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Shanghai accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays

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Shanghai accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays

Shanghai is well known as the showpiece of mainland China. One look at its incredible set of outrageous and whimsical architecture and you will understand why it earns its name. Furthermore this large city is filled with residents from all over the world and caters to an international group. Whether you are travelling with a disability to Shanghai on business or for pleasure there are a dizzying number of attractions to enjoy. Add to that a terrific selection of accommodations, your holiday in Shanghai with a disability will be a memory to cherish for a lifetime.

DISABLED FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES IN SHANGHAI

People’s Square

Address: Wusheng Rd, RenMin GuangChang, Huangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi, China, 200000

People’s Square is the largest public square in Shanghai. It is a spectacular open space in the heart of the city. You can also venture to the nearby imposing monuments such as Shanghai Museum, Shanghai Art Museum, Contemporary Art Museum and Urban Shanghai Museum.

Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center

Address: 100 Renmin Ave, RenMin GuangChang, Huangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi, China, 200000
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If you would like o see how Shanghai will look like in 2020 consider paying a visit to the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall. This mind blowing museum shows both current as well as future development. In addition it traces the evolution of Shanghai and provides imposing displays, interactive exhibits that come complete by sound, light and vision effects. The museum incorporates special hallways for people with disabilities as well as free wheelchairs and walking sticks. You can also take advantage of the audio guiding devices that allow you to gt insight information in eight languages (Chinese, English, French, German, Russian, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish)

Yu Garden

Address:218 Anren St, Huangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi, China, 200010
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Yuyuan Garden is a famous classical garden in the heart of bustling Shanghai. It dates back to the legendary Ming Dynasty. It features six breathtaking areas comprising many pavilions, halls, rockeries, ponds and cloisters.

ACCESSIBLE ACCOMMODATIONS IN SHANGHAI

With the enormous selection, you can decide on your budget and the size of accommodations you require on your holiday to accessible Shanghai. All holiday rentals: apartments, cottages and hotels are equipped with elevators and ramps. In addition they have Braille labels for those with visual impairments. If you are not scared of heights, consider taking accommodations in one of the towering skyscrapers to enjoy breath taking views of Shanghai.
Furthermore our website offers three accessibility options for you to select. Just choose your level of mobility and choose from a list of accessible accommodations that feature numerous amenities. Our holiday rentals are wheelchair friendly having roll-in showers, grab rails, hoists and step free access.

No matter where you want to spend your disabled holidays you will find suitable vacation rentals. We have accessible accommodations centrally located near the most important and convenient areas, or safe and comfortable at the outskirts. You can book different types of vacation rentals: hotels that offer local flavor and all the comforts of home.as well as stylish Luxury Apartments in the centre of accessible Shanghai to large holiday cottages on the outskirts of town.

GETTING AROUND SHANGHAI WITH A DISIBILITY – ACCESSIBLE TRANSPORTATION

If you use a wheelchair or have other mobility needs, Shanghai has taken measures to make itself accessible to everyone. Being a rather flat city, maneuvering on sidewalks and streets is relatively easy. There are special street crossings with audio for those who are visually impaired. In addition you will find many ramps for those who have a disability. A number of taxi and car services can transport you and your wheelchair across the city. Reserving ahead is often a good idea for utmost convenience.

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