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Exploring the treasures of Terrassa

I cant remember Terrassa saying anything special to me. I did hear of it countless times, but I dont know why it never catched my attention. This will sound like an obvious thought, but its true: we never get to know a place or its people until we actually go there. I think that our […]

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The challenges of Accessible Tourism in Spain

The headquarters of the Official College of Architects of Madrid (COAM), hosted this past Wednesday September 16th the Conference “Present and Future of Accessible Tourism in Spain” organized by the Spanish Network for Accessible Tourism (Red Estable), an association that brings together more than 100 entities and that acts as a focus for promoting and […]

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Accessible Spain Travel becomes member of Pantou

We are very proud to announce our new membership with Pantou, the european Accessible Tourism directory. Pantou presents a directory of suppliers of accessible tourism services in all European Union and Accession countries. It also includes suppliers such as travel agents and tour operators who provide accessible services Europe-inbound customers. The Pantou Directory makes it […]

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Sailing through the history of Paella in Valencia

Having a good paella when visiting Valencia is a must. But we have to admit that to do so while touring La Albufera goes beyond it. Valencia, located at the east coast of Spain and capital of the region of Comunitat Valenciana, is well known among other things for its original tradition around one of […]

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Accessible Shore excursions in Barcelona

Accessible Shore excursions in Barcelona

Barcelona has become a reference point when cruising through Europe, since it is home of one of the most attractive destinations in the world and, of course, because of its demographic situation. Barcelona welcomes more than 2 million cruise passengers every year from all around the world. Depending on your schedule and the length of […]

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Pilgrimage, art and gastronomy in Castilla

Teresa of Ávila (or also called Saint Teresa of Jesus) was an active reformer of the Catholic church in the XVI century and nowadays she names a new touristic route in Spain called ‘The Footprints of Saint Teresa of Jesus’. This route celebrates the fourth centenary of its beatification by Pope Paul V and her fifth […]

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Tips for your arrival at Atocha Train Station

As you may know already Spain offers the largest high-speed rail network in Europe (and the second one in the world after China). The popular high speed train called Ave links already almost all spanish main touristic detinations as Madrid, Barcelona, Málaga, Seville, Toledo, Zaragoza or Valencia. At the moment this rail network keeps growing […]

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Caceres tourism

Caceres, 2015´s Capital of Spanish Gastronomy

Caceres has been recently elected as the Spanish Capital of Gastronomy in 2015, an award sponsored by the Spanish Hospitality Industry Federation (FEHR) and the Spanish Federation of Tourism Journalists and Writers (FEPET) who aims to promote gastronomy within local and international travelers. According to the FEPET, Cáceres has been chosen mainly because of the […]

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1st Catalonian “Accessible Tourism – Tourism for All” Conference

Accessible Spain Travel has been invited to speech at the 1st Catalonian “Accessible Tourism – Tourism for All” Meeting which will take place tomorrow December 2nd at the CCCB (Centre de Cultura Contemporanea de Barcelona). We are very excited to catch up with new products and services offered by Catalonian local suppliers in terms of […]

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