The creator the popular accessible travel blog Travel Breathe Repeat – @sarahpoitras – just started a new venture: Accessible Travel Itineraries in Europe!
Here is what she had to say in the Travel Breathe Repeat update:
We’re incredibly proud to unveil our latest venture – Accessible Itineraries. We offer travel planning services to help people with mobility issues, disabilities, or chronic illnesses travel to Europe. We truly believe that travel is good for body, mind, and soul – and that it should be accessible to everyone. We want to help people plan unique, personalized itineraries and help with all the accessibility-related logistical issues.
Check out our website to read our full offering and follow us on Facebook to stay up to date with what we’re working on. And if you or anyone you know could use our services, please get in touch.
I just thought – anyone visited Tbilisi, Georgia? It is the best option, I believe. No matter where you go – it’s absolutely astonishing. It would be great for visiting in autumn and this is the best mountains I’ve seen in my life, I swear. There’s a sea nearby and if you suddenly get tired of nature (which happens sometimes), there’s a lot to see in the town (the food is really cheap and tasty there). For booking I recommend https://onewaytour.ge/, we used it two times already and pretty pleased with the work of the agency.