In Sweden -- About two million people in Sweden have a disability; as a result, Sweden is especially conscious of their special needs. In general, trains, airlines, ferries, and department stores and malls are accessible. For information about wheelchair access, ferry and air travel, parking, and other matters, your best bet is to contact the Scandinavian Tourist Board. For information on youth hostels with special rooms for those with disabilities, contact Svenska Turist Foreningen, P.O. Box 25, S-101 20 Stockholm
Hotels in Sweden, 1981 (access indicated), free, Swedish National Tourist Office, 75 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, New York 10019. In English, French and German.
Linkoping - Handbook for Rorelsehindrade Linkoping, 1970, free, Socialforvaltingen, Box 356 581 03, Linkoping, Sweden. In Swedish.
Orebro - Mijoguide for Orebro, 1972, free, Stads- byggnadskontoret, Box 1425, 70114 Orebro, Sweden. In Swedish.
For more information:
Swedish Central Committee for Rehabilitation
S-161, 26 Bromma, Sweden
Able to Go: Accessible apartments, hotels, B&B in UK and rest of Europe
Accessible Travel & Leisure: Accessible holidays in UK and rest of Europe
Access Travel: Holidays for the disabled
Can be done: Vacation packages for the disabled