Wheelchair-Friendly Tours in Glasgow, Scotland

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ToursByLocals recognises that many people with reduced mobility remain keen travelers. For this reason, we ask all of our guides to clearly label whether their individual tours are wheelchair-accessible or not. Reduced mobility should not be a barrier to seeing the world, and today we’d like to recognize one of our guides who has gone the extra mile to accommodate wheelchair users in her tours.

Angela is a Glaswegian (a native of Glasgow, Scotland) and has an appreciation for art, history, music, horticulture and garden design that she loves to share with visitors, along with her sense of humour. Having children herself, she understands the needs of parents or grandparents traveling with little ones.

Angela offers an additional service to clients with mobility issues at no extra cost to her standard tours. She will thoroughly research every aspect of the city in relation to personal concerns, such as wheelchair –friendly transport, difficulty with stairs, proximity to accessible toilets, and restaurants that easily accommodate wheelchair-users. As Angela points out: “Having good information about accessibility at your holiday destination is crucial for wheelchair users and people with reduced mobility.Give me your wish list and I will do the research, so whatever your interests, you can just arrive and look forward to your day.”

Although old European cities like Glasgow have some ancient parts that will never be overly easy to access for those with reduced mobility, there are a great many parts of the city that are, and Angela will make sure travelers see the best of them on her unique wheelchair-friendly Glasgow tour.

Thanks Angela, for making it easier for every traveler to your city to appreciate its old and new world charms.
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