All cruise ships offer accommodation designed for those with disabilities, with the newest ships equipped with the latest features such as automatic door openers, although you’ll want to book early due to the limited number of accessible cabins.
For truly out-of-this-world scenery in a safe, friendly environment with plenty of accessible things to do, a visit to Iceland is a must.
A city that oozes romance, Paris is famous for its culture, art, and magnificent architecture from the Eiffel Tower to Notre-Dame Cathedral and Versailles Palace nearby.
Seeing the Pyramids of Giza up close is a bucket-list experience, with the Great Pyramid of Giza located just outside of Cairo deemed one of the ancient Seven Wonders of the World.
A place with soaring high-rises and glittering golden temples, Bangkok is an impressive mix of contrasts, filled with culture and tradition.
Rio de Janeiro, the beating heart of Brazil, is a place like no other, with gorgeous beaches, lush mountains, and iconic attractions like Christ the Redeemer.
A place with a long, dramatic history and a long list of famous sights, like the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace, London is also quite manageable to visit for those in need of accessibility.
The beautiful city of Barcelona offers everything from lively tapas bars to magnificent historic landmarks and spectacular beaches.