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Salzburg, Austria Accessible Travel Tips

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Salzburg in Austria has a picture-postcard setting.  The city lies next to a river in a valley in the Alps, with imposing castles looking upon the onion-shaped domes of Baroque churches, with snow-capped mountains all around. The whole city-centre, in fact, has been labelled a UNESCO site. By train, it is less than an hour away (if, after a week-long skiing holiday, you start to crave urban environments). It also makes a nice weekend trip from Vienna, which takes about 4 hours by train or less than an hour by plane (if you’d prefer a few days of respite...

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Adaptive Outdoor Activities in Austria for the Disabled

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Behind the name Freizeit-PSO stands “Freizeit Para Special Outdoor Sports” because we want to approach people that are physically and mentally handicapped with our outdoor activities. We, as a public charity have an aim: Integrating all different kinds of people into our society equivalently and at the same time, we want to offer exciting holidays at a reasonable price. The so called integrative holidays, together with your friends and family, has highest priority. That means that all our programs are accessible for people with all kind of different disabilities as well as for their families. [Show slideshow] 12► Adaptive...

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