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This report, by Carlos Buj of the International Centre for Responsible Tourism, Leeds Metropolitan University, aims to generate useful knowledge about the travel needs of people with limited mobility (PwLM) as well as to identify ongoing trends in the unexplored field of accessible tourism as an economic sector. The research carried out for this report is based on literature review, a questionnaire, case studies and interviews with experts. The findings are discussed and used to shape the final recommendations and conclusion.
New South Wales Minister for Tourism Jodi McKay and Minister for Disability Services Peter Primrose announce that the accessible tourism website sydneyforall.com has won the World Leisure Organisation Innovation prize at the World Leisure Congress in South Korea. 0 comments
02/09/2010 Accessible Holidays in Spain
Viajes AcceSIbles reports on 'Holidays for All' in Spain this summer. 0 comments
This survey reviews the specific needs of travellers using a wheelchair or other mobility aids or those who simply experience some form of mobility limitation. 0 comments
ATHENA project invites all accessible tourism stakeholders and fans to meet in November in the Moravian-Silesian Ostrava. 0 comments
Brussels, 27 July 2010 – The European Commission announces the launch of “Access●City Award”, the first European Award for Accessible Cities. This annual award aims to highlight the European cities that are taking the most effective and innovative action to improve their accessibility for disabled citizens. 0 comments
The opening ceremony of the works to improve the accessibility of the Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tile Museum) – sponsored by the Salvador Association, with the support of the patrons Banco Espírito Santo and SEMAPA – was held on 14th April 2010. 0 comments
The New Zealand Tourist Board does not collect any statistics on visitors with physical disabilities or specialist needs. A new private survey will identify visitors' requirements and focus attention on accessible tourism provisions as preparations are under way for the 2011 Rugby World Cup. 0 comments
This analysis is result of survey of European information systems that provide visitors with specific information about the accessibility of tourist destinations and facilities. 0 comments
05/08/2010 Presentation on ENAT Congress in Vienna
Presentation of the project ATHENA and accessible tourism in the Czech Republic given at the ENAT Congress in Vienna, September 2009. 0 comments
For long Vuokatti is known worldwide for its superb sports and leisure facilities. It has been a regular host for all levels of athletes and individuals who enjoy practicing a physical activity in a purely natural and friendly setting. The Elma project is focussed on developing a sustainable, Universally Accessible destination for all. 0 comments