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17/01/2012 City of Ávila, Spain

The City of Ávila, Spain, won the first EU Access City Award in 2010. As a tourist attraction it is especially known for its well-preserved medieval city walls and many heritage sites. Ávila is a member of the "League of Historical and Accessible Cities", a project established by the European Foundation Centre. 0 comments

17/01/2012 City of Turin, Italy

Turin (Torino) is the capital of Italy's north-western region of Piedmont (Piemonte). Geographically located at the cross point of the Po River and the Dura River, the city is surrounded by the snow-covered Alpine arch, which offers an impressive backdrop. With a population of 909,000 inhabitants, which reaches 2.2 million people in the wider metropolitan area, Turin is a major business, industrial and cultural centre. 0 comments

17/01/2012 City of Mulhouse, France

Mulhouse, a city of 112,000 inhabitants, is located between the Rhine river and the Vosges mountains, close to Germany and Switzerland. It offers unique attractions and quality of life to visitors and citizens alike. 0 comments

17/01/2012 City of Lucca, Italy

Lucca is a city of approximately 85,000 inhabitants in Tuscany, Italy. It is renowned for its Renaissance-era walls, houses, towers, churches, Renaissance palaces and 19th-century little piazzas. 0 comments

17/01/2012 City of Viborg, Denmark

With its 35,000 inhabitants, the city of Viborg is one of Denmark’s oldest cities, dating back to 900 AD, as well as an important administrative centre. 0 comments

01/01/2012 Our Friendly Built Environment Portal

The Singapore Building and Construction Authority's (BCA's)Friendly Built Environment Portal was first developed with our local users in mind, to serve as a one-stop portal for information on universal design and accessibility to cater to the special needs of different user groups. We are in the midst of enhancing this portal and will take on board feedback of users to further improve it. 0 comments

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16/01/2012 Inclusive Travel Offers and Services in the Azores by ENAT Member, Cresaçor

Cresaçor – Regional Cooperative of Solidary Economy promotes inclusive tourism in the Azores, offering comprehensive vacation packages accessible to people with special needs with accommodation, transport, accommodation and additional services. 0 comments

26/12/2011 Scandic Hotels Wins Design Innovation Prize in Norway

The Norwegian Design Council is behind a new Norwegian prize to reward innovative, accessible and user-friendly solutions. Scandic Oslo Airport won the category "Furniture and Interiors" and was thus automatically nominated for the Innovation Award for Universal Design. In November 2011 Scandic Oslo Airport won by the main prize - the Innovation Award. 0 comments

24/11/2011 A special ENAT offer on two essential Accessible Tourism books

Order these two new textbooks on Accessible Tourism from Channel View Publications and make great savings, thanks to this deal arranged with ENAT. The offer closes on 31 January 2012. 0 comments

17/11/2011 EU Access Cities Award competition advances towards the December final

Eight cities have been shortlisted for the prestigious European Access City Award 2012. With 114 entries from 23 EU countries, the jurors had a challenging task identifying the finalists. 0 comments

29/10/2011 Call for Abstracts, Interdependence 2012 Conference, Vancouver, Canada

Co-hosted by the Rick Hansen Foundation and the Rick Hansen Institute, Interdependence 2012 is an international four-day conference and exposition with a focus on creating accessible communities and furthering spinal cord injury (SCI) research for a cure. Abstracts are now invited for presentations in the theme session on "Making Communities Accessible for All". The two sub-themes are "Accessible and Inclusive Tourism" and "UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities". 0 comments

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01/11/2011 Guidelines to ensure accessibility to museums and exhibitions for the blind and partially sighted

A visit to a museum, whether of art, local history or technology, is just as worthwhile for the blind and partially sighted as it is for visitors without visual impairments. In order to make it easier for the blind and partially sighted to visit museums and exhibitions autonomously, the Coordination Unit on Tourism of the German Federation of the Blind and Partially Sighted (Reg. Ass.) took the public discussion on this topic into consideration and then proceeded to make the following recommendations at its annual conference in Essen in 2010.  

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