Boston: Disabled Needs
The Athens of America
Disabled visitors should hold no fears about Boston’s accessibility. As a relatively compact city, it is not necessary for anyone with a disability to have to try and transfer on and off transportation all the time. All the main attractions, restaurants and accommodation have entrances that are equipped to welcome disabled visitors. The one concern may be for wheelchair users when traversing some of Boston’s cobbled streets, though these are only present in a relatively small part of the city. There are plenty of disabled car parking spaces in Boston, so if you are planning to drive around the city, that will not be a problem.