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The USA is an accessible holiday destination like no other. The level of disabled-friendly facilities is world-renowned, and the number of legendary landmarks and attractions is quite breath-taking.

The most popular area that Enable Holidays sends our customers to is likely to be Orlando, Florida, due to it being home to Walt Disney World® Resort. There are, however, many other states and cities that combine fantastic adapted accommodation with unique cultural experiences and spectacular attractions.

There are the sights and sounds of the Big Apple, the bright Hollywood lights of Los Angeles, the vibrant neon glamour and the clanging one-armed-bandits of Las Vegas. Customers from the past have also relished the welcoming highs of San Francisco, and the famously historical American seafood capital of Boston. In the bubbling, exciting, vast and varied USA, there truly is something for everyone to relish.

Accessible American holidays can be multi-centre, in order to create an itinerary that suits anyone.

If there is another area of the USA that you would like to visit that we have not mentioned, give us a call! We are always happy to investigate new areas of the globe for our customers.

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