Unit 7 European Holiday
Describe accessibility from the
UK to two European
p What different ways can you get to
p In pairs find out travel options from
London to Brussels (Belgium)
p You should research ferry, coach, train
p How long does the journey take?
p How much does it cost?
p How long does it take to get to Brussels
from the gateway?
P2 - describe accessibility from the UK to
two European destinations
Accessibility – how easy it is to get
Destination – a place you are travelling to
within a country
Time – door
Comfort Cost of
p For P2, you must describe how to get (accessibility) from
the UK to two European holiday destinations.
p You should indicate:
the main entry gateways for the selected destinations
explain ease cost of travel to the destinations - including
travel and transfer times.
p Travel by air, sea, rail and road should be considered.
p You should also make reference to the fact that
there are several airports going to Paris from the
UK and this would form part of the description of
accessibility, especially in relation to cost and
p Convenience in terms of choice of flying from UK
regional airports to destinations would contribute to
the accessibility of a destination and should form
part of the description for P2.
You could also include self drive using the channel
tunnel or ferry crossings.
Paris - France
Madrid - Spain
p Assess how accessibility contributes to
the appeal of two European destinations
for visitors from the UK.
p The focus for M1 is to consider accessibility and how it adds
to or detracts from the appeal of a destination.
p To achieve M1, you must assess how easily accessible (or
not) two selected destinations are for visitors from the UK,
and therefore assess how accessibility contributes to the
overall appeal of those destinations.
p You should consider ease of access from different parts of
the UK, cost, travel and transfer times.