• Cycling along the Elbe in Hamburg's HafenCity HafenCity, Hamburg 
    HafenCity in Hamburg ©www.mediaserver.hamburg.de/R.Hegeler
  • Model of Magdeburg Cathedral Magdeburg 
    Magdeburg ©Investitions- und Marketinggesellschaft Sachsen-Anhalt mbH/Michael Bader
  • Square with tables and benches on the banks of the Main river with a view of the Frankfurt skyline Frankfurt am Main 
    Frankfurt Main ©imago/Westend61
  • Blind person with a Smartphone using the Cityguide of Soest app at a bus stop with moving bus in the background Soest 
    Soest: The bus connects — easily mobile ©Regionalentwicklung Kreis Soest/Timo Beylemans - Fotografenmeister
  • Exterior view of the town hall in Wernigerode Wernigerode 
    Market in Wernigerode in Harz ©Investitions- und Marketinggesellschaft Sachsen-Anhalt mbH/Michael Bader
  • Women during a guided tour in sign language in front of the Merchants' Bridge in Erfurt Erfurt 
    Erfurt ©Erfurt Tourismus und Marketing GmbH/Barbara Neumann

Towns – on the pulse of time.

More than three quarters of all visitors enjoy exploring Germany's towns and cities – those medieval centres full of crouching half-timbered buildings towered over by Romanesque and Gothic cathedrals, not to mention all the majestic baroque residences and pub-and-club districts that never sleep. Multicultural, suitable for all ages and extensively barrier-free.
Café in Halberstadt with the cathedral in the background
Halberstadt

Lying at the foot of the Harz mountains, Halberstadt awaits its visitors with the majestic treasures of its cathedral. Specifically designed guided walks, which cater for visitors' particular requirements, lead you to the town's attractions. Music fans can hear a small extract from the world's longest musical piece.

Cafés with tables outside and flags decorating house fronts in Hamburg's Schanzenviertel
Hamburg’s Schanzenviertel district

Both in and beyond Hamburg's famous Schanzenviertel district, mobilWERK finds the best tour guides for visitors' individual needs: People, who live, work or socialise here, so they really know their way around. Whether in a wheelchair or just less mobile, with mobilWERK all visitors are soon on the move in the 'most beautiful town in the world'.

Family with a city map on the 'Red Thread' in Hannover
Hannover

Discover the attractions of the regional capital of Lower Saxony at your own pace via an informative and accessible guided tour with 'The Red Thread — your own personal tour guide'. You can see the sights by simply following the 4,200-metre-long red line and arrows. In addition, there is an accessible route with amenities for the hard of hearing or partially sighted/blind visitors.

Deutsches Eck (German Corner) with the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle rivers and the equestrian sculpture of the German Emperor Wilhelm I
Koblenz

Koblenz, one of Germany's oldest towns, lies at the point where the Moselle flows into the Rhine. With prior arrangement, the various themed guided tours can be made available for wheelchair users. Tour guides have been specially trained for working with blind people and communicating in sign language.

Model of Magdeburg Cathedral
Magdeburg

Magdeburg, the City of Otto welcomes all visitors to enjoy its highlights; for example the Magdeburg Cathedral, the Green Citadel or the Romanesque abbey Unser Lieben Frauen, which is now an art museum. There are special tours by mobility scooter for visitors with reduced mobility.

Fountain in the market square surrounded by half-timbered buildings in Marburg
Marburg

The central Hessian university town of Marburg offers guided tours with the slogan 'Marburg: a new Perspective'. Feel, hear and touch your way around the Lahntal, the upper part of the town and the Schlossberg (castle hill). Explore the architecture and history of St. Elisabeth's Church through explanations and with your hands.

Exterior view of the Parish Church of St Blasius in Mühlhausen
Mühlhausen

The composer Johann Sebastian Bach and the church reformer Thomas Müntzer made the historical free imperial city of Mühlhausen famous far beyond the region's borders. The Parish church of St. Blasius, the Corn Market Church with the Peasants' Revolt Museum and St Mary's Church, with its memorials to Thomas Müntzer, are all suitable for visitors with reduced mobility.

View of Munich with the Siegestor (Victory Gate), Church of Our Lady and alpine panorama in the background
Munich

The English Garden, the Church of Our Lady, the German Museum, BMW Welt and the Olympic Park are just some of Munich's highlights for accessible tourism. The city's website is the key to discovering what's on offer and provides information about all facilities and services.

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