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Delphi Archaeological Museum Becomes More Accessible with Virtual Reality Tours

The Archaeological Museum of Delphi has included new signs and virtual reality programs to make its collection more accessible to persons with disabilities.

Corfu: Ministry to Improve Accessibility to Old Fortress and Town

The Greek Culture Ministry will carry out infrastructure works in the old fortress and town of Corfu to improve accessibility for guests with disabilities.

Athens Municipality Adopts Smart Technology Solutions for a Clean, Accessible City

The Municipality of Athens has adopted smart technology solutions to increase the levels of cleanliness and accessibility in the Greek capital.

European Capital of Smart Tourism 2022 Competition Launches

The European Commission has announced the launch of the European Capital of Smart Tourism 2022 competition, an event that rewards European cities for their sustainable tourism practices.

Thessaloniki to Become First Colorblind-friendly Destination in Greece

Thessaloniki is set to become the first destination in Greece to adopt the ColorADD system for people with color blindness.

Athens Inks Accessibility Protocol with National Disability Group

Aiming to make the city more accessible, the Athens Municipality recently signed a protocol of cooperation with the National Confederation of Persons with Disabilities.

Stakeholders Call for ‘Transport and Tourism’ Portfolio in European Commission

Fifty European tourism stakeholders are calling for the European Commission to create a “Transport and Tourism” portfolio.

Ten Cities Competing for ‘2020 European Capital of Smart Tourism’ Title

Ten European cities have been shortlisted for the 2020 European Capital of Smart Tourism competition, an initiative that aims to promote smart tourism in the EU.

EU Announces Finalists for ‘European Capital of Smart Tourism 2019’ Competition

The European Union has shortlisted 10 cities as finalists in the competition for the European Capital of Smart Tourism 2019 title.

EU Launches ‘European Capital of Smart Tourism’ Competition

The EU has launched the "European Capital of Smart Tourism" competition to reward innovation and boost smart development of tourism in European cities.

Greek Beaches to Offer Accessibility via Ramps by 2018

Beaches across Greece will be fitted with boardwalks and sea ramps by next summer, according to the Greek Social Policy Bureau.

Greece’s National Disability Association Calls for Accessible Tourism

Ensuring accessibility in tourism through legal, structural and social reforms will contribute greatly to the expansion and promotion of the country’s tourist product, the National Confederation of Persons with Disabilities (ESAmeA) said in a letter with proposals it sent to...

Travel Industry’s Biggest Companies To Attend WTM’s Responsible Tourism Program

World Travel Market 2014’s Responsible Tourism Program will include some of the biggest names in travel including Tui, Thomas Cook, Kuoni, Virgin Holidays and the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA).

Report: 10 Reasons To Buy A Holiday Home In Greece

Greece is one of Europe’s last "undiscovered" paradises for holiday homeowners, according to a report released by Algean Property, a full-service property company focusing on the Hellenic market and other select opportunities in the EMEA region.

Greece Focuses On Accessible Tourism

The Greek Tourism Ministry and the Greek National Confederation of Disabled People (ESAmeA) will work together so that persons with disabilities will have equal access in cultural life, recreation, leisure and sport.
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UNWTO General Assembly Opens In Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Key issues such as visa facilitation, connectivity and accessibility are on the agenda of the over 120 delegations from UNWTO Members States gathering this week at Victoria Falls, Zambia/Zimbabwe, for the 20th Session of the UNWTO General Assembly.

Culture Ministry Program Rejected By The Disabled

“Accessibility is a legal obligation and not a desired service,” the National Confederation of Disabled People said in a letter of protest to Culture and Tourism Minister Pavlos Geroulanos in March.