How easy a place is to reach
The accessibility of a tourism destination refers to how easy it is to reach. For example, London:
- is surrounded by a number of major airports, including Heathrow and Gatwick
- has several motorways and main roads leading into it
- has a number of major railway stations linking it to the rest of England and Wales
- has fast trains arriving from other cities in Europe regularly each day
This makes London a very accessible destination. This is not only important for people visiting London on holiday but also for the large numbers of business people who visit London from all over the world.