Disabled travelers need to do their research on transportation, locations, hotel stays, and attractions.
Our PastAccess team travels the globe in order to provide you all the necessary travel tips needed for the best experience possible.
"Hope for the best, prepared for the worst"
Pete's Top 5 Hotel Tips.
Join Pete as he presents his Top 5 tips for finding the right "wheelchair friendly" hotel while traveling abroad.
"Be Prepared" is the old Boy Scout motto and it is still good advice when it comes to train travel for disabled travelers. Past Access Travel Tips provides some much-needed insight into taking the train throughout Europe.
This is where your journey begins and Past Access will provide you some tips to navigating through this experience. From checking-in to asking the right questions on baggage and wheelchair delivery, we've got you covered.
Getting to Stockholm on the ArlandaExpress Train:
Taking the Arlanda Express train from the airport to Central Station in Stockholm may be the more convenient way to get downtown. The ArlandaExpress train is just plain easy for wheelchair travel.
Exploring Rome is well worth the effort as a wheelchair traveler, however, play it safe with some advice from Past Access. From crossing the busy and hectic streets to being aware of your surroundings and avoiding the ever-present pickpockets, you can take control of your exploration of the eternal city.
Riding WMATA Metro System in Washington D.C.
One of the best and more wheelchair accessible ways to explore Washington D.C. is with the DC Metro. Get your smartcard filled up and let's go!!
Navigating Amsterdam in a wheelchair can be tricky between cars, trams, and bike lanes. We provide some good insight on how to manage the city in a safe and fun way.
Wheelchair travel in Venice can be challenging but it is totally worth the effort. Pete Collman guides you through the do's and don'ts of Vaporetto and Water Taxi transportation throughout this amazing floating city.
London is a big town and there are several ways to get from point "A" to point "B". The London taxi option may cost a bit more but the convenience for wheelchair users is immeasurable. Many taxis in London are modular and have ramps built-in for ease of use. Let's go and explore London!
A trip to Paris is not complete without a visit to the Eiffel Tower. This structure was constructed by Gustave Eiffel from 1887 until 1889 in time for the World's Fair. Wheelchair access is possible and Past Access provides some valuable insight into your visit of this amazing structure.