Category Archives: Disabled Travel Guides
Written on December 15, 2017 at 10:24 am, by Philip Scott
Ah, wouldn’t you fancy a holiday in Holland? From cheese to windmills, the Netherlands has a wealth of cultural gems in store for cosmopolitan travellers. Over the years, I’ve not only found myself returning to Holland time and time again, but have also gained a special appreciation for its clear commitment to disabled access. Holidays Continue Reading »
Written on December 10, 2017 at 10:17 am, by Philip Scott
When it comes to disabled access, holidays on the Island of Jersey couldn’t be more ideal. While this sunny oasis is only a stone’s throw away, its balmy temperatures, radiant sunshine and dramatic landscapes look and feel like they’re worlds away from home.
Written on December 5, 2017 at 10:03 am, by Philip Scott
I’ll always remember my first trip to Copenhagen, during which I spent a whole week soaking up its impressive sights, sounds, smells… and occasional rays of sunlight! The extensive history of Denmark’s capital can be traced back all the way to the tenth century, during which it served as a fishing village for the Vikings. Continue Reading »
Written on November 20, 2017 at 10:08 am, by Philip Scott
When it comes to holidays, it’s important to remember Meg Cabot’s wise words: “Sometimes what you want is right in front of you.” This statement always comes to mind when my clients ask me about ‘staycations’, otherwise known as retreats within the United Kingdom. These trips have become increasingly popular in recent decades, as they Continue Reading »
Written on November 15, 2017 at 9:58 am, by Philip Scott
Thanks to its charming castles, imposing cliffs and notoriously good beer, the Republic of Ireland is one of my clients’ favourite holiday destinations. Recently, one of them asked me to craft an itinerary for a road trip that encompassed the best of Ireland, which was quite a feat. Luckily, my many trips to this beautiful Continue Reading »
Written on November 10, 2017 at 9:28 am, by Philip Scott
Ever dreamt of visiting Disneyland Paris in France? Although exploring the venue’s extensive grounds may sound like quite a feat if you’re disabled, holidays in this dreamy theme park are entirely possible – and extremely entertaining!
Written on September 20, 2017 at 2:22 pm, by Philip Scott
Since Can Be Done’s founding over three decades ago, Tenerife has become a popular destination for disabled access holidays. Considering the island’s relatively flat terrain and outstanding accessibility standards, this comes as no surprise – but it provides the new challenge of choosing from a wide range of exciting excursions. If you’d like to receive Continue Reading »
Written on September 15, 2017 at 2:12 pm, by Philip Scott
If you’re disabled, holidays can be nerve-racking. That’s why my team and I don’t take our task of alleviating your travel anxiety lightly. Instead, we give it our all, and make an effort to visit our clients’ priority destinations before offering expert – and firsthand – recommendations for the best outings and accommodation.
Written on September 10, 2017 at 2:09 pm, by Philip Scott
If taking in the hustle and bustle of Canada’s Toronto is on your bucket list, you’ve made a great choice: this must-see city is alive with museums, skyscrapers and stunning waterfront views. What’s more, its marked focus on accessibility makes it a very appealing place to visit – and keep returning to – if you’re Continue Reading »
Written on September 5, 2017 at 2:00 pm, by Philip Scott
If you’re visually impaired, London has lots of exciting and highly accessible activities in store for disabled access holidays – especially if you’re a music enthusiast. Whether you’re a fan of classical, rock or jazz, this marvellous metropolis is home to first-class venues that accommodate every imaginable genre and taste.