Where To Go - And What To Do - On Your Next Accessible City Break25 October 2018
There's nothing quite like an accessible city break for experiencing so much of what a destination has to offer in just a few days (and nights). One of the best things about city breaks is getting to see as much as you can in the time that you have. Cities are full of things to see and do, but when you're so spoilt for choice, how do you make sure you've visited the most stand-out attraction that you simply can't miss?
Below we've compiled a list of some of the best accessible cities in Europe and our Top Pick for an accessible activity while you're there. Whether you're a sports fan, an art-lover or you're looking to make the most of the festive season, there's a city break that's ideal for you.
Top Pick | Visit FC Barcelona's home ground, the Nou Camp Stadium.
Fans of the beautiful game will love visiting Nou Camp Stadium, home to FC Barcelona.
We can arrange accessible football packages to the stadium which includes accessible match tickets, transfers to and from the ground and ticket delivery during football season, so you can get the full experience of seeing a match there.
Top Pick | See the Mona Lisa at the Louvre Museum.
The Lourve Museum has fantastic accessibility throughout - efforts are constantly being made to keep improving and it's well known for being an inclusive attraction.
When it comes to the most iconic piece in its galleries, the museum maintains this approach. There is an isle reserved for wheelchair-users to view the Mona Lisa from, so you don't have to struggle through the crowds to enjoy it as you should be able to.
Top Pick | Experience a traditional German Christmas Market
The Berliner Weinachtszeit Christmas Market is one of the oldest and most famous in Berlin.
It is sure to give you that festive feeling - it boasts an array of stalls which are perfect for buying unique Christmas gifts and, of course, music and mulled wine to get you feeling merry and bright.
Top Pick | Uncover the history of Prague Castle.
Prague Castle is one of the largest preserved ancient castles in the world and so naturally has a rich and interesting history - kings, emperors and presidents have called it home.
It is divided into ten areas for visitors to explore and enjoy and eight of these are accessible to wheelchair-users.
Top Pick | Explore the Capitoline Museum.
Located near the Roman Forum, Trajan’s Market and several other major tourist attractions and offering great views of Rome, this museum is a must-visit - and in a much better location than the National Museum of Rome.
The Capitoline houses stunning bronze statues, sculptures and paintings, including works by Caravaggio.
Our range of city breaks doesn't stop there - with Enable Holidays, you can visit a wide range of cities in Europe (like Budapest) and the USA (like New York and Boston) on a holiday tailor-made to suit your needs and mobility requirements.
Don't forget, if you book before 30th November 2018, you'll get £100 off the price of your holiday so it's well worth booking your city break soon.
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