According to U.S. Census data, 13 percent of people live with one or more disabilities. This means that everyday living can pose its own challenges, from getting around and reading signage to hearing restaurant servers and dealing with anxiety-inducing crowds. These barriers are often exacerbated during travel, which is meant to be rewarding and enjoyable yet is also often filled with the unexpected and the unknown. Luckily, there are apps designed with the accessible traveler in mind:
Filled with hidden treasures waiting to be discovered, Seoul invites travelers to unearth its many gems, and Seoul Tourism Organization is here to help travelers do just that. Through thoughtfully created initiatives like the Theme Tourism County Competition, Seoul Tourism Organization works closely with local districts to identify and showcase what makes each district unique and charming in all seasons.
Flames flicker in the long, low fireplace embedded in the stone wall beside me. It stretches from one end of the indoor pool to the other, casting a glow across the surface of the water. I butterfly my way back and forth through the glimmer with languid strokes. This is no time to race: Here, in the tranquil English countryside at Lucknam Park, I can’t find a single reason to rush.