Disabled traveller

Amsterdam In Your Pocket - Canals (Grachten)

Access for disabled people is taken into consideration nearly everywhere in the Netherlands. Many public buildings have special entrances, lifts and toilets that are wheelchair friendly. Blind and visually impaired travellers can find their way on pavements thanks to special adjusted tiles and many pedestrian crossings at traffic lights have clicking noises as well as light signals. If you end up in a rare place where this isn't the case you can ask any bystander for assistance. The Dutch are very helpful and will make sure that you arrive at your destination safely.

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