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META - Guidebook for Accessible Tourism, Jaen, Spain

01/12/2008 | 0 comments

The accessibility of services we offer is a condition for all people to take part in tourist activities.

Providers of accessible services must take into account that we live in a plural and diverse society, as requirements are not equal for all people.

Tourism activities should be organized in a way that ensures that people who wish to participate in them can do so freely and voluntarily, in terms of comfort and dignity.

This Guidebook explains the methods for ensuring accessible tourism through applying design criteria, management approaches and information strategies.


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General Information

Submitted by: Ivor Ambrose
Author(s): FEJIDIF
Language(s): ES
Start Year: 2007
Acronym: META
Countries: Spain


Publisher: FEJIDIF
Date published on the web: 28/11/2008

Target Group(s)

Consumers / travellers / tourists | Non-governmental organisations | Older people / Seniors | Organisations of disabled people | Organisations of older people | People with a service animal | People with disabilities | People with hearing impairments | People with learning difficulties | People with long-term health problems | People with mobility impairments | People with visual impairments | Policy makers /Decision makers / Government | Professionals and professional bodies | Public administrators / Authorities | Students | Tour guides | Tour operators | Tourist venue owners / managers | Travel agents | Travel companions, personal assistants | Volunteers | Wheelchair users


Accessibility information, access guides | Accommodation services | Age-related issues, (seniors) | Caf├ęs, restaurants, bars and pubs | Customer relations | Disability, disabilities, technical aids | Policy, legislation | Rail travel | Safety and security issues | Shopping | Special services for disabled visitors | Standards | Tourist information services | Transport services