Published on : Saturday, October 21, 2017
Introducing new way for tourism operators and increase business by providing the potential visitors with important accessibility information VisitEngland and VisitScotland are launching website for tourism business to produce accessibility guides.
The information will be provided in the most user-friendly way, UK government minister for tourism said that UK offers an immense range of world-class attractions that should be accessible to many people.
The disabled visitors will have clear accessible information and can now plan their trip with confidence, the information is presented in a standardized format allowing the disabled customers, their friends and family to compare venues.
Sally Balcombe, chief executive of VisitEngland said that clear, concise accessible information is most valued by the visitors from the tourism providers. Travellers can now compare attractions, accommodation and other venues before opting their destination allowing them to make an informed choice.
The new free website will allow the tourism operators to produce and publish their accessibility guides.
Malcolm Roughhead, the chief executive of VisitScotland said that their aim was to make tourism accessible to all, the new website will allow the businesses to bring forth informative guides thereby promoting inclusion to all the customers to enjoy the facilities and live life as anybody else.