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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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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

06/12/2015 Frankfurt, Germany

Frankfurt am Main is recognised nationally and internationally as a global city located in the heart of Germany and Europe. It is a major air, rail and highway transport hub as well as the largest financial centre in continental Europe, ranking among the world's leading financial centres. Tourism plays a key role in Frankfurt. 0 comments

06/12/2015 London, United Kingdom

London is a world tourist destination. The city has a mix of old and new infrastructure. This presents a challenge that all historic cities face when addressing accessibility, investing in changes while maintaining a ‘sense of place’ and identity. 0 comments

05/12/2015 Lousã, Portugal

Lousã, a small country town in the north of Portugal, is included here as an "Accessible Tourism Destination” due to the project conducted in this town and region in 2008-2011. 0 comments

05/12/2015 Arona, Tenerife, Spain

Arona one of the first and best examples of Accessible Tourism in Spain. 0 comments

05/12/2015 City of Sozopol, Bulgaria

Sozopol is a town in south-eastern Bulgaria located on the Black Sea coast, situated on a few small peninsulas in the southern part of the Burgas Bay. With a population of 4,767 people, it is within the Burgas Province and is the administrative centre of the Municipality of Sozopol, which has a population of 14,833 people. It is a member of the League of Historical Accessible Cities. 0 comments

30/11/2015 Athens, Greece

Athens' historical centre was developed and renovated in preparation for the Olympic and Paralympic Games, according to the Greek Accessibility Guidelines and urban planning requirements. Today, the legacy of the 2004 Games can be seen in the accessible pedestrian environment and public transport network of the city centre. 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

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