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Long weekend city travel guides
That's a place where I share my love of exploring cities around the world. If you want to take your wheelchair out for a spin, or are looking for ideas for your next weekend away, right here you will find a ton of information to plan your next adventure.
Warsaw, Poland’s capital of cool impresses with its resilience and contemporary style.
With its location on the Baltic Sea, the historic and picturesque city of Gdańsk is one of Poland’s prettiest seaside cities, with a rich heritage and history that makes this city the perfect place to visit for a long and cultural weekend.
London is a brilliant place to visit whatever your mobility, and those who use a manual wheelchair to get around will find plenty of suitable options in the British capital.
Dublin is an amazing city, packed with culture, arts, nature, whiskey and one of the friendliest folks in the world. It has a very compact and cosy city centre, perfect to explore over a long weekend break.
Berlin is a mecca of artists, bohemians and working-creative-class heroes from around the world. The city has more than 175 museums, 50 theaters and 300 cinemas and many, many of them are wheelchair-friendly, making it a perfect destination for a long weekend adventure.
Cultural wheelchair-friendly places to hang out
The coolest cultural wheelchair-friendly places to hang out around Warsaw
The coolest cultural wheelchair-friendly places to hang out around Gdansk
The coolest cultural wheelchair-friendly places to hang out around Dublin
The coolest cultural wheelchair-friendly places to hang out around Malmö
The coolest cultural wheelchair-friendly places to hang out around Berlin
The coolest cultural wheelchair-friendly places to hang out around Stockholm
The coolest cultural wheelchair-friendly places to hang out around London
As a wheelchair user, choosing a place to stay can be a time-consuming task to do, because most of the time, the search hotel engines does not have this option to choose from. Here I have collected all the hotels I have stayed in and have reviewed their accessibility. Some of them are better than the others but overall, all of them are wheelchair-friendly and are also located in a wheelchair-friendly neighbourhood. Travel starts with a place to stay, So here you have it. Combine these with our Long weekend city guides and you are guaranteed of havin' a good time.
Novotel Warszawa Centrum is a greta accessible option for manual wheelchair users and it probably offers the best view of downtown Warsaw.
Scandic Gdansk is an excellent wheelchair friendly hotel with a great location; just opposite the train station and within a rolling distance from Old Town. Prefect location to explore the city on wheels.
The Dean is definitely one of the coolest wheelchair-friendly hotel there is in Dublin. Its funky, Its hip, It’s stylish and the staff was extraordinary friendly.
Arcotel Velvet is located in one of the most vibrant areas of Berlin-Mitte, where creativity and art come together.
Malmö Scandic St Jörgen is very centrally located, within rolling distance to many shops, parks and restaurants nearby.
The Double Tree Hilton Hyde Park’s location is perfect to use it as a base to explore London, you have a Hyde Park just in front of you, Bayswater on your left and Notting Hill on the right. Streets are flat with low curbs