Everyone has the right to enjoy leisure and free time on an equal footing. For this reason, tourism is moving inexorably towards a more inclusive tourism that takes everyone into account.
The wheelchair hasn’t stopped him, because, he says: “Over the years I found the strength and resilience..
Girona City Council’s Social Innovation Laboratory has printed several 3D models of the Cathedral of Girona and the Basilica of Sant Feliu.
The Girona Pyrenees are a totally advisable destination for people in wheelchair or with reduced mobility. It is not us who say that, but Daphnée Cagnane, Armelle Maignan and Marie Vampouille, three French bloggers in wheelchair that work for accessibility. At the beginning of March, they had the opportunity to spend six days in the inland area of the Costa Brava. They were accompanied by Stéphanie Xeuxet, managing director of the association Action Handicap France, an organisation that works to raise awareness, training and diagnosis related to accessibility.
Getting to know Girona with a tourist guide allows you to discover the city from different perspectives: cultural, artistic, natural, historical… From July 4 to September 12, Girona City Council organizes about forty free guided tours.