Wheelchair Accessible Germany Theme vacations
Asparagus Route Vacation
Between the middle of April and June 24th the 80 mile stretch between Schwetzingen and Scherzheim is a mecca for lovers of asparagus from around the world. During spring, aficionados of white asparagus are treated to everything asparagus; asparagus festivals, asparagus harvests, pick-your-own asparagus parties, and every opportunities to join-in the asparagus craze.
The local Baden wine is ideally suited to the wide range of delicious asparagus dishes, served up fresh by local restaurants in this region since the Middle Ages.
Bruchsal hosts Europe's largest asparagus festival and Reilingen celebrates with their own asparagus history trail.
Castle Route Vacation
The 70 castles, palaces and stately homes along the 650 mile Castle Route route between Mannheim and Prague delivers visitors on the roadways used by emperors, kings and knights since the Middle Ages. The route is filled with architectural wonders, marvelous medieval towns, splendid abbeys. During the summer you can expect the region to provide a plethora of period costume performances, medieval festivals, markets, and banquets; all in authentic surroundings and many within ancient castle walls.
Clock Route Vacation
If you are a fan of the clock, the 185 mile route through the heart of the Black Forest and Germany's Baar region is a delight to your soul. A pilgrimage almost for clock lover's around the world, the area is simply packed with clock factories, clock workshops, discount stores, outlets and clock studios all influenced by the iconic cuckoo clock. It's enough to make a visitor go cuckoo. The circular route begins and ends in Villingen-Schwenningen.
Romantic Road Vacation
For the last 60 years the 250 mile route between Wurzburg to Fussen in southern Germany (Allgau) has been refereed to my north American's as the Romantic Road. With a heavy concentration of castles, palaces, medieval timber-framed buildings and historical sites the Romantic Road is legendary for scenery, architecture, culture and genuine hospitality.
The route passes through
great cities like Nördlingen, Dinkelsbühl and Rothenburg and slides right past castles like Burg Harburg and Neuschwanstein, the fairytale castle of crazy King Ludwig. From May through October the Romantic Road sizzles with historical festivals, open air entertainment, region food and beer.
Fairytale Route Vacation
The 380 mile Fairytale Route into the magical world of the Brothers Grimm takes visitors into the the footsteps of the seven dwarfs the Pied Piper, Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel, Hansel and Gretel, and sleeping beauty. The route of these two, master storytellers, offers a mixture of culture and myth, history and legend, and a bowl full of enchanting medieval towns, fairytale palaces with open-air festivals and medieval feasts.
Spa and Health Resort Vacation
The 170 mile Black Forest Spa Route from Pforzheim to Bad Rippoldsau in the northern Black Forest is the perfect place to find year around pampering, mineral springs, health spas and luxury resorts.
The Black Forest has a deep culture of wellness, healing and therapy. The natural landscape is said to restore your life and the regions wines restorer your lust. The area boasts Germany's largest nature reserves and their largest collection of health resorts, spa towns, wellness centers in an unparalleled landscape of gentle hills and picturesque valleys.
Christmas Market Vacation in Germany
Germany's Christmas markets appeal to everyone with yuletide treats, festive music, and the smell of pine, glühwein and gingerbread in the cold winter air. More than 150 Christmas markets in Germany participate during the holiday seasons offering handicrafts and gifts seasonal customs and historical settings.
The most famous and the biggest are in Trier, Koblenz and Mainz the smallest are in Worms, Speyer, Bernkastel-Kues, Cochem, Rüdesheim and Ahrweiler. with souvenirs and memories
of your Alpine adventure you depart on your back home.
About our Accessible Germany
Rates and other details
Our Germany Wheelchair Vacations Overview:
Our wheelchair accessible theme vacations in Germany require 5-7 seven days to complete comfortable, and without a rush. More time might be needed.
Our these vacation packages
can provide our guests with a self-drive rental car, wheelchair accessible van rentals, or wheelchair accessible vans with a driver.
Arrival days in Germany before your theme vacation and a minimum of one day after your theme vacation are require in Germany.
Wheelchair Vacations Includes:
Rental car (standard car, or accessible van w/lift, or luxury car, or driver with accessible van) all with unlimited mileage,
basic collision coverage, and onboard GPS navigation system.
Our wheelchair accessible Germany theme vacation also provide all
accommodations, daily full-breakfast at each hotel, hotel garage parking
fees (if applicable) vehicle parking w/driver option, experienced English speaking guides where noted, all local and government taxes,
and all administration fees in Germany and the USA.
