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  • Links and Tips

    This page contains links to various online organisations and associations, plus municipal and regional websites, which you may find useful when planning and organising your holiday in Germany. We hope that you have a wonderful, relaxing - and above all - barrier-free holiday in Germany!

  • Brandenburg Barrierefrei

    [English version follows below]. Herzlich Willkommen auf den barrierefreien Seiten des Reiselandes Brandenburg! Bei uns haben Sie die Reisefreiheit! Vom Ruppiner Land im Norden bis zur Niederlausitz im Süden, von der Elbe im Westen bis zur Neiße und Oder im Osten haben sich viele Gastgeber auf Ihre Wünsche eingestellt. Mit dem Rad, dem Hausboot, in Schlössern, Ausstellungen oder auf Naturerlebnispfaden. Es gibt kaum ein Angebot, das es bei uns nicht auch barrierefrei gibt. Damit ein Urlaub ein Urlaub ist. So, wie es sein soll. Auf unserer Internetseite finden Sie die Anbieter, die Ihnen diesen Service bieten. Ob eine Schloss- oder Stadtführung für alle Sinne, außergewöhnliche kulinarische Erlebnisse oder einen unbeschwerten Zugang zum Wasser. Freuen Sie sich auf das wasserreichste deutsche Urlaubsland. Das Weite liegt in Brandenburg nämlich nah! Schon in unserem barrierefreien Urlaubsportal beginnt Ihre Reisefreiheit. Sie sind unser Gast! /// We warmly welcome you to the barrier-free site of the tourist country Brandenburg! With us you have the freedom to travel! Many establishments have adjusted their facilities - from the Ruppiner in the north to the Niederlausitz in the south, from the Elbe in the west to the Neiße in the east. With the wheel, the houseboat, in locks, exhibitions or on nature experience paths. There is hardly an offer, which is not barrier-free. So that one vacation is one vacation. So, it should be. On our Internet site you find the providers who offer this service to you. Whether an independent or a guided tour for all senses, unusual culinary experiences or an unencumbered entrance to the water. Look forward to the German vacation country with the richest water holidays. The widest variety is all in Brandenburg! Already in our barrier-free vacation portal your freedom to travel begins. Be our guest!

  • Barrier-free Travel in Germany

    Barrier-free travel means holidays where everything is accessible. Germany is a travel destination with plenty on offer for everybody, and much is being done in order to give people with restricted mobility the chance of a relaxing break too. The following pages contain useful information and links on everything from accessible travel options to barrier-free accommodation, plus a myriad of tips - all aimed not only at disabled visitors, but also at other travellers with mobility problems, such as the elderly, families with young children and pushchairs, or people with sports injuries. Let us help you to experience Germany without barriers! Includes sections: * Travelling by air * Travelling by rail * Travelling by car * Public transport * Travelling by boat * Barrier-free special offers * Accommodation * Links and tips * The Association of Barrier-free Travel Destinations in Germany.

  • Berlin Tourist Information: Berlin for Handicapped

    Living together with minorities reveals the open-mindedness of a city – in recent years Berlin committed itself to the integration of disabled people. That's why train stations and buses are equipped with barrier free access for wheelchairs, new public establishments such as cinemas, theatres or shopping malls were built to grant easy access to all areas. This site contains links to many services and activities that make visiting Berlin easier for disabled guests.

  • Berlin Tourist Information: Berlin for Seniors

    Berlin, the capital of Germany - a vivid destination in every season. In no other European city history and future are so nearby. Berlin is stamped by many contrasts and that is what makes this city so distinctive. Explore Berlin: the beauty of the city, the unique museums and exhibitions, the seductive offers of the shopping malls, the comfort and gentleness of the hotels and – last but not least – the quantity of restaurants and cafés. The site includes information about city transport, nightlife, relaxation and special programmes and activities for seniors.

  • German National Tourist Board - Information for Disabled Travellers

    The GNTB website provides information for disabled travellers about air and rail travel in Germany. The site also provides links to many useful addresses for more details and recommendations covering accessible accommodation, restaurants, art and cultural venues as well as shopping. This information is available in German at: