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Easter holidays are the perfect time to disconnect for a few days, whether by travelling, enjoying your hometown or spending a couple of relaxing days at home.

If you like to see the various religious events that take place these days, many considered to be of international touristic interest, you'll surely appreciate that organisers are working to set aside spaces for people with reduced mobility. One clear example of this is the inclusive guide for people with all sorts of disabilities that the Granada City Council (Spain) launched last year in collaboration with La Ciudad Accesible to make their parades accessible to everyone.

«At the events held these days, organisers are working to set aside spaces for people with reduced mobility.»

 

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But if you don't like traditions and just want to celebrate that the good weather is back and you can make plans outdoors, go out with your family and friends for a walk in mountains, a park or along the accessible greenways, where you can use our handbikes and enjoy nature and the first glimpses of spring.

Another options is taking a trip to recharge your batteries or spending a few days resting with the family. There are accessible travel sites for wheelchair users, such as Equalitas Vitae and Wheelchairtravelling, that can help you find ideas to prepare your getaway. Plus, we also recommend interesting destinations for these occasions on the Batec Mobility blog. You'll find them in #BatecTravels ;-)

«If you don't like traditions, take advantage to make plans outdoors, travel to recharge your batteries or spend a few days resting with the family.»

 

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Finally, just because you can't travel for holidays doesn't mean you can't have fun and discover new places. Take advantage to visit museums and exhibitions in your hometown, those things that are always there and you never find time to see. They're often the most adapted spaces for wheelchair users. Or get lost in the streets and alleyways, monuments and green areas you don't know, because every city has its secrets. The perfect plan for an entertaining afternoon as a tourist in your own city.

 

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And if you're more of a homebody, why not try making a typical Easter dessert? Torrijas, Easter eggs or Pastiera are some traditional sweets. Easy to make ... and even easier to devour! Yum!

«Now that the good weather is back, you'll be able to use our handbikes and enjoy nature.»

 

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