-breakers and best of all, give you a quick, easy and fun resource to use for inspiration for your next wheelchair-friendly holiday. 

 

Flights.

 

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Flights are one of the key considerations when you're looking for an accessible city break. If you're happy to go on a long-haul flight, then you could look into some of the more far off, once-in-a-lifetime destinations like New York City, but even if you aren't, there are still plenty of options closer to home. 

Remember, when you book with Enable Holidays, we'll book your flights and arrange assistance for you at the airport and on the aircraft, so you won't have to worry about a thing. 

 

Weather.

 

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Something else to think about is the weather. If you're looking to go away sooner rather than later, winter weather is key to think about. There are destinations for those missing the sunshine and warmer weather like Barcelona, where there are highs of 19°C throughout the seaon. Likewise, there are destinations where the winter weather will be on top form and you'll have the perfect excuse to indulge in a hot chocolate like Berlin, where there are highs of around 8°C throughout the season. The choice is all yours. 

 

Things to Do.

 

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Once you have some destinations in mind, you'll need to think about what you want to do and how you most want to spend your time - this might be the most difficult choice of all because city breaks offer so much variety. Whether you want to explore museums, see iconic landmarks, visit a park or do something completely different, our selection of cities are all packed with options that are suitable for people with limited mobility. 

 

So, Which Accessible City Break Is The One For You?

 

To help you answer that all-important question - Which Accessible City Break Is the One for You? - we've created a brand new original quiz. It's quick and easy and will give you the inspiration you need. 

 

Click here or call us on 0121 374 0196 to enquire about the destination that is the one for you and we'll get started tailor-making a holiday to suit what you want, as well as your mobility requirements. We'll arrange every detail, from flights to adapted transfers to accessible accommodation. Don't forget to share your results with us and the rest of the community on Facebook and Twitter, too!

 

To enquire about accessible city breaks, click here.

Alternatively, call us on 0121 374 0196 or email [email protected] and we can give you some expert reccommendations on some more of the best places to visit this winter?

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