Teruel is considered the city of love, the world capital of Mudéjar architecture and the birthplace of dinosaurs in Spain. And, for years, this province bets more and more for tourism for all.
Practically the entire historic center of Teruel is for pedestrians, which is certainly good news for those whom are looking for accessible holidays. It is recommended to look here among your offer of adapted hotels.
The Tombs of the Lovers of Teruel is dedicated to Diego and Isabel, the two protagonists of what is said to be the most beautiful love story ever told. It is adapted to the disabled and has accessible restrooms.
In the city you can see the best Mudejar architecture in the Towers and the roof of the Cathedral, declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. To access the cathedral, as commented from Viajeros sin límite, reference blog of accessible tourism, it is necessary to "cross the arch that leads to the Diocesan Museum and ask for the access door for visitors to the cathedral that open the main door, since the ramp that they have in this entrance is very badly executed".
On the other hand, visiting Dinópolis will let the tourist discover the animal kingdom of Teruel 150 million years ago, and see the dinosaurs that lived in the province, in real size. The whole park has wheelchair accessible routes, and restrooms adapted to the disabled.
Around 41 km to the city is located the Castle of Mora de Rubielos. It’s considered a BIC (Good of Cultural Interest, by its initials in Spanish), and an artistic-historic monument, belonging to the National Artistic Treasury. Besides, it’s one of the few accessible castles of the peninsula. Review here its accessibility information.
There’s an adapted path in the Sierra de Albarracín, perfectly accommodated and with two parking areas for the disabled. It’s a good option for those looking to enjoy and accessible trip. More information.
In the following links you can look up the experience of many travelers in a wheelchair through the province of Teruel:
Sources: Turismo de Teruel, Barrera Cero.
Image: Mausoleo de los Amantes de Teruel.