The European Network on Accessible Tourism (ENAT) has launched an online survey as part of a study conducted for the European Commission that aims to map “accessible tourism services” across Europe and find out how businesses are responding to this market.
The European Commission’s study will analyze supply chains and performance in all the EU Member States and propose recommendations and priorities for actions to increase and improve the supply of accessible tourism services.
Accessible Tourism refers to tourism services for people with disabilities or others who have specific requirements when traveling or in destinations, accommodation, attractions and restaurants or in other tourist facilities.
ENAT invites European tourism suppliers – hotels, travel agencies, museums, sites, etc. – to participate in the survey.
To answer the answer the Tourism Suppliers’ Survey, press here.