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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.

  • Azores for All

    In 2014 we registered the Azores for All brand, convinced that an unforgettable journey begins well before departure, and when choosing the destination for holidays, through accessible and reliable information, where small details make all the difference. The Azores for All team brings together professionals that are passionate about accessible tourism, fully available to listen to the customer’s needs and purpose, and in several languages, the best solutions for unforgettable holidays in the Azores. We offer information, services and activities, adapted to residents and to tourists who visit the Azores, either conventional or tourists with disabilities. We work with private groups, travel agencies and tour operators as well. We are a touristic animation company focused on the promotion of social and inclusive tourism in the Azores.

  • Training & Research for Accessible Tourism Development, Belarusian State University, 26.11.2020

    ENAT together with Accessible Portugal and Belarusian State University held a 2-hour webinar. The participants shared best practices in training and research that stimulates accessibility in tourism. Original language: English.

  • Travel for All

    We bring detailed accessibility information to those who need to know. Travel For All has been created to allow travellers with accessibility needs to find the tourist accommodation and activities that suit them. Their accessibility needs may be temporary or permanent and be related to age, disability, accident or illness. People may have mobility, sensory or communication limitations. We will assist owners of travel related businesses in assessing their properties against the needs of guests who require some extra consideration. We will help you access this valuable and growing market. Travel For All is focused on tourist accommodation, attractions, tours and activities.

  • 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.

  • Design for All - Austria

    DESIGN FOR ALL: We promote the exchange of experiences, awareness raising and dissemination of knowledge. Through our network we are committed to the professional implementation of the "Design for All" concept.

  • Disabled Friendly Travel

    The following disabled friendly travel resources (links) provide a wealth of information on the organizations and companies who cater to the needs of mobility challenged individuals.

  • Accessible Indonesia

    AccessibleIndonesia was founded in 2015 with the aim to establish accessible tourism in Indonesia. We provide accessibility information, tours and trips, travel services, guides etc. We are based in Makassar, Indonesia. Contact us by Email: info@accessibleindonesia.org Skype: kerstin.beise Tlp: +62 812 42 966446. Address: c/o Vifa Holiday DMC Indonesia; Jl. Pelita Raya Blok A-22 No. 2; makassar 90222, South Sulawesi, Indonesia

  • 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.

  • COPIDIS - Accessibility

    This website is only in Spanish. COPIDIS tiene un Área de Accesibilidad que recibe solicitudes y reclamos sobre la accesibilidad del espacio público, los edificios públicos y domicilios particulares. Nuestro objetivo es concientizar, asesorar y ayudar a eliminar las barreras físicas para lograr que Buenos Aires sea una ciudad accesible y transitable para todos de manera igualitaria. Trabajamos en forma articulada con las distintas dependencias del GCBA en dar cumplimiento a la Ley 962.

  • Rocky Mountain Wheelchair Tours

    Rocky Mountain Wheelchair Tours is the only company of its kind in Alberta, and its custom-designed tours are built on the belief that “anything is possible”. The company provides caring ground transportation for seniors and people with physical, audio, visual or mental challenges. For the first time, the splendor of the majestic Rocky Mountains, the vast cultural experience of the prairies, and the fun spots around Calgary are within reach of everyone regardless of their abilities.

  • Toilet Map New Zealand

    Toilet Map: For patients with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, finding the nearest available toilet can often be a critical situation. Although this website is intended for patients of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD – an umbrella term for Crohn’s Disease and ulcerative colitis), it is also a great resource for any New Zealander, including parents with young children. For your convenience this website is also mobile compatible, for finding nearby toilets when out and about.

  • Oyster Accessible Travel NZ

    Our Mission: To become the 'one-stop shop' go to resource for anyone travelling with access needs in New Zealand. What is Oyster Accessible Travel? Oyster Accessible Travel offers a comprehensive booking site and travel guide for both domestic and international travellers who travel with extra mobility needs. These travellers need to know beforehand information on access for accommodation, activities, walks, transport and sometimes equipment hire. Oyster has researched, reviewed and collated all the needed accessible information for the traveller into a 'one-stop shop' website. Thus saving the traveller time and giving them access to the choice of accessible facilities on offer throughout their travels in New Zealand. Oyster has a goal to be the leading booking information site for accessible tourism in New Zealand. It intends to build confidence in the brand and create a very useful database for accommodation in all the main centres. It will provide a description of the access room that will be further backed up with photos. We intend to visit all listed accommodation to provide verification that the information stated by the business is correct. This site encourages positive travel information, products and experiences. It welcomes your feedback to build this essential window into New Zealand's accessible world. Please join us to make access happen, success will come if we build it together.

  • Heathrow Airport Guide. Facilities for those needing Special Assistance

    Heathrow Airport Guide. Facilities for those needing Special Assistance - London Heathrow Airport is reasonably friendly to disabled people and those needing special assistance. All terminals offer: Ramps, Wider access pathways, Telephones at a height accessible to wheelchair users, Disabled toilet facilities, Assistance points with induction loops, Reserved seating for disabled people in check-in areas. For general advice and information regarding the special assistance facilities at Heathrow Airport call +44 (0)844 335 1801 or the Heathrow minicom service for deaf or hard of hearing on +44 (0)20 8745 7950. The webpage also contains information about the various facilities at the terminals, including: General Tips for passengers travelling with a disability, Parking, In The Terminal, Locations of Special Assistance areas, Special Assistance Bus.

  • Praia Acessível - Praia para Todos! (Beaches for All)

    Accessible beaches awarded in 2015. After 10 years of dynamism, adherence to the programme "Accessible Beach - Beach for All" 204 bathing areas were classified as "accessible" in the 2015 bathing season, welcoming all to the Portuguese beaches. This number - with regard to 35 inland bathing areas and 169 coastal (25 of the latter, in the autonomous regions of the Azores and Madeira) - an increase of approximately 5% in the number of prizes awarded, compared to 2014. The list of award-winning beaches in this bathing season can be found and downloaded at the website. The information is presented organized by municipalities, grouped according to river basin districts, as regards mainland (North, Central, and West Tejo, Alentejo and Algarve), and second autonomous region and respective islands in the case of Madeira and the Azores.

  • 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.

  • Paris Access Guide for People with Disabilities

    The Paris Convention and Visitors' Bureau publishes a guide since October 2014: Accessible Paris 2014-2015. This guide is available to consult and download online, or available in paper version at our information points. Published in French and in English, this brochure provides the keys to arriving in Paris, getting around in the capital, and enjoying its tourist attractions to the full when you have specific needs (physical, visual, hearing or mental disability). It will be updated in 2015 with more pages. Additionally, find out more about accessibility in Paris in our website: PARISINFO.com / Visiting Paris with a disability.

  • Access in Paris (Guide Book)

    This well established guidebook was originally published in 1974, and was the first guidebook ever to use the title ‘Access’ referring to access by disabled people. Later editions were published in 1985, 1993 and 2008. The guide is available as a book or can be downloaded in PDF format from the website. If you want a copy of the book, go to Contact us.

  • Access in London (Guide book)

    Access in London is a well established and well researched guide, published in 1984, 1989, 1996, 2003 and 2014. Nearly all of the information is collected by visit, and it reflects the experiences of disabled people who want to get around. It is part of a series published by Pauline Hephaistos Survey Projects since the 1970s to places as diverse as Paris, Israel and the Palestinian Authority, Jersey, Norway, Brittany and the Loire Valley. The guide is available as a book or can be downloaded from the website. If you want a copy of the book, go to Contact us.