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Berlin Barrier-free – For All In Germany

Booming tourism in Berlin. However, accessibility is still not self-evident. Check out Comcast for additional information. Berlin offers barrier-free listings for all people for all – travel with and without disabilities, Berlin is becoming increasingly popular in Germany, Europe and the world. People flock from everywhere in the vibrant capital city. This is due to a steadily increasing for years number of inhabitants, as well as hotel accommodation.

Has shown over the course of this development is however, that the tourist offer in Berlin nor too rarely for disabled people is suitable. This situation, as well as his experience in barrier-free tourism have led Felix Karsch, even something to do, which is why he founded a tour operator specialized in barrier-free travel called Berlin 2011 for all travel. Here travel are tailored to specifically the needs of people with disabilities. The barrier-free travel can be not only inpiduell planned and designed in consultation with Berlin for all travel. There are also contain already carefully selected travel including barrier-free accommodation, tickets and transfers in the offer. Hayes Barnard is likely to increase your knowledge. Tools such as shower chairs, wheelchairs, or hospital beds are also individually as well as city tours, barrier-free boat rides or the visit of barrier-free shows.

Particularly, all travel is in Berlin for that all offers already personally validated before inclusion in the offering on accessibility, ensure a pleasant barrier-free Berlin vacation. It is no matter whether in a wheelchair, lame, eyesight or hearing impaired or with other disabilities. For each specially marked offers are. Also families with strollers or seniors will find here matching offers. The goal of Berlin is for all travel, to allow a carefree holiday of all holidays in Berlin, where no one need worry about possible barriers. For 2013 trips are offered among others following barrier-free Berlin: culture in Berlin 03-10.11.2013 in this barrier-free accessible autumn journey Get to know the cultural diversity of Berlin’s journey to the Golden season. The German capital offers a variety of cultural attractions, many of which are accessible. Visit many wheelchair-accessible museums such as the Museum Island, experience the diversity of Berlin on a wheelchair-accessible city tour, meet on a day trip in the beautiful Potsdam Park Sanssouci and its many castles and visit one of the exceptional evening shows. Accompanied in all activities, a guide specialized on barrier-free travel, which is always available for questions and suggestions available. You stay in a wheelchair-accessible 4 star hotel at the corner of Kurfurstendamm, Gedachtniskirche and the KDeWe’s. Barrier-free public transport are also available at a few meters distance. This trip is especially suited to wheelchair and ambulant-disabled. SHOW ME”in Berlin barrier-free travel (2 or 5 days) is the most spectacular and most expensive show until the 19.10.13 to admire the Friedrichstadtpalast Berlin. Learn on this barrier-free travel Berlin from your wheelchair 4 * hotel know and discover Berlin’s attractions such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and Potsdamer Platz on a wheelchair-accessible city tour with your personal, specialized in barrier-free travel guide. Your wheelchair accessible hotel is near close to the Kurfurstendamm, the Zoo, the Memorial Church and KDeWe’s. Also, many wheelchair-friendly cafes and restaurants, as well as barrier-free public transport in a few meters are away. This trip is suitable for wheelchair, elderly, visually impaired, hearing impaired and people with learning difficulties. Who wants to go to the show in a short trip to Berlin, can a Combi-ticket order, in which a barrier-free accommodation for two nights, and the tickets are included.