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  • Silver Travel Advisor

    Travel and reviews website for the over 50s. If you are planning or just thinking about your next trip or holiday, this is the place to find out more before making those big decisions. To check out the places you have in mind or to discover new ideas, the easiest way is by reading our hotel reviews, cruise reviews, escorted travel tour reviews and a huge range of other travel reviews you can trust. Free membership.

  • The Full Guide To Flying With A Disability

    Everyone has the right to enjoy a trip abroad. In this guide, we’ll discuss everything you can do to make planning your holiday easier. Produced by PARKING4LESS.com (Copyright holder, 2019).

  • Touradapt

    Welcome to Touradapt, your travel agency adapted to your needs. In Touradapt we offer you vacation packages and tours adapted to different types of disabilities, choose your destination and enjoy. If you can not find your destination, please contact us by e-mail with the desired destination, your data and your disability and we will contact you to offer you the best option for you or your group. In Touradapt we work with other entertainment companies to offer a vacation for you. With us you can enjoy your holidays at the beach, hiking and enjoying the mountains, started in diving or paragliding soar.

  • Accessible Vienna

    More information, less frustration. This is the motto for these guidelines for our visitors with special needs. This website, from the Vienna Tourist Board - Wien.info, includes access information on: hotels, sights, opera, theatre, concerts, cinemas, cafés, restaurants, services, public restrooms, specialized tour guides, as well as Getting to Vienna, Medical Aids & more, Public Transport, Information and Advice, Approaching art from a new angle, roomchooser.com - accessible hotel rooms at the click of a mouse, and Video guides in German and British sign language.

  • Pantou.org - The European Accessible Tourism Directory

    Pantou is the Greek word for Everywhere. This web service presents the Directory of suppliers of accessible tourism services in all European Union and Accession countries. It also includes suppliers such as travel agents and tour operators who provide accessible services for Europe-inbound customers. The Pantou Directory: makes it easier for tourists with any kind of access needs to find what they are looking for when planning a visit; promotes European accessible tourism suppliers, showing places to go and things to do – in safety and with convenience and comfort. Until now it has been difficult for a visitor with access needs to find out about the availability of suitable suppliers across Europe. Pantou has been developed by ENAT, EWORX S.A. and VVA to meet the need for a reliable and comprehensive pan-European guide to all kinds of tourism services that are currently offered for this market segment. Suppliers who are listed on Pantou provide a wide variety of tourism services, including accommodation, facilities, transport, tours, venues and attractions that are designed to be inclusive and accessible for people who have a disability, long-term health condition or other specific accessibility requirements. To be listed with Pantou, tourism suppliers must indicate the type of service(s) offered and the particular target groups they can serve. The Pantou Directory is supported by the European Commission, Directorate GROW (Tourism Unit). Legal disclaimer: The European Commission is not responsible for the content of the Pantou.org site, nor is it liable for any loss or damage arising from use of information contained on the website. See also Pantou Terms of Use.

  • Accessible Baltics

    Dear traveller and friend of accessible tourism: We are here to fulfill disabled peoples´ travelling wishes to Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Welcome to the website of Accessible Baltics! Whether you wish to travel to calming nature, walk on the paths of culture or wish to spend a day in resting your mind and body, we will help you fulfill your travelling wishes. We will do everything we can to make you feel safe, secure and well during the trip. Together, lets create memories worth remembering even years later! From our website, you can find fresh information about accessible tour offers for groups of maximum 20 people. Should you wish to spend your holiday with your family or smaller group, we offer the opportunity to work with you to put together a pleasing escorted trip to Estonia – specially for you. Being first Estonian tour operators in Accessible Tourism area, we have 5 target groups: moving, visual, hearing impairment, their family and friends. And families, who have children with mental disability. In preparing accessible tour packages, we derive from the specific needs of our target groups. Needs, that are determined by our customers – you yourself. We specialize in offering trips to Estonia in culture, nature and health&wellness tourism. We escalate to the whole Baltic region step-by-step, according to Accessible Baltics team´s capabilities of mapping accessible tourist destinations, cooperation with partners, and certainty and quality of our tours related to it. Here we originate from the principle that less is more. Stay with us and explore the real pearls of the Baltic Sea!

  • Oxygen Worldwide

    OxygenWorldwide is a company under Dutch management established in 1993. OxygenWorldwide is based in Spain and operates internationally. Our objective is to make travel for those who need oxygen as carefree as possible. All OxygenWorldwide employees are multilingual. Our customer service staff speaks five languages: English, Spanish, German, French and Dutch. OxygenWorldwide arranges oxygen delivery worldwide for oxygen users on holiday or staying abroad for a longer period of time, also in case of a tour through several countries. OxygenWorldwide arranges oxygen at airports until the moment you board the plane and from the moment you deplane (*). OxygenWorldwide arranges oxygen at home after hospital discharge. OxygenWorldwide arranges oxygen for individual users, insurance agencies, emergency centres and oxygen suppliers in your home country. OxygenWorldwide delivers liquid oxygen (LOX), cylinders and (portable) concentrators.OxygenWorldwide has an international network of oxygen suppliers and works with associates worldwide. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. (* Available in certain countries only.)

