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Brussels guide lists locations accessible to disabled persons

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par Elsa Sidawy | 06.02.11

In Brussels, two young people in wheelchairs have produced a guide listing both wheelchair accessible and inaccessible places and the best ways to reach them. Using a color code ranging from green, which stands for good accessibility (i.e. no outside assistance required) to red, through yellow (i.e. assistance required) the two young Brusseleirs note the accessibility of streets and sidewalks, but also museums, cafes, restaurants, hotels and theaters in the city. Having voluntarily tested all the places listed personally, this resource is an excellent reference for disabled persons wishing to visit the Belgian capital.

Guide available for download on the site

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