Accessibility in Salzburg, Austria

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Kristen Sachs

Joseph is an avid wheelchair traveler, and he's explored Europe extensively. He made a video to showcase the beauty and accessibility of Salzburg, Austria.

With its rich history and beautiful landscapes, Joseph says Salzburg is "easily my favorite city so far that I've visited in Europe ... It might be heaven."

As for navigating the city on wheels, here's what Joseph has to say.

"It's pretty accessible. Some of the streets have cobblestones, but most of them are pretty flat and paved. ... Some of the tourist shops have steps to go in, but most of them are flat."

One additional accessibility tip Joseph shares is that a key is required to gain access to accessible restrooms. And the key used in Salzburg is different than the key used throughout the rest of Austria and Germany. A great tip to keep in mind.

All in all, it sounds like Salzburg is a city you won't want to miss on your next trek through Europe. Be sure to share this post with other avid travelers!

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