Munich Accessible Travel Packages
Munich is mostly known as the city of lederhosen and the world-famous Oktoberfest, however, the capital of Bavaria has much more to offer than that. In fact, Munich is one of the most historic, artistic and entertaining cities you’ll find in Germany. Disabled visitors to Munich will have plenty of things to keep them entertained and having fun for several days:
Immerse yourself in the fascinating wonders and setting of Old Town Munich, peppered with old historic churches, a royal palace and numerous beer halls.
Explore the magnificent Nymphenburg Palace, which was originally built as a summer residence for Bavarian kings. The castle shows the opulence of Bavarian Royalty, exhibiting both baroque and rococo styles throughout.
For anyone interested in WWII history, a short day trip from Munich to the nearby Dachau Concentration Camp is a must. The camp shows some of the most tragic aspects of World War II and how the Nazis rose to power.
What Makes Our Packages Fully-Accessible?
| Guaranteed-Accessible Accommodation
|| Accessible Tours Led by Expert Guides
| Accessible Transfers
|| Reliable Accessibility Advice
Don’t forget that you also get 24/7 emergency support provided by
our international team of accessible travel problem solvers!
What is Included?
Want something special? Contact us for a custom quote.
What Are Our Clients Saying?
I wanted to give you feedback on the wonderful, perfect vacation that you organized for us! Every step of the way was executed flawlessly. Every transportation to and from hotels to train stations and airports was perfectly timed, easy to manage, and extremely helpful. The hotels were above expectations – wonderful accessibility, helpful, friendly staff.
But the best part of the whole trip was the guides. Justin, Rahul, and Patti were simply amazing. All three guides truly made the vacation extra special due to their depth and breadth of knowledge and to their adaptability and patience with Andy and me.
Please let John Sage and everyone in your organization that we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. We are also looking forward to our next trip abroad with you!
Kate & Andy, manual wheelchair user