- Scope of application
- Type of organisation
- Public administration
- Organisation responsible
- Ministry of Economy, Tourism and Sports (MGTS)
In Slovenia, there is a growing emphasis on inclusive tourism, aimed at making the country's attractions and accommodations accessible to all, including persons with disabilities. The government and private sectors have undertaken concerted efforts to retrofit many tourist sites with features such as wheelchair ramps, accessible restrooms, and other necessary accommodations. These modifications are not just limited to public spaces; the hospitality sector has also risen to the occasion. Hotels such as Hotel Vivat in Moravske Toplice, City Hotel in Ljubljana, and Hotel Krek in Lesce have gone a step further by designing rooms specifically tailored to the needs of guests with disabilities.
The provision of these amenities underscores Slovenia's commitment to creating an inclusive travel experience. It allows persons with disabilities to explore the country's rich cultural heritage and natural beauty without facing undue challenges. By focusing on accessibility, Slovenia not only expands its tourism market but also aligns with global best practices and international norms relating to disability rights and inclusivity.
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