Easy Access Europe

The creaky, cobblestoned Old World has long had a reputation for poor accessibility. But in recent years, Europe has been making impressive advances toward opening its doors to everybody, including travelers with limited mobility. Maybe you're a wheelchair user with an adventurous spirit. Or perhaps you're traveling with a loved one who has limited mobility. Or you simply don't get around as well as you used to, but your sense of wanderlust refuses that rocking chair. This book was written for you.

Download Rick Steves' Easy Access Europe

This book was last published in 2006 and is no longer in print. We have made it available for free in the form of pdf files so that you can view it on your computer, mobile device, or e-reader.

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  1. Title Page, Maps, and Table of Contents
  2. Foreword
    1a. Introduction
  3. Accessibility Resources and Tips
  4. Great Britain
  5. London
  6. Westminster Roll or Stroll
  7. France
  8. Paris
  9. Historic Paris Roll or Stroll
  10. Champs-Elysées Roll or Stroll
  11. Belgium
  12. Bruges
  13. Bruges Roll or Stroll
  14. The Netherlands
  15. Amsterdam
  16. Amsterdam Roll or Stroll
  17. Haarlem
  18. Germany
  19. Rhine Valley
  20. Appendix and Index