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Amsterdam is one of the greatest small cities in the world. The small scale of the buildings and the intimacy of the streets, canals and squares create an atmosphere that visitors find unique.

The city has the highest museum density in the world and is home to cultural highlights, such as the Van Gogh Museum, Anne Frank House, Hermitage Amsterdam and the Rijksmuseum with Rembrandt’s world-famous Nightwatch. Other well known places of interest in Amsterdam are the Palace on the Dam, the Artis Zoo, Jewish Historical Museum and the Rembrandt House. 
It has all the advantages of a big city; culture, nightlife, international restaurants and good transport, but has a quiet feel largely thanks to its extensive canals.
The city is virtually barrier-free with the accessibility of public buildings, transport and canal boats taken very seriously.

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The largest of the Greek islands, Crete remains one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe. Famed for its beautiful harbours, spectacular mountains and glorious beaches, Crete has a very individual character of its own. This is undoubtedly down to the Cretans who are proud but very friendly people with a great sense of humour and a wonderfully independent spirit.


A holiday aboard a luxury cruise liner is one of life’s great experiences. Its great fun with plenty to see and do and facilities are second to none.


Like a sparkling jewel set into the Mediterranean Sea, Cyprus is an enchanting island of legend and breathtaking beauty. From Alexander the Great to Cleopatra and Aphrodite, Cyprus has close associations with the great civilisations, myths and fables of the past. Ancient ruins, old stone villages and centuries old citrus and olive groves remain as stirring testament to the island’s rich heritage. 


A truly magical land, Egypt is an extraordinary country that continues to fuel the imagination, yet still holds many of its deepest mysteries close to its heart. Home to the Pyramids, the Sphinx, Valley of the Kings and majestic temples, it’s easy to think of Egypt as an ancient world of wonders. However, today’s Egypt is also one of the most modern countries in the Middle East with magnificent holiday resorts purpose-built for the needs of the millions of tourists who visit the country every year.

Hotels in the resorts are spacious, well designed and close to the beautiful beaches. Access is generally good and pavement walkways are popular where you’ll find a myriad of open-air cafes, bars and restaurants. Most places serve a good range of international cuisine as well as delicious local specialities.


Florida has to be one of the most exciting holiday destinations in the world. Orlando itself has an abundance of fantastic attractions, with Disneyland, Universal Studios and SeaWorld all within easy reach and served by regular and well organised excursions. These attractions lead the world and are certainly fun-packed with the highest quality entertainment. One stay is never enough to see it all. 

The Americans are very friendly and, in a country where service is paramount, will prove very helpful with any mobility needs.

Wheelchair accessible rental cars are available and the theme parks are well adapted to the needs of the less mobile.


From the high Alps in the South, the Bavarian plain, and the flowing hills of central Germany to the coast of the North and Baltic Sea: it all looks like a miniature train landscape packed with the nicest of old towns, medieval houses, gothic churches and small villages.

Thanks to the different regional princedoms, earldoms, monarchies and states Germany did not unite until the last centuries. Thus Germany has not one but many major cities. And each city has its own unique character, formed by its history and the surrounding region. Each is a whole new world unto itself in which you will experience not only different architectural styles and art treasures but also a very distinctive lifestyle. Local traditions and mentalities are clearly reflected everywhere - in the arts, the nightlife, the shops, the pubs and restaurants and the way people work and live.

Gran Canaria

Famous for its numerous beautiful beaches and year-round temperate climate, Gran Canaria is the perfect place to relax and unwind. The stunning coastline includes rolling Sahara-like dunes, glorious white sand beaches and transparent waters acclaimed for their cleanliness. Affectionately dubbed ‘The Miniature Continent’, the island is very rural and beautiful, with lush tropical landscapes and exotic flora and fauna set against the romantic backdrop of majestic mountains.

Gran Canaria first earned its popularity with tourists as a health resort and still today the island’s spas, mineral-rich waters and ideal climate maintain its image as a place to refresh mind, body and soul. Golf and water sports are also popular and the resorts offer some of the best cafes, restaurants, clubs and nightlife in Europe. The island also boasts many family attractions, including water parks, theme parks and excellent shopping centres.


Of all the holiday destinations, Italy is a true treasure chest with probably the richest artistic legacy in the world. But Italy also offers idyllic seaside resorts and some of the most magnificent cities in the world. Wherever you go, there is a sense of history and culture all around, where even the buildings are works of art and where the humblest churches contain some of the greatest paintings by the grand masters.

