Barrier-free traveling has increasingly become an indicator of quality for tourism services and a competitive advantage for destinations. Currently, about 140 million people with different requirements on accessibility live in the European Union (Source: GfK). Due to the demographic change, their number will rise significantly in future. This key task facing the tourism industry is a feature of the Barrier-free tourism day.
At this, 7th „Barrier-free Tourism Day“, the German National Tourist Board (GNTB) and its cooperation partner “Tourism for All Germany – NatKo” expect about 200 visitors, including representatives from the world of politics as well as from the international travel industry, experts, universities and journalists.
The event is financed by the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy based on a decision of the German Bundestag.
The association "Barrier-free Destinations in Germany” and the interstate working group “Tourism for All” of the Federal States of Germany and the Messe Berlin support the event.
Daniela Wiesler-Schnalke, DW Akademie, Head of Media Training
Olaf Schlieper, German National Tourist Board, Innovations Manager
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