Previous Summits

In October 2018, the Second World Summit on Accessible Tourism was held in Brussels, Belgium where over 400 participants from 255 different organizations and companies, from 40+ countries, gathered under one roof to get to know each other, share experience and best practices.

Some top picks

These are some non-exhaustive top picks, extracts and notes from the #dfa2018 Summit reporters.

Links to abstracts and presentations

Destination management

Plenary sessions

Products and leisure activities

Strategies

Transport and mobility

Photo galleries

Gallery “Opening ceremony”

Destinations for All 2018 - Opening ceremony

Gallery “Day 1”

Destinations for All 2018 - Day 1

Gallery “Day 2″

Destinations for All 2018 - Day 2

DFA 2014 – Montreal

In October 2014, the first edition of the World Summit on Accessible Tourism was held in Montreal, at the initiative of Kéroul and under the aegis of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). 360 participants from 31 countries shared their expertise and experiences.

At the end of the Summit, they adopted the declaration “A World for Everyone”. Available in 10 languages, the declaration includes 40 concrete measures to implement the recommendations of the UNWTO for inclusive tourism. The declaration is a genuine action plan at the local, national and international levels, promoting the accessibility of tourist infrastructure, buildings and services.