Travelling with mobility restrictions – can be challenging
Travelling with a mobility restriction isn’t always as straightforward as just grab your bag and go. It usually requires a lot of research and planning to make sure the destination is wheelchair friendly. There are a lot of things you have to find out and consider beforehand.
With that in mind, alpharooms has done all the necessary work by studying the most visited European cities’ tourist attractions, public transport and hotels to definitively rank the most accessible cities in Europe.
The Top 10 Most Accessible Cities in Europe
- Dublin, Republic of Ireland
- Vienna, Austria
- Berlin, Germany
- London, United Kingdom
- Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Milan, Italy
- Barcelona, Spain
- Rome, Italy
- Prague, Czech Republic
- Paris, France
From the study, Dublin is the most accessible city in Europe overall. Despite being a cobbled city, the city has in fact put a lot of small touches to ensure accessibility is top notch for their mobility restricted residents and tourists alike.
The study delved into the most important categories when ranking the accessibility of each city – Tourist attractions (landmarks and museums), public transports and hotels.
Here’s a league table for you to see where each of the most visited European cities ranked in these three main categories.