Wheelchair Vacations Do Not Include:
International airfare, passports and visas, travel insurance, admissions
to attractions, gratuities to service staff, meals (except daily breakfast
at your hotels), supplemental vehicle damage insurance, rental vehicle
fuel, road tolls, maps, parking fees, fines, telephone and postage from
outside the USA. Items not mentioned specifically in the itinerary,
items of personal nature, unforeseen items outside the tour operators
About our Wheelchair Accessible Germany Vacation Package Rates
The price of your Germany program is influenced by your choice of hotels
(3 star, 4 star, 5 star) your dates of travel, the number of participants and the theme vacation you choose.
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Wheelchair Accessible Germany Cities
Sightseeing and other details
Wheelchair Accessible Berlin Overview:
Berlin's swagger is built from the most dramatic moments in 20th century history. The city has a cosmopolitan vibe that's alive with and explosion of art, fashion, design, music and, glamour. When you think of Berlin, the word wall come second.
For decades the Berlin Wall was the European icon of political division. Today, twenty five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall the city's artistic flair remains a defining characteristic of the city.
Our top sightseeing choices in Berlin are visit to the Reichstag, the Berlin Television Tower (not accessible), Gendarmenmarkt, a stroll on Unter den Linden and the Ku’damm, Charlottenburg Palace, Potsdamer Platz, Brandenburg Gate, Museum Island, Check point Charlie, and the Berlin Wall Memorial. There are public accessible bus routes and wheelchair accessible taxi services around the city. This is a wonderful accessible city to explore.
Wheelchair Accessible Cologne Overview:
Cologne is guaranteed to surpass your expectations as a city with its own exuberance. Cologne is a positive state of mind brought about by kolsch beer and a city carnival that's in a league of it's own.
The city's signature beer is served in dozens of brewery taverns with their own version of kolsch served by the beer waiters known as Kobes.
Carnival in Cologne officially begins on November 11 at 11.11am and ends on Ash Wednesday but the street festival during the week before Lent is called "the Crazy Days."
The week-long Crazy Days festival brings out ridiculous costumes, huge parades and amazing floats all around the city.
The Cologne Tourist Board has specialized for wheelchair travelers. They use only routes that are suitable for wheelchairs. The Cologne Tourist Board has also developed a special map that shows visitors how to tour the old town without encountering obstacles. Mobility scooters are also available for loan at Cologne’s Central Train Station.
There are public accessible bus routes and wheelchair accessible taxi services in Cologne.
Wheelchair Accessible Dusseldorf Overview:
Dusseldorf is the fashion capital of Germany and a destination for chic atmosphere, boutiques and style. If you like the taste for the finer things in life and you are looking for the latest designer creations, fashion show rooms, exclusive boutiques, then you will be in love with Dusseldorf. Super brands like Marco Polo, Hugo Boss, Armani, Bulgari, Gucci, Prada, Tiffany and Versace, make their homes in Dusseldorf.
The Konigsallee, or Ko, is the heart of the fashion world where being seen is about fashion. There's the Carlstadt quarter for antique shops, alternative stores and unconventional boutiques along and "Old Town" with such an abundance of pubs, bars and clubs it's nickname is 'the longest bar in the world.' Past the fashion and shopping mecca, the third-largest Japanese community lives in Dusseldorf and you can feast in supermarkets and restaurants around the Hotel Nikko.
There are public accessible bus routes and wheelchair accessible taxi services around Dusseldorf.
Wheelchair Accessible Frankfurt Overview:
Frankfurt is about banks and brokers, stocks and shares, and an unrivaled museum scene. Always staying ahead of the times, Frankfurt's' museum embankment hosts the Stadel Institute of Art, the Municipal Gallery, and the Museum of Applied Art. On the opposite riverbank is the Museum of Modern Art, the Schirn Kunsthalle gallery and smaller galleries around the cathedral. Skyscrapers, towering banks, and art galleries, and a view from the 650 feet high "Main Tower" are the tastes of Frankfurt There are public accessible bus routes and wheelchair accessible taxi services around the city.
Wheelchair Accessible Hamburg Overview:
Hamburg is the mecca for Germany's media and Germany's gateway seaport to the world. The city offers elegant shopping, a beautiful harbor system with more intercity bridges than Amsterdam and Venice combined and Europe's largest red light district. On the water there is Hamburg's long standing seafaring heritage and on land there is cutting-edge architecture - a city by land or sea you can fall in love with.
