The games have begun, and the world is watching with anticipation. 2018 FIFA World Cup officially kicked off on 14th June and it will occupy football fans’ minds until mid-July. Millions of people all around the world watch the games on TV, online and live. Since worldwide accessibility seems to be increasing every year, how accessible is 2018 FIFA World Cup? Well, after some research, I need to admit “accessibility” finally made its way into FIFA’s dictionary. Below you can read everything I found out about 2018 FIFA World Cup… for wheelchair users!
Money may not buy happiness, but it can certainly get you a plane ticket or two and that’s close enough. If I had infinite resources, I would probably be on the road most of the time. This is the reason why I love budget travel – it allows me to travel more… without ruining my finances completely! Mastering the art of accessible travel is not easy itself, but budget travel in a wheelchair poses even more challenges.
Luckily, I have years of travel experience on my side, and by now I know quite a few places, which are both wheelchair and wallet-friendly. Some of them are perfectly accessible, while others are acceptably accessible. Unfortunately, accessibility is yet to become the standard everywhere, but accessible travel on a budget is definitely not just a fantasy – it is within your reach! Below you can find 5 wallet and wheelchair friendly places for your next travel adventure!
Have you ever wondered, which US cities are the best for the accessible living? Wonder no more! Angie Berkin from Redfin.com prepared a great report illustrating accessibility in the USA… and top 10 wheelchair friendly cities of 2018! I am yet to tour the entire USA, but I fell in love with Florida, so I am thrilled to see Tampa on the list – it was truly an accessible paradise. Big thanks to Angie Berkin for sharing her findings with the Blumil community – as I mentioned before you can easily find her on Redfin. Without any further ado, here are the best 10 cities for accessible living in the USA!
If Disney fairytales were to become true, most of them would be set in Monaco, where dreams come true, and luxury fills the air like perfume. Monaco turned out to be everything I couldn’t find in Dubai: a picturesque harbor of leisure, 5-star authenticity and out-of-this-world cars. This lovely country may be great in size (it’s the second smallest country in the world after the Vatican!), but it’s definitely one of the greatest Mediterranean travel destinations. Filled with casinos, bars, and restaurants, Monaco can entertain you for days, and always leave you wanting more. The important question is: is it as wheelchair friendly as it is entertaining? And what actually can you do in Monaco? Well, I will happily answer all these questions below!