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A place of historic splendour, tireless innovation, wide-open green spaces and tightly packed architectural marvels, London is a melting pot of cultures, flavours and things to do. It's also very accessible. Take a look at some of the best accessible London hotels we've found.
From iconic Brighton tourist attractions to beachfront cool, Brighton is a treasure trove of things to do and places to go. Vibrant, colourful, fun and free, Brighton offers the energy of the city and freedom of the sea.
If ever there was a British city on the rise, it's Bristol. Once a centre for heavy industry, over the last few decades the southwest's largest city has reinvented itself as a hub of culture and creativity. From Clifton's iconic suspension bridge to Brunel's groundbreaking steamship, the SS Great Britain, it's a city that's awash with historical interest.
Edinburgh is a city that begs to be explored. From the vaults and wynds (narrow lanes) that riddle the Old Town to the urban villages of Stockbridge and Cramond, it's filled with quirky, come-hither nooks that tempt you to walk just a little bit further. And every corner turned reveals sudden views and unexpected vistas – green sunlit hills, a glimpse of rust-red crags, a blue flash of distant sea.
Disarmingly blending sophistication and earthiness, Scotland's biggest city has evolved over the last couple of decades to become one of Britain's most intriguing metropolises. At first glance, the soberly handsome Victorian buildings, legacies of wealth generated from manufacturing and trade, suggest a staid sort of place. Very wrong. They are packed with stylish bars, top-notch restaurants, hedonistic clubs and one of Britain's best live music scenes. The place's sheer vitality is gloriously infectious: the combination of edgy urbanity and the residents' legendary friendliness is captivating.
New Delhi, India's political capital, sits at the crossroads of vibrant modernity and deep cultural history. Visit the cities many historical sites, buzzing restaurants, or sprawling gardens. We loved how accessible monuments such as Humayun's Tomb, the Red Fort, and the Qutab Minar are, especially for persons with lower body impairments and wheelchair users. Take a look at some of the accessible hotels we've found in New Delhi.