Thursday, July 18, 2019

Disabled Travel in London

Disabled travel in london showing an accessible red busDisabled travel in London can be without problems if you have the right information before you set out. The sites below are hand picked with facts so you can enjoy London with few access issues. Wheelchair, mobility scooter users and the blind that would have the most problems with access getting around London are given the greatest considerations. Read through the London accessible travel information sites below detailing disabled travel in and around the capital. Discover wheelchair accessible London taxis, step free tube stations, buses and some great fully accessible places to visit.  Disabled travel in London really can be stress free and it is a great place to visit with or without a disability.

London has a great deal to offer and is surprisingly accessible for disabled people including wheelchair users. Plan your visit using the information provided in the sites below and enjoy all that London has to offer.

Take time out and consider a visit to London and view access and information guides listed below to help you plan and enjoy London including its many theatres, accessible museums, a trip on the accessible London Eye and pleasurable Thames River trips. This section provides help and information for disabled travel in London; if you are looking for access to disabled  places of interest such as Madame Tussauds, London Tower etc please see our accessible London tourist attractions guide via the link below.  If you found this accessible disabled London section of ABLEize useful please share it with a friend by clicking the “Share” link below.

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A site designed to offer information about disabled access in London theatres including wheelchair access, the availability of large print and Braille as well as audio and CD assistance. An ultimate guide to London theatres for the disabled.

Details of Blue Badge disabled parking for drivers visiting London. This official Visit London guide offers details of how to identify the bays, explains the parking time restrictions and highlights accessible parking at some of London’s biggest attractions.

Probably the best accessible disabled travel guide to London with details of everything from accessible WC’s, pubs and restaurants, local attractions and Royal Parks as well as shopping and even visiting a police station. Site provides search facilities and clearly shows a range of disabled symbols to assist with all disabilities getting around and enjoying London.

A Network Rail site with details of the station accessibility at London Bridge including information about ramps and any platform issues. Includes details of accessible toilets and how to get to and from the station.

A useful travel guide to accessing London in a wheelchair with details of bus travel and access to some of the top sights. Includes the low-down on the pros and cons of London disabled access including the bad as well as challenging areas.

Visit London offers official exemption charge details for disabled Blue Badge holders that travel into central London. Includes details of how to register if your vehicle is not exempt from road tax. Read the facts before entering central London by car.

An EDF energy website providing details for disabled guests on the London eye as well as river cruises on the River Thames. Provides information for wheelchair users as well as the hearing and visual impaired.

A comprehensive and must read guide for anybody with a disability visiting London providing details of the underground and overground train systems, buses, taxis and riverboats as well as Blue Badge parking and a number of related websites to help you plan your accessible trip to London.

Providing details of wheelchair access to London buses, trams, tube stations, taxis and mini cabs. Includes a printable guide.

Details of accessible transport in London with campaign details, news and downloads as well as donation options. Site includes details of how to become a member as well as contacts for help.

Providing information about the accessibility in London black cabs including a hearing induction loop, wheelchair ramps and colour contrasting gripping aids available in official taxis. Site also offers a video clip for more information.


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