Top 5 Accessible Attractions AmsterdamBy Niamh Duffy -
1. Take a photo with the 'I Amsterdam' sign!
They began as a marketing campaign however have now become a landmark and a representation of the city’s willingness to accept everyone, regardless of race, sex, nationality and physical ability. Proudly pose in front of it and snap a photo - post it on social media and don’t forget to tag Limitless!
2. Cruise the canals in style!
There are a few companies that offer wheelchair accessible river cruises with access via a ramp and onboard lift. Check out Blue Boat Company!
3. Enjoy a Heineken!
A printed guide detailing the accessible route is provided to each wheelchair user at the ticket booth. With it spread across four levels but accessible to wheelchairs via lifts the Heineken experience is a must when visiting the city.
4. Take in the world's largest collection of Van Gogh!
The museum is located in the Museumplein and is fully wheelchair accessible. Access is provided via elevators and disabled toilets are available inside. One companion may accompany wheelchair user free of charge.
5. Sample a Dutch delicacy!
The Simonehoeve Cheese Farm has adapted facilities for people with reduced mobility, with disabled toilets and access to the shop and restaurant. It is also possible to get a sign language interpreter if booked in advance.
We have tried and tested Amsterdam's local transport, hotels, and activities and picked out the very best of the best. So if you fancy ticking these breathtaking attractions off your bucket list just enquire now on our website or give us call on 0800 069 8060 and we will do the rest...