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Wheelchair friendly or reduced mobility

Scunthorpe, United...
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Wheelchair friendly or reduced mobility


I am taking my mum to Dubrovnik at the end of this month, she needs a wheelchair to go long distances but can manage steps with help from myself if need be and depending on how she feels. We are staying in Zaton Bay area, and will be coming into Dubrovnik a few times. Does anyone have a suggestions on what to do, what to see with her, and travel tips and best/most reasonabliy priced prices to eat would be useful. Also I will be doing stuff by myself as well when she just wants to relax, so suggestion that way would be great also!


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Sarajevo, Bosnia...
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for Dubrovnik, Split, Cavtat, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo, Mostar, Zagreb
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1. Re: Wheelchair friendly or reduced mobility

I posted some time ago this information about Dubrovnik for persons with dissabilities - maybe you can email the Dubrovnik Tourist Board or organisations mentioned there with a question:


Zagreb, Croatia
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2. Re: Wheelchair friendly or reduced mobility


https:/… In terms of "reasonable price" meals, it's easier to find less expensive konobas and restaurants outside the walls.

Edited: 03 August 2018, 04:33
United Kingdom
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3. Re: Wheelchair friendly or reduced mobility

Zaton is lovely, and the main street following round the coast is fairly flat. There are loads of different restaurants in that bit where you could eat. We love Konoba Kasar, which is right on the waters edge (you can throw bread to the fish, and watch them flock), with a beautiful view..but it is a bit on the pricier end of the spectrum (worth it for a treat though). The very best food and loveliest service in the area is just round the bay in Konoba Veranda in Stikovica..but there is quite a steep flight of steps up to the restaurant, you would have to judge for yourself if mum could manage that, but if she could I think you would very much enjoy it there. If you eat chicken you would love the "special chicken". It's delicious.

Chester, United...
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4. Re: Wheelchair friendly or reduced mobility

Take your Mums Blue badge (disabled ) with and you can park anywhere in Croatia for free. Another wonderful EU equality law!


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