Wheelchair taxi and tours in the Netherlands

wheelchair taxi service and tours

HollandHotelTaxi is your partner if you need to go from the airport to your hotel or if you have planned a day out. The accessible van has room for up to 3 wheelchair passengers. Tours in the Netherlands HollandHotelTaxi organises your tours in Amsterdam, Zaanse Schans, Volendam, Edam, Keukenhof, Madurodam, Giethoorn, Delft, Kinderdijk, Rotterdam, The Haque. If … Continue reading Wheelchair taxi and tours in the Netherlands

Welcome APP

Accessible Travel Apps

Customer service "Welcome" addresses the issue of inadequate customer service for visitors with specific accessibility requirements caused by a lack of disability awareness and confidence of staff members.   Free 'Welcome' App brings freedom and independence The free 'Welcome' app allows you to request visits to participating venues, indicating the areas you need customer service … Continue reading Welcome APP

Reviews at AccessAdvisr – in 20 countries

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AccessAdvisr was developed by Rob Trent (United Kingdom) to provide an unbiased, real-world view of how easy-to-access different places and transport stops are for disabled people. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3SYXPDDR7A By anonymising and combining the information people contribute we will share it with ethical service providers so they can improve the quality and accessibility of services they provide … Continue reading Reviews at AccessAdvisr – in 20 countries

25th International Day of Disability Rights – 2017

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Today, December 3rd,  it is the 25th anniversary of Disability Rights Day. Let's go into action mode. No more discussing, evaluating, endless meetings, bureaucracy. Stop thinking in cost Stop asking for numbers. How many people? How much does accessibility cost? Social entrepreneurs can't tell you that. Because they build inclusive businesses. They include accessibility in … Continue reading 25th International Day of Disability Rights – 2017

City Centre Amsterdam – 500 ramps for retail

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Over the last 5 years, shops in the Amsterdam city center started using a ramp, to make the entrance accessible. The ramps are used when needed, to avoid problems when the streets are too crowded. Within the city center over 500 ramps are in use, and they are easily recognized: the Amsterdam logo is printed … Continue reading City Centre Amsterdam – 500 ramps for retail

Accessible tourism is a huge market – worldwide

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In 2014 this video was produced for the European Commission and these 8 minutes make the best statement about accessible tourism. Although focused on Europe, worldwide accessible tourism is 25% of the market.   It is not only about people in a wheelchair. It is about people who are older and who need extra facilities … Continue reading Accessible tourism is a huge market – worldwide