Berlin Museum Island © Getty Images/Tomas Sereda

Discover Germany’s many charms, where accessibility intertwines with adventure, ensuring a positive experience for every traveller. Uncover the treasures of this wonderful country with confidence, knowing that Germany has taken steps to make your journey truly remarkable.  

Accessible UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Journey to Potsdam and revel in the beauty of Sanssouci Palace and park where enhanced accessibility make exploring a joy. In Lübeck, the old town is known for its accessible medieval charm and in Cologne, you can marvel at the enormity of the cathedral – a Gothic masterpiece. In Würzburg, the baroque palace residence is a real must-see.

Würzburg Old Town © GNTB/Francesco Carovillano

Accessible museums
Discover the vibrant city of Hamburg, where attractions like Miniatur Wunderland have embraced accessibility to make your visit unforgettable. Moreover, the commitment to accessibility extends to the iconic Museum Island in Berlin, ensuring that everyone can delight in the architectural grandeur of its various attractions, creating an immersive journey through the rich tapestry of human creativity and history. The same principle applies to iconic landmarks in Berlin, such as the Brandenburg Gate and the East Side Gallery of the Berlin Wall. In Stuttgart, the innovative and accessible Mercedes-Benz Museum makes for an engaging daytrip.  

Carolus Therme in Bad Aachen © Olaf Rohl

Relaxing German spas
There is no better way to relax and get rid of aches and pains than diving into one of Germany’s many hot thermal mineral spas. In Germany, numerous thermal baths are designed for people with impaired mobility, with dedicated facilities, pool lifts and separate changing rooms. Some of the top accessible spa towns to look out for include Baden-Baden, Bad Liebenzell, Bad Dürrheim and Bad Bellingen among others.

Top accessible regions
Several German regions, such as the Southern Wine Route, Eifel National Park, Saxon Switzerland, East Frisia and the Franconian Lake District, have all taken significant steps to offer an outstanding network of facilities for people with impaired mobility, including accessible hiking trails, lake entry points, well-equipped restrooms and a wide range of accommodation. This commitment guarantees a warm and inclusive experience for all visitors, regardless of their mobility restrictions.

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