The grandeur and glory of Italy’s Renaissance period is still evident, complemented by a gentle, laid-back lifestyle where animated conversation is more likely to be about food and wine than anything else. Noted for their great sense of style, Italy is a shopper’s paradise, especially for clothes, leather goods, jewellery and glass. And, of course, eating itself is virtually elevated to an art form with restauranteurs going out of their way to ensure your every meal is an unforgettable experience.


The most easterly of the Canary islands, Lanzarote lies just 100 miles off the coast of Africa in the Tropic of Cancer. With an average temperature of 22 degrees, this makes it an excellent holiday destination all year round.

In 1987 the World Tourism Organisation declared Lanzarote one of the six universal models of sustainable development. And in 1993 UNESCO declared the island a Reserve of the Biosphere. The island is justifiably proud of these awards and jealously protects its natural, cultural and artistic heritage, although an economy based on fishing and agriculture has long ago given way to the mainstay of tourism.



The largest of the beautiful Balearic Islands, Majorca has never lost its appeal amongst British holidaymakers. Lying in the Mediterranean off the south east coast of mainland Spain and little more than a two hour flight from most UK airports, Majorca offers virtually guaranteed sunshine throughout the summer months and for much of the year.

As Majorca has been one of the world’s favourite holiday destinations for decades, the island is an experienced host to the less mobile and so accessibility and facilities are generally very good. The island’s beautiful beaches and holiday atmosphere continue to attract tourists from right across the world. All the resorts offer an excellent range of local bars, cafes, restaurants and shops and there is plenty of nightlife. The south coast of the island tends to be livelier, but is also popular with families and older people alike.


A smaller, quieter and more relaxing island than its neighbouring Balearic Islands, Majorca and Ibiza, this island has more beaches than its livelier counterparts put together! 


On Portugal’s southern coast, the Algarve offers everything from sandy beaches and lively bars, to cobbled streets, gypsy markets and seafood restaurants.

The coastline is glorious with its standout beaches. Hidden coves and crescent shaped bays with many child safe Blue Flag credentials make this area perfect for holidaymakers.


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South Africa

South Africa is without doubt one of the most exhilarating and spectacularly beautiful countries on earth. And it can offer many unique experiences for travellers with a keen sense of adventure.

Most visitors to the country choose to tour as, inevitably, watching the best of Africa’s wildlife (including the big five) in one of the world’s biggest national parks, is a major attraction. Getting up close and personal with wildlife is very much a feature of the country. Even on the coast there are opportunities to watch whales doing acrobatics or to take a boat ride into waters patrolled by the infamous great white. Once experienced it is never forgotten.


With beautiful sunshine, a magnificent coastline and a wonderfully relaxed way of life, Spain is just made for holidays.

One of the great empires from the past, Spain’s majestic Moorish castles, dramatic landscapes, picturesque villages and ancient vineyards provide a stunning backdrop to the beautiful beach resorts that have made Spain’s Mediterranean coast justifiably famous throughout the world.    


Gently caressed by the Gulf Stream and with a beautifully warm climate all year round, it’s little wonder that Tenerife is visited by literally millions of British holidaymakers every year. Thankfully there’s plenty of space so you won’t feel crowded!

Like the rest of the Canary Islands, Tenerife was created by tremendous volcanic activity around three million years ago. The massive cone of the last volcano, Mount Teide, remains one of Tenerife’s most impressive sights, its awe-inspiring landscapes forming the dramatic location for the “Star Wars” movie. Like most volcanic destinations, Tenerife’s beaches are mainly black sand.

United Kingdom

From beautiful landscapes in the North to the great city of London in the South east or coastal charms in the South west, England is truly a destination to explore. Choose from vast National Parks, royal gardens or world-class attractions including historic castles and glorious countryside destinations. Seaside resorts, quaint villages and towns steeped in history and culture offer splendid comforts and natural beauty for any traveller.

Nowhere in the country can match the scope and innovation of the metropolis that is London, a colossal and frenetic city where you’ll find Britain's best spread of nightlife, cultural events, museums, galleries, pubs and restaurants. These days, other cities are up and coming and  all have something to offer with Birmingham and it’s resurgent arts scene or Newcastle’s nightlife. Manchester is also now firmly on the map for it’s glamour in cafés and clubs, and of course it boasts the inimitable draw of the world's best-known football team.

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