The evolution of accessible tourism is favorable and there are more and more destinations for people in wheelchairs. The barriers are being overcome and it is possible for everyone to enjoy equally.
Cities with better accessibility
Accessible cities take into account people with disabilities so that they can enjoy services and leisure.
Among the places of interest where accessibility has been reached are the Royal Palace, the Royal Botanical Garden, the basilica of San Francisco El Grande, the Plaza de Toros de las Ventas and the Cathedral of La Almudena.
Very close to El Retiro it is possible to stay at the Hotel Ayre Colon, which is also close to the Paseo del Arte, which can be easily visited to visit several museums.
Much of this city's infrastructure has been adapted. The Ronda Bullring, the Málaga Cathedral and the Alcazaba, as well as the Contemporary Art Centre, the Malaga Picasso Museum and the Pompidou Centre are all accessible.
Many beaches have support staff, ramps, cranes and amphibious chairs for disabled swimmers, such as La Malagueta, Pedregalejo or Fuengirola. The Pyr Fuengirola and Ilunion Hotels are close by for accommodation.
As a finalist in the 2011 Accessible City Awards, she is currently focused on her new 2018-2026 universal accessibility plan.
Places such as the Palacio de la Música Catalana, the Barcelona Zoo, the Mirador de Colon and the Barcelona Auditorium are adapted to the needs of wheelchair users.
The Hotel Mics Sant Jordi and Ayre Caspe are located in areas with easy access to the most interesting places.
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