The tourist phenomenon sets many millions of people around the world moving. The love to travel, to know new destinations, has taken a really unstoppable momentum, and all the factors seem to ensure that the number of travelers will continue to increase in coming years.
Tourism is, in itself, a social phenomenon of our days, with the peculiarity that it is open to all, there are no obstacles for anyone, so in this movement you can not take into account social classes, family situations, creeds, races .... Tourism is for everyone and for everyone it is open. What is certain is that many tourists travel thinking about a certain type of tourism, and to correspond to their hobbies, offers of different and varied formalities are continuously being created.
But, what is also clear is that, within this tourist phenomenon, we must especially look at the way that all tourists can have access to the places they wish to know. That is to say, the so-called "accessible tourism" wants to open the doors to everyone and gradually tear down the obstacles that some travelers may encounter. We must bear in mind that many of these people who travel around the world need special systems to be able to aspire to see their illusions fulfilled. And there are millions of people who suffer from permanent disability, problems of mobility or temporary communication, difficulties for their locations or to autonomously use means of transport, facilities or services typical of a conventional environment.