Welcome to BarrierFree Germany – where everyone should be able to travel with enjoyment, with ease and ‘without barriers’. BarrierFree means you can explore anything from national parks to a wealth of hands-on museums, sports experiences and everything else in between. Through this website, we aim to open the doors to Germany’s most exciting destinations, without having to worry about everyday obstacles – leaving you to concentrate on the attractions and the beauty of all that Germany has to offer.
With a warm and enthusiastic welcome, many cities, regions and tourist attractions in Germany are able to provide some amazing facilities, for all visitors - including wheelchair users, people with limited mobility and for the hearing and visually impaired as well, so much so that in December 2012 Berlin was awarded the title of “European Access City of the Year” by the European Commission.
Germany is easily accessible by air, car or rail and once you get there, travelling around by public transport is even easier. Services such as Deutsche Bahn’s dedicated mobility hotline will make it possible for anyone to get on board every train. So explore, enjoy…we look forward to welcoming you in Germany!
If you are looking for welcoming BarrierFree towns, cities, regions, attractions and museums you’ll be spoilt for choice when visiting Germany.
Let Lufthansa fly you to Germany in just over an hour and discover the country with Deutsche Bahn. If you are looking for full flexibility to explore, DFDS can take you and your car to the continent. For hotel accommodation, a wide range of facilities and attractions, there are reputable tour operators who will have the expertise to make your trip as stress-free as possible.
Find out all the essential information before you go: facilities at airports, railway stations, service stations, museums and attractions.
There are so many things Germany is famous for, the possibilities are endless. Fancy going to a football Bundesliga match? Or you could relax and rejuvenate in one of many German spas and spa towns and if you like good food and wine, you’ll love Germany.