Photo: All that remains of the Jewish Quarter of East Berlin Germany. No one is left alive to claim any of the property.
Click the following link to read about the adventures of Nancy and Nate while traveling with disabilities in Germany.
One of the most interesting and visually beautiful areas in Germany involves the Rhine River, and especially its castles. This site is exhausting in its listings of possibilities for travelers. Unfortunately, there is no special section for disabled tourists, and you will have to inquire about accessibility from any place/cruise line you are attracted to. BE
VERY CAREFUL AND SPECIFIC ABOUT YOUR INDIVIDUAL NEEDS WHEN CONTACTING ANYONE. ALL WILL TELL YOU IT IS POSSIBLE, BUT WHEN YOU GET THERE, SUCH MAY NOT BE THE CASE.
If a river cruise is unappealing or unavailable, the great road system throughout Germany lends itself to a motor trip. This part of the site presents you with a flood of suggestions and links to nearly limitless possibilities to excite your curiosity.
And finally, there is another way to see not only Germany, but all of Europe- by train. This site provides all information about the EuroRail system for all countries. Be forewarned: searching for “handicapped,” “ wheelchair,” or “disabled” will not produce any results. YOU MUST MAKE SPECIFIC INQUIRIES FOR ANY PRODUCT THAT
Have you checked the most important parts of our website? We urge you to go to the Chapter on Essential Plans. Then, whether they apply to you or not, read the Chapters Airlines, Cruises, Hotels, Taxis, Tours. Finally, be sure you read the Chapter Items to Take. The information in these chapters will make all the difference in the success of your trip.
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