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Accessibility

Good Practice

 

Regional strategy for accessible tourism: The Region’s tourism priority regards the quality of welcoming visitors and the services offered. As such the accessibility process is integrated in the Île-de-France Regional Plan 2016 by being connected to the Quality of the tourism destination

 

Regional strategy for accessible tourism: Yearly Action Plan for Accessibility, which is part of the Strategic Plan and Marketing Plan of the Catalan General Directorate for Tourism.
As regards of the development of specific accessibility services and offer, since 2007 the amount of accessible tourism equipment, resources and services has increased between a 10 and 15% per year.

 

Regional strategy for accessible tourism: The regional strategy is intrinsically related with the Regional Law on Tourism. The Region allocates funds to improve the physical accessibility through the involvement of experts in this field. Following the regional project of excellence on accessible tourism, the provisions are to improve the accessibility of accommodations, museums and restaurants that are part of the project, as well as the involvement of all tourism services within the Region.

 

Regional strategy for accessible tourism: The Tourism Pact 2020 contains the strategic goal to build a sustainable, accessible Flanders for all. The region aims to become an over-all accessible travel destination, with a high international reputation.
Visit Flanders’ Accessibility Action Plan consists of three parts: infrastructure, training and information. It has inspired a general building decree from the Flemish authorities for public infrastructure.

 

Île-de-France Tourism Administration and Accessibility Agenda

- Mission: The Paris Île-de-France Regional Tourist Board works with visitors and tourism stakeholders to promote and develop the Paris Île-de-France destination. It puts in place the resources, public aids, guidance and network to enable tourism professionals in the region to develop and market an innovative and quality service that is tailored to the users’ needs

 

Catalonia Region Tourism Administration and Accessibility Agenda

- Mission: The Catalan Tourist Board, is the organization of the Catalan Government in charge of the marketing and promotional strategies and actions for Catalonia as a tourist destination. It provides support to the travel industry, identifies and develops opportunities within all the foreign markets together with its travel industry.

Publication

An Accessibility Task Force Roadmap of NECSTouR

Oct 06, 2014

NECSTouR member Regions established in May 2012 a Task Force in order to define a roadmap for accessible tourism destinations.

Five Regions (Ile-de-France, Veneto, Catalonia, Flanders and Scotland), undertook a peer review exercise including a SWOT analysis of the accessible tourism offer in each of these Regions, which was evaluated by the other on the basis of common questions.

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