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World's best cities to travel to if you're disabled
Emily chose Barcelona, Singapore and Berlin while Mik loves Cardiff.
From the Independent: “Holidays and adventures mostly require good planning and preparation to ensure that our flights, accommodation and activity providers are aware of our additional requirements and that we ourselves have everything we might need for the journey ahead,” says Yates, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at a young age and is a full-time wheelchair user.
But, she adds, “As frustrating as it can be to know that just booking a flight and jetting off without a care in the world probably isn't the best of ideas, advice and suggestions from other people in similar situations can be really helpful.”
So what are your favourite holiday destinations and what advice and suggestions would you give to others?
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