Times have changed for travellers who use wheelchairs, are visually or hearing-impaired or have another disability, says Jayne Bliss, a travel adviser with Tzell, who has more than 30 years of experience in planning trips for those with special needs.
“No place is off limits, and hotels, museums and cultural institutions offer more accessibility than ever before,” Bliss said. Here are some of her tips :
Ask your airline for help
Asking your airline for assistance, either at the time of booking or a few days before.....