Survey on accessible tourism

Photo: Wheelchair access to the beach

Wheelchair access is not given in all touristic destinations; © Rusinek

An MBA student at the Tallinn University of Technology has launched a survey researching the currently available processes of hotel booking for travellers with access needs in Europe.

Participation in this survey would contribute to making tourism more accessible and would raise awareness in the industry and among the general public about the importance of inclusion of disabled people in all aspects of social life. ENIL stands strongly behind this core idea of the independent living philosophy and thus supports this survey.

The survey can be accessed in English, German, Estonian and Norwegian. It consists of 17 questions and the time for completing it is estimated at around six minutes. The creators of the survey guarantee respondents’ anonymity and confidentiality.; Source: European Network on Independent Living (ENIL)

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The survey can be accessed here.