Tourism for everyone in Spain
There are numerous monuments, museums, nature areas, accommodation options and restaurants offering services, environments and activities which are partially or totally accessible.
Spain is becoming increasingly prepared for accessible tourism –tourism for everyone. Indeed, enormous efforts are being made to adapt to the needs of people with disabilities by eliminating barriers, providing access to cultural and natural resources, creating standards for transport, building and urban planning…
All this work undertaken to train, promote and disseminate resources for accessible tourism and heritage has been validated by the fact that the city of Avila, for example, was presented with the Access City Award by the European Commission in 2011.
Guide to accessible resources
We suggest that you download the guides shown below. As the information may vary, it is advisable to check the data appearing in the guides with the establishments themselves before you travel.
- Accessible monuments, museums and points of tourist interest. PDF (in Spanish, 15 Mb)
- Accessible restaurants. PDF (in Spanish, 20 Mb)
- Accessible accommodation. PDF (37 Mb)
- Spaces and activities in nature areas. PDF (in Spanish, 15 Mb)
- Accessible recreation and free time spaces and activities. PDF (in Spanish, 37 Mb)
- Accessible accommodation in Madrid. PDF (50 Mb)
- Accessible resources in Madrid. PDF (49 Mb)
- Accessible accommodation in Galicia. PDF (in Spanish, 26 Mb)
- Accessible resources in the city of Avila. PDF (in Spanish, 4 Mb)
- Accessible hotels in the Region of Murcia. PDF (in Spanish, 6 Mb)
Did you know?
The European Commission has presented Avila with the Access City Award 2011.
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