The Magic Cities present no barriers to people with a disability, or to any travellers who might need extra help, such as the elderly, families with small children or people with sports injuries.
Examples of accessibility include low-floor carriages that make it easier for wheelchair users to board local public transport and signposts suitable for the blind and partially sighted. Special guided tours enable everyone to experience the attractions.
Creative exhibition projects such as the Dialogue Museum in Frankfurt foster better understanding between disabled and non-disabled people.
01-May-2014 - 30-Sep-2014
International Fireworks Competition
17-May-2014 - 05-Oct-2014
Exhebition: The Hanoverians on Britain’s Throne 1714-1837
12-Sep-2014 - 21-Sep-2014
Mendelssohn Festival 2014: "Mendelssohn in the Rhineland"
16-Sep-2014 - 21-Sep-2014
Berlin Art Week
18-Sep-2014 - 29-Sep-2014
Nuremberg Old Town Festival
20-Sep-2014 - 05-Oct-2014
25-Sep-2014 - 27-Sep-2014
Reeperbahnfestival – Germany's largest club festival
26-Sep-2014 - 12-Oct-2014
Stuttgart Beer Festival
25 years of peaceful revolution
17-Oct-2014 - 19-Jan-2015
Exhibition: Canaletto – Bernardo Bellotto paints Europe
20-Nov-2014 - 23-Dec-2014
Christmas market in Düsseldorf
21-Nov-2014 - 06-Apr-2015
Exhibition: 'Oskar Schlemmer – Visions of a New World'
25-Nov-2014 - 23-Dec-2014
Cologne Christmas market
26-Nov-2014 - 22-Dec-2014
Frankfurt Christmas market
27-Nov-2014 - 24-Dec-2014
Christmas market: Dresden's Striezelmarkt
28-Nov-2014 - 24-Dec-2014
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