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DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide: Andalucia & Costa Del Sol by DK Publishing

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Special Concerns

1. Disabled Travellers

Historically lagging behind in providing for people with mobility problems, Spain has now begun to catch up in creating more accessibility. At least at the airport you should find adequate facilities – as long as you notify your travel agent and/or airline of your needs in advance and then reconfirm a week before departure.

2. Disabled Accommodation

The older buildings, often refurbished medieval structures, are usually entirely without facilities for the disabled – there are endless stairways and levels to contend with, sometimes even within a single room. Stay in one of the newer hotel you can find, where lifts and bathrooms will probably be large enough and will all comply with EU laws for disability access. ...

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