'Accessibility Business' Publishes Database of Direct Links to Nordic Accessibility Offers
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Accessibility Business, the new accessibility consultancy firm driven by Magnus Berglund previous accessibility ambassador and director at Scandic Hotels, is now releasing a completely new database covering the largest and most attractive tourist attractions in the Nordic capital cities.
The new database, personally curated by Magnus Berglund, includes direct links to each company's accessibility offers in an online platform.
Accessibility Business have launched the database to both promote the tourism industry in the Nordics and help tourists that need more information regarding accessibility. This is where you will be able to find accessibility information on tourism in all the Nordic capital cities: Stockholm, Oslo, Helsinki and Copenhagen (except Reykjavik) and other large cities.
Announcing the new database, Magnus Berglund declared:
"We know how time-consuming finding information regarding accessibility can be, when travelling to another country, or just to another city for meetings or leisure. In this database, we follow the guest’s journey from landing at the airport to leaving with transport from airport to the hotel; planning before going on an excursion such as a museum or to an amusement park, cruise ships and sightseeing.
"In the database you will find all the accessibility information that companies have provided on their websites. Instead of searching websites for adequate information one by one, we have gathered them all in the database. This will make the planning of your trip a lot easier."
The database is primarily built for the Nordics, four countries and eight cities and more than 130 links and more is coming, except Iceland. With the database it will be easier to find information when travelling to larger cities in the Nordics individually or in groups. Our goal is to add more countries, cities and attractions in the future.
Send your accessibility information link
If you have a company within the hospitality industry and want to include your accessibility information in the database, please get in touch. We do not charge anything to be included in the database, it is a service to help those looking for accessibility information – and make it accessible.
We especially welcome more hotels to send in their accessibility offers for us to add to the database. One of the reasons why we have produced this database is because we ́ve met thousands of people with different accessibility needs. Everyone we have met during these last ten years says that accessibility information is what you miss the most when you travel.
Travelling should be accessible for everyone.
Please visit our database and reach out to us, together we can make the Nordics more accessible.
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