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    Breaking Barriers in Tourism – “Tourism Without Compromises” Initiative for People with Disabilities

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    Empowering Accessible Travel

    Turystyka Bez Kompromisów, or “Tourism Without Compromises,” is a groundbreaking social campaign aiming to open the world of tourism to people with disabilities. In response to the underrepresentation of this group in the travel industry – with only 23% actively traveling in Poland, the project focuses on four pillars: ensuring full accessibility, promoting independence, fostering inclusivity, and providing education.

    Bridging the Gap

    The campaign fosters dialogue between individuals with disabilities, the tourism sector, and society. The accompanying website,, serves as a valuable knowledge hub for both people with disabilities and non-disabled travelers, offering insights for creating a more inclusive and friendly travel environment.

    Personal Empowerment and Industry Engagement

    Encouraging individuals with disabilities to travel and overcome personal limitations, the campaign features inspiring content and advice from experienced travelers with disabilities. It also seeks the engagement of tourism entrepreneurs in creating infrastructure and services tailored to various disabilities.

    Expert Insights and Gratitude

    Among the experts contributing to the platform is Iwona Parzyńska, accessibility coordinator at the National Museum in Krakow, sharing her expertise in crafting accessible cultural tourism.

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