Accessible Dublin & Belfast

Accessible Dublin & Belfast

Travel-for-All is proud to present a truly memorable holiday Ireland’s capital Dublin. As Accessible Travel Specialists, we use our expert knowledge to create a truly memorable holiday in this unforgettable destination for your customers. All the rooms are guaranteed accessible if required and the hotels, locations, attractions have been tried and tested. The following packages are based upon 2 people sharing an accessible room, with 4 nights in Dublin and 3 nights in Belfast.

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Meet The Romans Tour

Meet The Romans Tour

Duration: 7 Days Location: ROME, VATICAN CITY, OSTIA, POMPEII Language: English. Other languages on request. Please note for this tour the wheelchair user have to rent our special wheelchair for inaccessible sites Wheely trekky. The site is not accessible with manual or electric wheelchair or mobility scooter.  Price: Special Offer! Contact us to discover more at info@travel-for-all.com Rome wasn’t built in a day! That’s why we’ve created this 7 days tour to admire all of the beauties that

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Accessible Rome & the Colosseum

Accessible Rome & the Colosseum

Skip the line Reserve and buy your “skip the line” tickets to Colosseum Accessible Tour by providing all the following details: Number of adults including: nationality, date of birth Number of kids including: nationality, date of birth Date Time Kind of Disability Local guide is not included. Possible discounts are available to EU kids only. On request, with an extra cost, it is possible to have an accessible transfer with vehicle equipped with lift. Colosseum

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Tips for travelling with someone who has Alzheimer’s or Dementia

Tips for travelling with someone who has Alzheimer’s or Dementia

A change of scenery and a break from the daily routine is always a welcome idea. However, as Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias progress, changes in abilities can make it difficult to get away. Travel, however, can set you worlds apart from the everyday while enriching your life with memorable moments! Let the world be your oyster! Careful planning will help you manage the changes in surroundings and routines. Here are some tips to

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Travel should be inclusive!

Travel should be inclusive!

Travel should be inclusive, not exclusive! Travel-for-All can get you there! https://travel-for-all.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/TravelforAllSmall.mp4 Get started today! Call Toll Free: 1-888-993-9295 or Email: info@travel-for-all.com

Accessible travel trends

Accessible travel trends

Accessible travel is moving up the agenda; it is attracting more publicity and being included in wider legislative changes. Here are some of the top issues propelling accessibility into the spotlight. Package Travel Regulations 2018 is a year of legislative change for the travel industry. Shouldered by other new regulation such as GDPR and PSD2, the new Package Travel Regulations come into effect on 1 July. Many travel businesses will now find themselves classed

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Been to London to see The Queen

Been to London to see The Queen

London is one of the most inviting gateways for disabled visitors to Europe due to its flat terrain, modern buildings, and UK accessibility standards. There are numerous attractions to visit in London making it a worthwhile destination by itself. Most of the buses also have wheelchair ramps, however few of the metro stations have elevators. UK disabled access building codes have resulted in most tourist attraction being accessible to wheelchair users. Disabled Access — Best Aspects Accessible

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Wheelchair Accessible Travel Series – Part II

Wheelchair Accessible Travel Series – Part II

My name is Tabassum. I’ve flown all over the world, and it just so happens that I travel in a wheelchair. Air travel can be uncomfortable for many people—with or without a wheelchair, but maybe my tips can help! Have an air travel routine: It’s always best to arrive at the airport 90 minutes before an international departure. I prefer to check in with an agent and not the self-check-in because I might miss

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Wheelchair Accessible Travel Series – Part I

Wheelchair Accessible Travel Series – Part I

I’m a world traveler and it just so happens that I travel in a wheelchair. With or without a wheelchair, the best way to see a city is to take transit, get off in the heart of it, and wander around. I’ve lived in L.A., Atlanta, and Pakistan—so I’m not afraid of big cities or traffic. However, here are a few things to keep in mind if you’re planning a wheelchair accessible trip of

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