In Spain 120 participants attended three training courses on accessible tourism on the Way of St. James

Three training courses on Accessible Tourism on the Way of St. James took place last March in Spain. The 120 participants came from different fields of the tourism industry: they were owner of accommodations and restaurants, tourism companies, associations of the Way of St. James, association of disabled people, tourism representatives and local administrations.

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CCIAA RIETI: Tourism accessible Saber Project, 307 participants in the 6 training days

Are 307 the attendances registered in the 6 education days organized in Rieti and Cassino (FR) by the Special agency Centro Italia Rieti, a special agency of the Rieti Chamber of Commerce, as a partner of the European project Saber Universal.

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Are accessible resources available to develop adapted destination packages on the way of st. James?

S-Cape Travel produced a “Map of Accessibility” of the Way of St. James starting from a preliminary desk analysis of information available (route and relevant tourist resources).

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The second mapping of the Way of St. Benedict

After several months, planning another survey of unknown territories is never a simple matter; in addition, things get even more complicated because of the disastrous earthquake that hit an area like Umbria on 30th August, 2016.

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News from Italy

The Vie Francigene reach also Sicily. Thanks to the stunning work carried out by the Association Magna Via Francigena, the passing of ancient pilgrims in Sicily is being retraced according to historical documents. The Association is very much focussed on making this Way suitable for all. For this reason, Free Wheels Onlus has been requested to visit these places in …

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