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Argentina is not an ideal destination for the disabled. Cities are full of narrow, uneven streets and sidewalks, and usually only the most upscale hotels have any wheelchair accessible rooms. Nonetheless, some of Buenos Aires's buses, called “piso bajo” buses, are equipped with wheelchair lifts. Be sure to call hotels and restaurants ahead of time and ask specific questions about accessibility – their standards may not be what you´re used to in the United States.

Check out the following websites for organizations and travel agencies provide specialized itineraries and important travel information for the disabled population:


www.flyingwheelstravel.com

www.miusa.org

www.access-able.com

www.diabilitytravel.com

Here are some related tips to help plan your trip to Argentina: When to Go, Getting To and Away, Holidays and Festivals, Types of Tours, Wine Country Tours, Safety, Crossing into Brazil, Shopping, Safety and Safety.








14 Oct 2010






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