8 February 2024, Athens. Hosted by the Greek National Tourism Organisation, the 9th Annual Meeting of the Market Intelligence and Marketing Groups of the European Travel Commission (ETC) enjoyed a stimulating collaborative Workshop addressing Accessible Tourism in the context of National Tourist Organisations' (NTOs) research and marketing activities.
Belfast City Council has developed a new toolkit to help tourism and hospitality providers in the city become more inclusive and accessible to visitors with disabilities.
will help tourism businesses across Belfast to ensure our welcome is inclusive to all.
MADRID – FITUR, in collaboration with IMPULSA IGUALDAD, creators of the accessible tourism brand TUR4all, have organised the FITUR 4Aall section, which is being held for the first time in 2024 with the aim of strengthening the quality, diversity and inclusion of the tourism offer.
The International Tourism Trade Fair, FITUR, in collaboration with IMPULSA IGUALDAD, announces the opening of the first edition of the FITUR 4all 2024 Awards, which recognise the efforts of destinations, companies and institutions in the development and promotion of accessibility in the industry.
On 30 November VisitEngland launched its new ‘Accessible and Inclusive Toolkit for Tourism Businesses’in England. The toolkit includes practical guidance on providing an inclusive welcome, designing accessible buildings, employing disabled people and creating quality accessibility information.
UNWTO, Fundación ONCE and UNE have issued a set of guidelines based on ISO Standard 21902:2021 Tourism For All, targeting key players in management of natural resources, who wish to make their offerings more accessible.
UNWTO, Fundación ONCE and UNE have issued a set of guidelines based on ISO Standard 21902:2021 Tourism For All, targeting key players of the cultural tourism ecosystem, who wish to make their offerings more accessible.
Airports have a long standing track record of caring for the most vulnerable passengers and visitors. With this new guidance, they are taking proactive steps to address the needs of passengers with non-visible or less visible disabilities.
The Project focuses on facilitating accessible and sustainable tourism in the Central Baltic regions, by improving access to nature tourism infrastructure, products and information, thus contributing to the increase of the number of tourists.