Every visit to Hamburg should include a boat trip around Europe's second largest port. Passenger cruise ships, cargo container ships and 13,000 other ships of every conceivable size call on Germany's gateway to the world. On land, Sunday mornings at the Hamburg Fish Market (5AM-9:30AM Summer & 7:AM-9:30AM Winter) are still a legendary sell-off event.
Most suburban and underground trains and buses offer wheelchair access and about 90% of all buses used in 2014 are low-floor buses equipped with ramps and a kneeling function. The majority of bus and tram stops and many U and S-Bahn stations have wheelchair access, with ramps, elevators and platforms at train level. Buses marked with a wheelchair symbol are specially equipped. Foot notes on all printed schedules at every stop indicates which trams and buses are wheelchair equipped. Look for the words behindert (disabled) and ausgestattet (outfitted). Most trams and buses have seating located close to the doors and with extra room to offer easier access. All bus services in Hamburg have low-floor vehicles, and allow boarding and exiting via a ramp.
Wheelchair Accessible Hannover Overview:
If you haven't visited Hannover at this point sometime in the future you may be attending a world-wide convention in Hannover or visualizing the effects of their industry transforming zoological gardens. Hannover's state-of-the-art exhibition center is the world's largest exhibition site and hosts Germany's flagship trade fairs in technology, automation, ICT solutions, biotechnology, life sciences, and sustainable technologies. Zoo Hannover has revolutionized the European zoo world by creating different environmental worlds and scenic settings where visitors experience the animal kingdoms without visible barriers.
The city can easily be explored on foot following the "red thread." The Red Thread is a 2.6 mile red line painted onto the pavement. The Red Thread links together 36 places of interest i and helps you keep your bearings. Self touring is easy with a Red Thread guide book.
A visit to Hannover includes the splendid Herrenhausen Gardens, the sculpture mile of Niki de Saint Phalle's plump, colorful, sculptures, the Sprengel Museuman and Wilhelm Busch Museums, an old town, the State Theatre, and Masch Park.
Hannover offers traveler's with wheelchairs transportation by taxi, railway, buss and tram. There are currently 131 high-platform tram stops that can not be maneuvered by wheelchairs - maps are available. All ustra Silver trams have 52 inch door openings with easy roll-on, roll-off, access and a wheelchair area with tip-up seats near the doorway - maps are available. All green ustra trams are not accessible for wheelchairs.
For several years the RegioBus company has purchased only easy access, low-level entry, buses with ramps. Nevertheless, not all journeys can be covered exclusively by easy access buses.
Wheelchair Accessible Munich Overview:
The cosmopolitan Capital city of Bavarian has a big heart, beautiful scenery, tasty beer, and a long heritage. The main square Marienplatz dates back to the Middle Ages, with high gabled houses, a Cathedral, and a Town Hall where, at 11 AM the “Glockenspiel” figures dance to a familiar melody. To the residents of Munich the glockenspiel is as much their icon as Hofbräuhaus and Church of Our Lady whose dome towers can be seen for miles.
Viktualienmarkt is the city's famous food market where haggling have no place. English Garden is a free piece of paradise and the "ultimate chill-out zone" for locals. Charming bars, cosy cafés and trendy boutiques abound in the Art Quarter. All the beer halls are wheelchair accessible. There are public accessible bus routes and wheelchair accessible taxi services around the city.
Wheelchair Accessible Stuttgart Overview:
If luxury sports cars have a birthplace it is Stuttgart. Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach created their first "Benz" in Stuttgart 1885 and their legacy lives on at the Mercedes-Benz Museum. The other iconic legend of Stuttgart is the name Porsche. The Porsche Museum is the smaller of the two and the architecture of the museum is breathtaking. The Retro Classics at Stuttgart's Ludwigsburg Palace every March draws classic car fans from around the world to see classic cars set in an authentic environment.
The Rubble Hill is impressive for an overview of the city and an incredible trip back in time. On Saturday morning, roll through the Karlsplatz market for bargains on the latest fashions. Roll around Schlossplatz for a variety of street performers and festivals and pick up last-minute tickets at Staatstheater for performances in opera and ballet and experimental theater. There are public accessible bus routes and wheelchair accessible taxi services around the city.
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