Now that long-distance walking is no longer possible for me, I will continue my ataxia awareness-raising/fundraising efforts by making short city walks, highlighting the accessibility of the most-popular cities, hotels and tourist attractions I find, and especially highlighting those businesses who are leading the way when it comes to accessible tourism.

And the first of these tours, which I am currently in the middle of, is a tour of European capital cities.

I’ll be sharing loads of articles/photographs of my trip as I go, which I will share here, and on Twitter and Facebook.

So sit back and enjoy a tour of Europe.

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Mummies, ancient ceramics & other relics displayed amid the skeletal remains of a Gothic church in central Lisbon. With no expense spared in making this a museum that is accessible to all.
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The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid is Spain’s national museum of 20th-century art. The museum was officially inaugurated on September 10, 1992, and is named after Queen Sofía of Spain.
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The Villahermosa Palace in Madrid, once the home of an aristocratic family, was converted to the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, and now house Europe’s largest private art collection.
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The Basilica of the Sagrada Familia is Antoni Gaudí’s unfinished architectural symphony, and the number one visitor attraction in Barcelona.
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Casa Batlló, built between 1904 and 1906 in the heart of Barcelona, is the most emblematic work of the brilliant Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. Gaudí fans really MUST go early.
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The hotel chain leader in accessibility and integration in Spain. Where over 40% of the staff have some form of disability, and where tourism for all is possible. Helping you make a positive social change.
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Enjoy the very best view of Paris, including the Eiffel Tower, from the entirely accessible 56th-floor Observation Deck of the Montparnasse Tower. Or venture right to the very top, and take in Paris from the outdoor terrace (while you sip a glass of bubbly?).
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Book your train tickets to Paris, Brussels, Lille, the South of France and many more European destinations with Eurostar.
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The Tower Hotel is nestled between the River Thames, St Katharine Docks and alongside the World Heritage Site, the Tower of London, boasting unparalleled views of the iconic Tower Bridge.
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Tower Bridge: the most famous bridge over the River Thames in central London – and a must-see for all London visitors.
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