While in Denmark, individuals with disabilities may find accessibility and accommodation very different from what they find in the United States; however, the law prohibits discrimination against persons with physical and mental disabilities in employment, education, access to health care or other state services, and other areas. In addition, the law mandates access to buildings, education, information, and communications for persons with disabilities. The Danish government generally enforces these provisions. All forms of public transportation have accommodations for persons with disabilities, though many buildings are not easily accessible for the disabled. Accessibility information is available on the Danish tourist organization’s website, VisitDenmark. A parliamentary ombudsman monitors the equal treatment of disabled persons and receives a significant number of complaints related to discrimination against disabled persons each year.