Dublin has been named the most accessible city in Europe by discount travel firm alpharooms.
The Irish capital came out top in a list compiled by the company, with cities ranked according to three main criteria: accessibility at tourist attractions; accessibility on public transport; and accessibility in hotels.
Dublin beat Vienna to the top spot, with Berlin coming in third and London taking the fourth spot in the overall list.
Rounding off the top ten were Amsterdam, Milan, Barcelona, Rome, Prague & Paris.
In terms of the individual criteria, the most accessible tourist attractions are found in London, most accessible public transport in Dublin, and most accessible hotels in London, while some of the most accessible tourist attractions were London’s Buckingham Palace, The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin and the Louvre Museum in Paris.
Alpharooms said that it hoped the information would be useful to those travelling with a mobility restriction, and describe their ranking as the “definitive” list of the most accessible cities in Europe.
You can find the list in full here.