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Wheelchair Accessible Hotels. Reservation tips


Getting accurate information about the accessibility of a hotel can be a little tricky and sometimes frustrating. Most hotel employees don't intentionally give you bad information. It happens because they don't understand what it is you are asking or they don't understand the importance of their answers.

Comptoir des Voyages. Accessible travel specialists


Today we would like to introduce you to Marie Odile Vincent, and her travel agency Comptoir des Voyages, specialized on accessible travel. Her job is to ensure 100% accessible vacation to disabled people. Custom made offer, to make sure that your hotel, your transportation, and your activities are fit to your needs.

Disney World in a Wheelchair


Disney World is known for creating magical and memorable vacations, but did you know the amusement park also goes all out to make dreams come true for visitors who use wheelchairs or mobility scooters? In fact, these guests have the opportunity to enjoy a wide variety of rides and attractions, as well as comfortably stay in the beautifully themed Disney resorts, plus see all kinds of shows, dine in fabulous restaurants, use Disney?s free transportation system and ? the list goes on!

Travel tips for wheelchair & scooter users.


We would like to share with you some travel tips, which will hopefully help in planning a holiday for a wheelchair and mobility scooter user. Most of the tips are common sense, but there may be a few you hadn?t thought of!Locations & HotelsSelect the area you wish to visit.Find out if the area is flat, There is no reason to pick a location on a hillside, if there is a hotel two minutes away which is on the flat.

Adapted Golf in Spain.


Golf is a sport for everyone and one of the most popular participating sports and is played regularly by the widest age group. Regardless of age, gender, physical condition or physical challenge, it is a great way to build friendships and to exercise, while providing an opportunity for personal challenge and growth.There is no reason why the sport shouldn?t be enjoyed by all, including those with disabilities. There are many organisations for disabled golfers throughout the world offering opportunities for disabled athletes to learn the game, to play and to compete.

San Ildefonso Market in Madrid


San Ildefonso Food Market is novel concept of leisure, recreation and socialisation revolving around gastronomy, in the kind of street food market you can find in London, New York, Singapore or Bangkok. A meeting place for after work, an alternative to the traditional aperitif, or a strategic stop for locals and regular visitors to Malasaña and Chueca, since it is located on Calle de Fuencarral, on the edge of these two neighbourhoods.

Accessible Travel new section


At Accessible Madrid we are pleased to introduce to our customers the new section of our website, where we offer a wide selection of Accessible 1-Day Tours and Customized Accessible Trips, mainly for people with disabilities. In creating these trips we focused mainly on accessibility and mobility. We also emphasize authentic, personalized, flexible, original and high quality trips.

La Catapa. A must go in Retiro area.


La Catapa is both a bar and a restaurant both situated in a quiet residential area of the city close to Retiro Park. La Catapa has is a perfect place for a glass of wine and tapas in the bar and for dinner in the restaurant. The menu is varied and interesting, and every dish we is well cooked and very nicely presented. The wine list has good Spanish wines to suit most tastes and pockets. Most importantly the service is welcoming and friendly yet professional. The staff go out of their way to ensure that you enjoy your time with them.

LAREDO: a must-go fine restaurant in Madrid


Laredo is a tavern-restaurant-temple in the culinary panorama of Madrid where best quality tapas and fine dining is served. They have earned fame and recognition based on good service, excellent ingredients and wine selection and a touch of innovation in the kitchen.

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.