A new ATO Office, in Zeeland (the Netherlands) is managed by Martijn Koppejan who founded Off Road Solutions, a company based in Zeeland, the beach province of the Netherlands, dedicated to making beaches and nature reserves accessible to everyone. Solutions Off Road Solutions strives to offer a complementary array of products, dedicated to find a … Continue reading Off Road Solutions – Everybody to the beach!
HollandHotelTaxi is your partner if you need to go from the airport to your hotel or if you have planned a day out. The accessible van has room for up to 3 wheelchair passengers. Tours in the Netherlands HollandHotelTaxi organises your tours in Amsterdam, Zaanse Schans, Volendam, Edam, Keukenhof, Madurodam, Giethoorn, Delft, Kinderdijk, Rotterdam, The Haque. If … Continue reading Wheelchair taxi and tours in the Netherlands
Lately, Romania is increasingly being included in the travel list of those eager to discover new destinations. Regardless of travel preferences, it ranks among the top travel options of those who have already exhausted traditional European destinations and now are focusing on Central and Eastern Europe. Given the visible progress in terms of tourism infrastructure, … Continue reading Romantic Romania – music festivals and mineral springs
A new tourist attraction in Amsterdam is not to be missed: Amsterdam Lookout. Located on the north side of the IJ, the water dividing the city center and the northern part of Amsterdam. This attraction is so popular, that even though it is open 10 am -10 pm every day, it is pretty crowded. Think about … Continue reading Amsterdam: A’DAM Lookout!
Adaptive skiing In October 2017 Unlimited Possibilities (UP) offering adaptive skiing, was founded by Simone Keijsers and Caroline Ooms. With UP, they want to make it easier for people with physical disabilities to ski, snowboard and surf under the same conditions as a regular athlete. Skiing, snow, it's a passion Since skiing and being in the … Continue reading Adaptive skiing or surfing: UP!
Over the last 5 years, shops in the Amsterdam city center started using a ramp, to make the entrance accessible. The ramps are used when needed, to avoid problems when the streets are too crowded. Within the city center over 500 ramps are in use, and they are easily recognized: the Amsterdam logo is printed … Continue reading City Centre Amsterdam – 500 ramps for retail