Missed flights, lost luggage, wrong directions. If you asked a regular traveler what their worries are, these are the first answers you might hear. But for people with disabilities and mobility issues, travel challenges are at the same time simpler and immensely more difficult: curbs and stairs, too-narrow doorways, and functional bathrooms, to name a few. Much of the world was not built with wheelchairs and diverse abilities in mind, but thankfully that is changing. Today, spectacular destinations on every continent offer more accessible features than ever before, such as ramps, adapted restrooms, accessible transportation, elevators and roll-in entryways. This infographic from Burning Heights highlights five such cities, including one of our favorites–Dublin!–and we can attest to the very hotel recommended here. Bookmark this list for your next accessible adventure.