Results of "Accessible Tourism"
Arallo, Galician fusion cuisine Arallo is a an original and informal restaurant led by the chef, Iván Domínguez. This reaturant offers Galician dishes splashed with Asian and American touches. You can find the restaurant next to Gran Via in Madrid.
Workshop will take place in FITUR, the International Tourism Trade Fair. The objective is to publicize the "Greenways4ALL" project and share experiences on accessible tourism, improving accessibility around greenways and the dissemination of these routes as resources for all.
Personal Assistance for disabled travellers in Madrid Accessible Madrid is a private owned business that is managed, supporting disabled holiday tours and programs in Madrid, Spain since 2013.
We are extremely pleased and honored to announce you that Accessible Madrid has been successful in winning the award for Accessible Tour Operator of the Year ? Spain 2017 in the Holiday & Tour Specialist Awards sponsored by The luxury Travel Guide. Accessible Madrid has been awarded as Accessible Tour Operator of the Year ? Spain.
This spacious 40 squared metres Adapted Holiday Rental Studio is centrally located in the heart of old Madrid and is totally adapted for people with reduced mobility. It has a wheelchair adapted bathroom and a fully-equipped kitchen. Maximum capacity: 4 people (double bed + 2 on a sofa bed)Bathroom with adapted shower. The studio is fully-equipped.
At Accessible Madrid we are travel specialists who understand the set backs of a physical condition in achieving travel dreams. We organize FAM Trips throughout Spain showcasing the accessibility in different destinations, specifically in Madrid and the neighboring area. FAM Trip is a short name for "Familiarisation Trip". Our FAM trips are extremely well organised so that agents and governments have the opportunity to get involved with procedures and the best practices for accessible tourism, whilst also taking in the sights and attractions of the region in which they are staying.
Vías Verdes (literally, "green-ways") are old disused railway lines that have been recovered and reconditioned for use by walkers and cyclists. Exploring them is a different, enjoyable and environmentally friendly way of getting to know Spain, its culture and its landscapes. This is an alternative ideal for all ages, that respects the environment and brings together sport and the great outdoors. Sounds good? .
San Antón Market, located in the heart of the Chueca neighbourhood, in Madrid, never fails to amaze. This modern refurbished market offers visitors high quality seasonal products in a three-storey building: a traditional market, show cooking/take-away food businesses, and a restaurant-terrace. It is a popular place for shopping, having a snack, going for tapas, tasting gourmet products, etc.