In a joint initiative, Fundación Vodafone España and PREDIF, in collaboration with Fundación Vodafone Portugal and Accessible Portugal, converged on the idea of launching the first accessible tourism platform managed by accessibility experts.
TUR4all is a dynamic platform that provides information on accessible tourism resources in Spain and Portugal and it is expected that other countries will soon come on board. Our aim is to provide accurate and up-to-date information on the accessibility of hotels, restaurants, museums and monument, adapted transport, among others.
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As a rule, public transport services have seats reserved for people with special needs, although not all are accessible to wheelchair users.
In Lisbon, Carris provides a Reduced Mobility Service on their Regular Service Routes. Most buses have a lowered floor between the front and rear doors, almost half are fully accessible for Passengers with Reduced Mobility, with space for wheelchair and ramp access.
More information available at: www.carris.pt
In Oporto, the STCP has a fleet of accessible urban buses as well as buses equipped with a ramp and an area reserved for wheelchairs. All have lowered floors with enough space for a stroller to get through. More information available at: www.stcp.pt
Lisbon Metro has stations that are fully accessible for passengers with reduced mobility. Passengers who are visually impaired or similar, can travel with their assistance dog.
Contacts: Tel. +351 213 500 115 / email@example.com / www.metrolisboa.pt