Project Category: Sightseeing

Tourist Attractions and Cultural Activities

Berlin is well known for its wide variety of tourist attractions. Whether one prefers a visit to one of the museums, a quiet evening at the movies or a tour through the city’s center, there is something for everybody. The following sights in Berlin are especially suited for people with disabilities: Reichstag building: in order to visit the German parliament building and its glass dome it is necessary to register in advance at: There are special offers for blind and visually impaired visitors: Standing at Pariser Platz, the square in front of the Brandenburg Gate, you can...

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Outdoor Activities in Berlin

Especially during the spring and summer months, Berlin offers a vast number of outdoor activities which are accessible.The city has many parks and green spaces and is one of the greenest cities in Europe. Here is a small selection of outdoor destinations: Zoo at Tierpark Berlin Berlin Zoological Garden (Zoologischer Garten) (There are also guided tours in German sign language; see Information according guided tours in sign language for more information – German only) Gardens of the World (Gärten der Welt) in Marzahn-Hellersdorf – a jewel on the outskirts of Berlin. Botanic Garden in Berlin-Dahlem also has a fragrance...

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Panoramic Views of Berlin

Berlin’s TV Tower (Fernsehturm) ist not accessible for people with mobility restrictions. But there are several alternatives which give visitors in a wheelchair a chance to view the city from above. Panoramapunkt: Right at Potsdamer Platz the fastest elevator in Europe takes you up to the 26th floor of the Kohlhoff-Towers in less than 30 seconds. The very top floor can only be reached by stairs, but the accessible floor offers a great view also. Park Inn Hotel: A short distance from the TV Tower, the Park Inn Hotel at Alexanderplatz has a rooftop terrace that is open to...

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Accessible tours

In the following you will find a one day tour through Kreuzberg: Who will find the route useful? Curious people, both young and young at heart, who are looking for a varied programme as well as Berliners and visitors who want to see something new. When is the route most useful? Every day, although it’s nicer when it’s not raining. Length? One day Cost? Depends on what you choose to eat. Otherwise, the cost of an AB day pass on Berlin’s transport network and admission fees. Exploring Berlin’s neighbourhoods by wheelchair The tour gets started at 9 o’clock at...

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