Canada: Where accessibility is a part of life right from the start

04/03/2018

Photo: Moraine Lake at Banff National Park; Copyright: panthermedia.net/JamesWheeler

With mountains, lakes and forests Canada offers the nature lover the complete package, including one or the other wildlife observation.

Photo: Karl B. Bock; Copyright: RUNA REISEN GmbH

For Karl B. Bock, Managing Director of RUNA REISEN GmbH, Canada is always worth one or more trips.

Trips for active people, who prefer self-determined and flexible travel

Photo: Judyta Smykowski; Copyright: private

Although she was on there for business with the SOZIALHELDEN, Judyta Smykowski got an impression during her seven-day-stay at Toronto of how the Canadians interpret accessibility.

Metropolitan areas that embrace people with disabilities

Photo: Skyline of Toronto with Canada geese and swans on the Lake Ontario in the foreground; Copyright: panthermedia.net/surangastock

Besides the beauty of nature, Canada's metropolitan areas, such as Toronto, also have a lot to offer. After all, Canadians are known for their helpfulness and friendliness.

Planning is everything

Photo: Anne Hofmann; Copyright: private

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