Accessible Guided Tours in Berlin
Divided during the Cold War but reunited today, the beautiful capital of Germany offers the best of both worlds – a vibrant cultural center known for its art scene, nightlife and modern, cutting-edge architecture, and a tangible history with memorable sites such as the Holocaust Memorial and remains of the Berlin Wall. With several of the major Berlin tourist attractions being within walking distance of each other, including Checkpoint Charlie, the Jewish Museum, the remaining part of the Berlin Wall and Der Reichstag, Berlin is an ideal destination to visit – even in a short amount of time! Our accessible Berlin tours are conducted by local, professional guides with extensive experience in touring with disabled clients, and the routes used are fully wheelchair friendly which makes for easy travel between the attractions. We offer both accessible walking and driving tour options (also from Warnemunde port)
Hidden behind the Berlin wall during the Cold War, Berlin Mitte (the “middle of Berlin) gives you the clearest window into the city’s Prussian and Nazi past, its legacy as a divided city and the constant change that is New Berlin. On this 3 hour accessible Berlin walking tour you will experience the remains of the Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, the Topography of Terror, the Gestapo Headquaters, Brandenburg Tor and much more!
This full-day Berlin accessible driving tour visits all the main tourist attractions in Berlin all in one day! You won’t just be snapping pictures and admiring sights from your car, you will also be making several stops to get out and experience the beautiful sites, while your professional, local guide explain and share the significance and history of each attractions.
This extended full-day Berlin private accessible Shore Excursion from Warnemunde is a great way for disabled cruise passengers to make the most out of their time in Germany. The tour includes accessible transfers from Warnemunde and visits all the main tourist attractions in Berlin in one day!
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