  • Reduced Mobility.EU

    The News Portal for People with Reduced Mobility. Here, PRMs (common abbreviation for People with Reduced Mobility), their carers and all those interested in this subject can meet and share their stories, get detailed information about their rights, find exclusive articles, and trigger investigations into cases of discrimination and humiliation pertaining to reduced mobility travelling. The goals of this web site are to make sure service providers, public or private, comply with the laws safeguarding People with Reduced Mobility Rights; to expose those who violate the laws; to promote awareness among operators and the general public; ultimately to reiterate everybody's right to travel, irrespective of their condition. Roberto Castiglioni, Publisher - Reduced Mobility Rights.

  • Svayam

    Svayam is an initiative of Sminu Jindal Charitable Trust based at New Delhi, India and works for promoting dignity for people with reduced mobility. It advocates an enabling & accessible environment for all. Svayam has been engaged in making various public places accessible to all especially the elderly and the disabled. Svayam is spearheaded by Ms. Sminu Jindal as its Chairperson, who herself is a wheelchair user due to a car accident at the age of eleven year that left her paraplegic and has personal experiences of the trials and tribulations of people with reduced mobility due to absence of enabling and inclusive environment around them. Her experiences lead to a focused action plan of Svayam to promote accessibility in community infrastructure, by way of access audits/appraisals of the public infrastructure and suggesting the access solutions to make these places barrier free and accessible to all. This initiative aims at not only generating awareness about the trials and tribulations of reduced mobility populace (that includes the elderly, expecting mothers, mothers with new born babies as well as toddlers and the physically challenged) but also mould public and policy makers opinion in favour of public private participation in providing and executing accessibility solutions.

  • Seat Guru - The ultimate source for airplane seating, in-flight amenities, and airline information

    SeatGuru.com was created to help fliers recognize and understand the differences between airline seats and in-flight amenities. The below guide provides tips to help you secure the best seat on your flight. Seat dimensions, pitch, position and facilities are indicated for airlines, plane types and seating configurations to help you pælan your journey for greatest comfort and convenience. In October 2001, frequent flyer Matthew Daimler launched SeatGuru.com with a single color-coded interactive airplane seating chart. Having experienced firsthand the vast differences between airline seats, he was determined to collect this useful information and share it with other travelers. Over ten million visitors later, SeatGuru has enjoyed incredible success and has expanded to include more than 700 airplane seatmaps from nearly 100 different airlines. In 2007, SeatGuru was purchased by TripAdvisor.com. Sharing the common goal of finding the truth from real travelers, SeatGuru and TripAdvisor work together to bring you the most up-to-date information about travel. [ENAT note: Advice regarding seating for disabled travellers is not available from the website].

  • French Ministerial Accessibility Portal

    En améliorant la qualité de vie de tous les citoyens, en anticipant sur les conséquences sociales et économiques de l’allongement de l’espérance de vie, l’accessibilité participe pleinement du développement durable. En tant que stratégie pour le futur, l’accessibilité a fait l’objet de propositions lors du Grenelle de l’Environnement.

  • Algarve Accessible

    Welcome to accessible travel in the Algarve. All the interesting places, historical monuments, attraction theme parks and even bird watching may be experienced on a common wheelchair or by slow walking elders. The art of travelling brings you closer to other communities, the Algarve provides a lot to learn, taste and experience. Thus we invite you to Algarve Accessible. Algarve accessible is a dedicated brand operated by Rotatur - Operadores Turisticos, a DMC travel agency since 1986 and member of the GEA Group. Operating since the early stages of tourism in the Algarve with all services regarding Incoming and Representation, Rotatur's main business activity grew on organising transport logistics and hosting group events and incentives along with accommodation. In close contact with reduced mobility travellers and their needs, Rotatur progressively created close ties with 'wheelchair friendly' villas and acquired transport facilities to transfer accessible travellers. The constant flow of requests and sensibility towards accessible travel brought Rotatur to create a dedicated team to fulfil the holiday means for wheelchair reduced mobility travellers and elderly tourists.

  • Access New Business

    Access new business by offering access to all. Do you want to access new business? Interested in how to benefit from the growing market of the elderly, the less-able and the disabled? Access New Business works in the UK and Europe tourism and leisure sector advising individual businesses, trade associations, destinations and pan-national organisations on improving their accessibility. Access New Business is a group of experienced tourism and hospitality professionals who have a particular interest in helping the industry benefit from and ‘mainstream’ the growing market of the disabled traveller and the aging population.

