Accessible tourism deserves a home where you can ring the bell and be welcomed. A digital or physical place where you can find all the information to travel freely, and without surprises.
The organisation of an accessible holiday starts with a strict check on the effective accessibility of the accommodation and continues with precise examination of the activities and itineraries. We spoke to Stefania Marson about this.
Sitting in a wheelchair is in itself a journey, day after day. Travelling on four wheels becomes a constant in life. Just don’t let it become a restraint or a limitation and plan your travels with a few extra precautions.