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Wheelchair Rentals in Madrid


The reasons for needing to use a wheelchair are many. It could be due to a temporary disability or medical condition or some other handicap or more permanent disability. Whatever the reason, it will certainly involve loss of mobility to a larger or lesser degree.At Accessible Madrid we are a leading mobility specialist provider aiming to help and delight our customers with products and services that meet and even exceed their expectations.

Accessible Travel Week by Martyn Sibley.


We welcome you to Accessible Travel Week, a new yearly educational campaign to help spark the debate about the difficulties of accessible travel. Using fun & educational videos and guides Martyn Sibley will reveal his best strategies for overcoming the many hurdles to accessible travel so other disabled people can enjoy life-changing adventures too.

Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants in Madrid


Madrid reserves an area for those who opt for vegetarian cuisine. We can find different vegetarian restaurants in the city centre that will tantalise you with their preparation of Spanish grown garden vegetables, among the tastiest in the world, prepared following traditional recipes or in more modern creations, offering an original fusion of flavours and textures.

Lonely Planet. Accessible Travel Resources


For all those wanting to start the travel planning process or learn about accessible tourism destinations and experiences from around the world Lonely Planet's Martin Heng has published the Lonely Planet's Accessible Travel Guide (online Edition).

Tatel. See and be seen


The new Tatel restaurant in the centre of Madrid offers Spanish cuisine of the highest order and an air of exclusivity. After dinner, the place turns into a lounge/dance party until about 2-230 in the morning. The concept is quite brilliant. Beautiful interior, DJ, stunning bar, great cocktails, with a fine dining like atmosphere for dinner that includes live performances.

Predif Courses: Accessible Tourism and Customer with Disabilities Attention


PREDIF , The Representative State Platform for Physically Disabled Persons, is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life for people with severe physical disabilities. Represents and makes programs for nearly forty thousand people and has an experience, through its member federations, for over 30 years.PREDIF is a benchmark in accessible tourism. Chairs the Committee on Accessibility and Inclusive Tourism CERMI, and their protocols and standards in the field of accessibility are the consensus around the disability sector.

Top 10 Europe Handicapped Travel Tips.


John Sage is the founder of Sage Traveling ( This company is committed to providing customized accessible holiday travel. They deal exclusively in disabled travel to Europe and make it their job to understand all the challenges that disabled travelers may encounter and how to overcome them. Sage Traveling offers comprehensive, detailed, and organized disabled travel information on accessible European tourist attractions, hotels, and transportation.