London Accessible Travel - Tips from Sage Traveling
08/04/2012 | 0 comments
London Disabled Access Review. Accessible 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. Our London Disabled Access Review describes the best and worst of London accessibility.
Wheelchair traveler, writer and blogger, John Sage, shares his views and experiences giving his useful advice on the dedicated website:
London Disabled Access Review.
Sections include the following:
- 13 London Wheelchair Travel Tips
- Tower of London Wheelchair Access
- Accessible Guided Tours in London
- London Eye Wheelchair Accessibility
- London Wheelchair Accessible Hotels, in various locations
- London Mobility Scooter Rental & Wheelchairs for Hire
- London Accessibility Guide by Sage Traveling
- Accessible Travel Packages for London
- Accessible buses
- Black cabs
Advice also includes the "down side" concerning access, for example, accessible transportation from Heathrow airport. Sage writes that there is no accessible public transportation that goes from Heathrow airport to the centre of London. You’ll need to take the Heathrow Express train to Paddington Station, then transfer to one of the accessible bus lines to get to your hotel.