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WTM: Majority of Travel Websites Not Disability-friendly

The digital receptiveness of travel websites and current challenges of accessible travel were among issues discussed during World Travel Market London 2022.

Greece’s Ioannina Castle Now Accessible to Visitors with Disabilities

Ioannina Castle, the fortified old town of the city of Ioannina in northwestern Greece, is now accessible to visitors with disabilities, the Greek Culture Ministry has announced.

Accessibility Works Underway at Lindos Acropolis on Rhodes 

The Greek Culture Ministry has launched works to make the Lindos Acropolis on Rhodes accessible to persons with disability.

Greece Takes More Actions to Ensure Accessible Destinations

Greece is taking more actions to make its tourism destinations accessible to people with disabilities.

Greece Makes Accessibility for All Travelers Priority 

The Greek Tourism Ministry has taken one more step to ensure that destinations in Greece are fully accessible to residents and travelers.

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.

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.

Amadeus Calls on Industry to Make Accessible Travel a Reality

Accessible travel is far from becoming something that millions of travelers can take for granted, according to a new study released by travel technology provider Amadeus.

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...