Improving Information on Accessible Tourism for Disabled People
Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2004 - 31 стор.
This guide describes how tourist facilities, large and small, and destinations as a whole can improve the quality of the service that they offer to disabled people and others who will benefit from better accessibility. It aims to help tourist facilities and destinations provide the basic information that disabled people need when deciding to visit. It also shows how to move beyond simple information provision and provides further contacts to assist organisations in moving forward. A key aim of this 28 page guide is to present a consistent and practical European wide approach to providing access information, so that tourists can compare their options.
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