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Would someone with physical disabilities have difficulties living in this city?
The Metro stations are not always handicap (or stroller) accessible. Hungarians are usually very quick to help, especially with carrying strollers up and down stairs. - Dec 12, 2017
The Metro stations are not always handicap (or stroller) accessible. That said, the Hungarian people are VERY quick to help, especially with carrying strollers up and down stairs. - Jan 23, 2012
Many. Some metro stops don't have elevators/escalators--only stairs. Same goes for underpasses for crossing the street. - Apr 28, 2010
Some of the public transportation may not offer access. - Dec 29, 2009
Hills, lots of stairs, high sidewalks with few ramps, split-foyer designs which require use of stairs to reach the elevator, no-parking poles and other sidewalk fixtures -- all are challenges, but not insurmountable. The Embassy has many built-in accommodations. - Feb 24, 2008