The FIA Guide for the disabled traveler, provides information about using Parking Permits, Cards and Placards around the world.
Tips on flying with a disability. (From a US source).
Transportation Security Administration, provides information about airport screening that is relevant to people with specific disabilities or medical conditions. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to find information about what to expect if you have a specific disability.
Information about your rights in Europe (rail, air, bus, etc.)
Accessible surfing and accessible holiday accommodations
Parks with bicycles that have been adapted for wheelchair users. (In French)
Travel in the UK
Download accessible guides from the Tourism Board
Adventure travels in the UK for the whole family.
Information on accessible England
Travel grants available to UK citizens.
Theater accessibility in London (wheelchair seating, braille programs, listening aides, etc.)
Wheelchair Travel UK rents accessible vans and cars.
Information on accessible train stations in the UK.
Information on how air travel works and your rights from a UK disabilities organization.
London metro accessibility information.
Traveling in the US
Information about what your rights are when flying in the U.S.
National Parks throughout the US
De Hoge Veluwe National Park has nature paths and programs that are accessible to all. This includes special bikes for wheelchair users and a 5-kilometre long cultural-historic route that is paved and takes you along the main attractions of the Park, including the Franse Berg, the foundations of the Great Museum, which was never finished, and works of art by Moore, Rimckus and Rückriem.
Rotterdam accessibility information.
Information about accessible train travel in Stockholm.