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07/03/2016 Transnational Senior Tourism Flows to Hanseatic Cities in Low/Mid Seasons

Partners of the HANSATOUR project aim to use the European (material and immaterial) heritage of the Hanseatic League to attract senior cultural tourists to Hanseatic cities during low/mid season. 0 comments

07/03/2016 Silver Via Alpina

SilViAlp intends to develop and promote a sustainable transnational tourism product consisting in a hiking package on the long-haul Via Alpina Yellow Trail, tailored on 55+needs in terms of travel comfort, safety, security and lifestyle. 0 comments

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

09/12/2015 City of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

Over the past 25 years Barcelona has steadily gained a reputation as one of the world’s most attractive and visited cities. It has become the fourth most popular city destination in Europe by visitor numbers, having 7.5 million visitors in 2013. 0 comments

06/12/2015 Paris - Ile de France, France

The regional tourism board of Paris Ile-de-France has worked with accessible tourism since 2002. The initial objective was to render accessible the world’s number one tourist destination. As part of this strategy, the regional board was involved in the work on the “tourism and handicap label”. 0 comments

06/12/2015 Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm has carried out extensive works on improving accessibility for people with disabilities and continues to do so to this day. 0 comments

News Item

04/03/2016 Accessible Tourism for All: Creating an Accessible Tourism Environment in Malta

3 March 2016. This morning the Minister for Tourism Dr Edward Zammit Lewis and the Parliamentary Secretary for Rights of Persons with Disability and Active Ageing Dr Justyne Caruana, addressed a business breakfast entitled Accessible Tourism for All. 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

07/01/2016 Welcome to the EU Conference on Managing and Promoting Sustainable and Accessible Tourism Destinations

Join leading experts from the European Commission, the UNWTO, the European Environmental Agency, the European Network for Accessible Tourism and many national/regional tourist boards and tourism destination managers for a full-day conference on Managing and Promoting Sustainable and Accessible Tourism Destinations on 28 January 2016 in Brussels. 0 comments

09/12/2015 Access City Award 2016 for Accessible-friendly Cities Goes to Milan!

On the occasion of the European Day for People with Disabilities, the European Commission is pleased to announce that Milan (Italy) is the winner of the 2016 Access City Award. 0 comments

07/12/2015 European Associations In Partnership To Improve Tourist Guiding to Visitors with Disabilities

ENAT, the European Network for Accessible Tourism and FEG, the European Federation of Tourist Guide Associations, have signed a Partnership Agreement, aiming to improve the skills of professional tourist guides, who guide visitors with disabilities. 0 comments

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