Barrier-free destinations in Germany

The Association for Barrier-free Destinations in Germany is a group of cities and tourism regions which are especially committed to accessible tourism in Germany and which work to continuously develop and communicate barrier-free tourism in cooperation with the partners of the association.

Learn more: www.barrier-free-germany.com 

In addition to the Southern Wine Route, the following holiday regions are members of the Barrier-free Travel Destinations Association:

  • the Eifel region with its eponymous national park, a landscape of forests, lakes and volcanoes
  • the City of Erfurt with its romantic, medieval old quarter and its imposing architectural ensemble of cathedral and Church of St. Severus
  • the Franconian Lakes for swimming, windsurfing, sailing and cycling in a beautiful and varied natural setting
  • the City of Magdeburg, regional capital of Saxony Anhalt with an ancient city
  • Lower Lusatia has so many exciting places to discover and features a landscape in the midst of change
  • East Friesland features ancient moorlands, romantic parks, fen canals stretching in straight lines to the horizon and the unique natural heritage of the Wadden Sea
  • the Ruppiner Land region with its lakes, canals and rivers
  • the Hansestadt Rostock, the 800-year-old Hanseatic city, with a flourishing seaside resort, and it boasts miles of sandy beaches and unspoilt coastal forests
  • Saxon Switzerland with its unspoilt national park and the impressive scenery of the Elbe Sandstone Massif