Publicado por: Ricardo Shimosakai | 24/06/2014

European Awards for Accessible Tourism, 2014


Accommodation and Catering in Malta, Austria, Italy and Romania were awarded with theEuropean Excellence awards for Accessible TourismAccommodation and Catering in Malta, Austria, Italy and Romania were awarded with theEuropean Excellence awards for Accessible Tourism

The European Excellence awards for Accessible Tourism have been announced on 6 June 2014. They reward the efforts of private enterprises or public authorities in making services and facilities more accessible to tourists with special needs.

The best achievements in making tourism more accessible are:

Category 1: Accommodation and Catering

  • The Westin Dragonara Resort, St Julians – Malta

This 5 star hotel on the Island of Malta was given the Most Accessible Hotel award. The Resort goes beyond basic accessibility requirements and ensures that the wellbeing of all guests is catered for in every way.

  • eduCARE Hotel-Restaurant-Seminar Treffen – Austria

Where modern comfort meets spacious accommodation, offering every single guest a comfortable and carefree holiday experience.

  • Hotel Village Florenz – lido di Comacchio – Italy

An accessible village offering practical, cost-effective solutions for blind, deaf-blind, and visually impaired guests.

  • Complex President, Băile Felix – Romania

Offering quality treatments, particularly for those with rheumatism and movement/joint issues.

Category 2 : Nature, Heritage, Culture, Entertainment & Leisure

  • Palazzo Massimo in Sign Language” Application for Mobile Devices – Educational Service of the Superintendency for the Archaeological Heritage of Rome – Italy

An app allowing deaf visitors to discover one of the world’s most important collections of Classical art.

  • Spiaggia Tangram – Follonica, Italy

“A ticket for fair tourism”, letting everyone enjoy the beach and surrounding area.

  • Piatra Neamţ Town Hall – Romania

Offering a multitude of leisure activities, with special features for people with disabilities.

Source: ENAT


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