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17/03/2016 ELEVATOR project commences its review of training tools in acccessible tourism for SMEs

The Erasmus+ "ELEVATOR" project begins its work by reviewing the variety of tools and methods used for training tourism SME managers and staff in disability awareness, accesible tourism business development and customer service. 0 comments

31/01/2016 Enhancing Tourism in Egypt by Reaching Persons with Disabilities. Competition on Accessible Tourism, 2016

Hotels and tourism service providers in Egypt are invited to apply for the first ever "Tourism for All" awards, with the chance of winning a Study Tour to Europe and ENAT Memberships. 0 comments

03/12/2015 Scandic Continues To Focus On Accessibility With New Breakfast Offering

Scandic Hotels offers 28 different products for people with gluten and lactose allergies. 0 comments

ENAT Library Item

09/03/2016 Accessible Tourism for All: An Opportunity within Our Reach

This 19-page brochure features the major highlights of the Manual on Accessible Tourism for All, produced with the ONCE Foundation and ENAT.  

04/11/2015 Journal of Tourism Futures Vol 1, no. 3. Special Issue on the Future of Accessible Tourism

For those with an interest in accessible travel, Elina Michopoulou, Simon Darcy, Dimitrios Buhalis and Ivor Ambrose (ENAT) have edited a special issue of this new journal. We have organised free access to the Special Issue on the Future of Accessible Tourism, available in HTML and PDF formats.  

15/10/2015 ENAT Keynote at Dubai Inclusive Development Forum, October 2015

Slides accompanying the Keynote speech given by Ivor Ambrose, Managing Director, ENAT at an event organised by The Executive Council of the Municipality of Dubai on 11-12 October 2015. (Only available to ENAT Members).  

Project Item

07/03/2016 SE. TOUR – SEnior TOURism Discovering European Territories through Golf and Wine

We invite you to discover some of the best golf destinations for travelers looking for a perfect combination of great golf courses, unforgettable landscapes, amazing weather, excellent wines & cuisine and share the hospitality and spontaneous joy of the locals. 0 comments

25/12/2015 APP TOUR YOU - Accessible Tourism Training and Information for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises

APP TOUR YOU is an European project funded by the Erasmus plus programme, strategic partnerships for Vocational and Educational Training (VET). It experiments with new models of training on accessible tourism and information targeted to SMEs and entrepreneurs in the field of tourism. 0 comments

29/11/2015 Facilitating Low Season Tourism Exchanges in Europe. Encouraging Senior Citizens to Travel: SENTOUR CONNECT

Facilitating Low Season Tourism Exchanges in Europe; Encouraging Senior Citizens to Travel: SENTOUR CONNECT EU project. 0 comments

29/11/2015 Seniors Go Rural - SenGoR - Senior Tourism Project

A bottom-up, stakeholder-driven product for individual senior off-season travel to rural Micro-, Small or Medium sized Enterprises, established and managed through corporate agreements. 0 comments

27/11/2015 European Senior Citizens’ Actions to Promote Exchange in Tourism - ESCAPE

The ESCAPE project brings together 8 partners who have joined forces with the view to work on the enhancement of the existing tourist infrastructure and staff in the low season, facilitating as such transnational exchanges off-season by concentrating on the senior citizens market. 0 comments

30/10/2015 NATIVE Hotels: Charming Hotels and Accessible Tourism

NATIVE Hotels was set up by a group of journalists from various European countries, specialized in tourism and hotels with character. They are motivated by the desire to ensure that all visitors should have equal access to the enjoyment of their favourite hotels. The NATIVE Hotels Web site is accessible to millions of people, who because of physical or sensorial reasons do not have the possibility of accessing conventional web sites. 0 comments

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