  • Japan Accessible Tourism Center

    Special information for wheelchair users and elderly, enabling everybody to go where they want! Today, more and more people with disability or elderly people are travelling in Japan. So we have good accessibility around the country, and there are many barrier free / universal design tourism centers to help make your trip easier and more comfortable. But if you are a foreign tourist wishing to visit Japan, you may find some difficulties in finding accessibility related information, since most of them are available only in Japanese. So here, language is one of the barriers. JATC ( Japan Accessible Tourism Center ) is a non-profit organization that provides accessibility information in multiple languages, thereby serving as a gateway for foreign tourists with disability. We can also help you by; making arrangements for care attendants, booking accommodations, offering tips for travelling, providing assistance in case of emergency problems during your trip, etc. We can also plan and coordinate group tours or study tours. All service is free of charge. We sincerely hope that you will find our service useful and enjoy traveling in Japan!

  • Access Tourism New Zealand

    Articles on tourism, travel, hopitality, and leisure for people with disabilities, seniors, ageing Boomers, or anyone else needing better access to these; international and national focus.

  • PREMIKI Travel Agency for Accessible Tourism

    We are proud to be the first travel agency in Slovenia, specialized in accessible tourism services for people with special needs. We endeavor for tourism to be seen as a basic human right and not as a luxury, available only for selected people. Everyone wish to relax from time to time, experience new adventures and discover new places. And yet, individuals with disabilities often encounter great difficulty when travelling, such as lack of relevant information, all kinds of prejudices, inappropriate accommodation and transportation, etc. We are working on that! Don’t hesitate to contact us, so we can acquaint you with the accessibility and facilities information, help you make the right decisions on your travelling and provide you with the best experiences! In the meantime, we are actively involving in further development of accessible tourism in Slovenia. We cooperate with carefully selected tourism providers only. They will ensure you professional and truly accessible tourist services. We want to give you Comfort, Safety and new Adventures. With no worries on your mind you can now discover the natural and cultural attractions of Slovenia, learn about our excellent cuisine specialities and wines, enjoy yourself in thermal spas, casinos or on the ski slopes and attend various entertaining events. But despite the fact, that our primary concern are the emotional and physical requirements of the guests, our tourist services are suitable for all of you, who want to enjoy the holidays in Slovenia. Our experts will do their best to fulfill all the expectations and enable you to experience the best holidays you can have! PREMIKI is an Associate Member of ENAT.

  • Disabled Holidays 4 U

    Here you’ll find a worldwide disabled holiday’s directory for both the public and professionals. All is organized by country and regions, in order to facilitate a perfect holiday planning. If you are travelling with a wheelchair, our disabled accommodation directory will suit your needs. We provide information on wheelchair accessible villas, apartments, hotels, mobility equipment rental, wheelchair transport, airport transfers, nursing/medical care, travel agencies/ tour operators selling disabled oriented services and rent-a-car companies with hand drive or “wheelchair fits in” adapted cars. You can filter your results by price, type of accessibility needed or type of holiday services wanted, check the exact location on Google maps/earth and look only in one specific region or city if you already know what you're looking for. Going on accessible holidays is now easy to achieve, just find your prefered accessible services in our directory and contact the owners and companies directly by phone or email. We work on the accessible tourism market since 2004 and understand your needs from more than 7 years providing disabled holidays for all types of disability including travellers with simple low mobility restrictions and elderly people.

  • TravelinWheels

    Are you a disabled or elderly traveler who is frustrated when you can’t find enough information about accessible hotels, restaurants, and attractions? You’ve come to the right place! We are in the process of building a great website that will highlight accessibility information for some of the most popular destinations in the world! Our team is touring key destinations such as New Orleans, Chicago, Hawaii, London, and Washington D.C., as well as other cities around the globe, to make sure you have accessibility details for select hotels, restaurants, tours, stores, medical suppliers, and transportation carriers. Our expected launch is Spring 2011. If you’d like to follow our progress, please join us on Facebook or Twitter. You can also start following our blog.

  • Kostas Z Foundation

    The Kostas Z Foundation is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization in Illinois. The mission is to provide and create information, integration and participation among people with disabilities and their families and friends. The Foundation’s spirit is to: help individuals find their strength and confidence; believe that everyone has the ability to face the challenges of life; lend a helping hand to others; encourage greater accessibility and universal design worldwide.

  • Your Rights as a Passenger in Europe

    Denied boarding? Cancellation? Long delay? Lost luggage? Reduced mobility? Over the last thirty years, there has been a boom in mobility in Europe. For millions of citizens travel has become a reality, indeed a right. Passengers need a common set of principles, so that they can be more easily aware of their rights if something goes wrong with their trip, regardless of the mode of transport they use or whether a journey takes place wholly within a single Member State or goes through an intra-Community or external frontier. In the light of this, the EU has committed itself to placing users at the heart of transport policy. (This page replaces the previous "Your Passenger Rights at Hand" campaign webpage).