Daniel Barrera-Fernández is a full-time Professor and Researcher at the University of Seville, Spain. Previously he worked at the Autonomous University of Oaxaca “Benito Juárez” and the University of Guanajuato, Mexico. He got a degree in Architecture, a Master’s Degree in Heritage Preservation and a PhD in Tourism Management. His research interests focus on urban planning in historic cities, sustainable mobility, heritage preservation and management, urban and cultural tourism, and accessibility for people with reduced mobility. He teaches on degree, master and PhD levels in the fields of urban planning, urban sustainability, heritage management and tourism. He is an evaluator of research projects in Mexico, Romania, and Spain. He has been invited to give lectures in Mexico, Russia, and Spain. He has been acknowledged as a member of the National Researchers System by the Mexican Research Council and as an Outstanding Professor by the Mexican Secretary of Education. Contact: dbarrera@us.es