barrier-free in Cuxhaven
© Nordseeheilbad Cuxhaven GmbH

Accessible Travel


Is service and convenience of particular importance to you? On this website, you will find the perfect holiday tips and information for your trip.

Many of our hosts here in the holiday destination Lower Saxony have already made their services accessible to enable all guests to enjoy their holiday. This style of accessible tourism benefits not only guests with limited mobility, but also families with pushchairs and older guests. Fancy trying a hike in the Wadden Sea UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site or a walk through the treetops in Harz?

Look out for the “Reisen für Alle” disabled travel logo when searching for wheelchair accessible places to visit. Here you will find tried-and-tested and detailed services for accessible travel. Use this reliable information to plan your next trip and decide for yourself if the services meet your needs.

Accessible Attractions

Hannover Airport Adventure World


The themed Hannover Airport Adventure World is an attractive destination for an exciting, fun-filled excursion! The interactive World of Aviation exhibition features numerous multimedia exhibits for…

© Lüneburger Heide GmbH / Dominik Ketz

Jod-Sole-Therme Bad Bevensen


Source of comfort in the Lüneburg Heath. Warm bright colors, floor to ceiling glass windows and large waterscapes - when you come to Bad Bevensen to take a swim for the first time may be surprised by…

© Ostfriesland Tourismus GmbH

Evenburg Castle


The Schlosspark has always been open to everyone. It is valued by the many holiday-makers who quickly fall in love with the English landscaped garden with Schloss Evenburg at its heart.

Herrenhäuser Gärten
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Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen


The Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen in Hannover are among the most beautiful parks in Europe.

Kurpark (Spa Gardens) Bad Bevensen


From the colourful flower beds to the way the greenery gives way to the gently rolling hills of the surrounding landscape – Kurpark Bad Bevensen offers plenty of diversity.

Moorbahn
© MOORWELTEN Europäisches Fachzentrum Moor und Klima GmbH/ Kita Märchenburg

MOORWELTEN – European Competence Centre for Moor and Climate


The MOORWELTEN exhibition presents the significance of the moors for climate protection in an interactive, multimedia way.

Im Zoo Osnabrück leben vom Aussterben bedrohte Sumatra-Tiger
© Zoo Osnabrück

Osnabrück Zoo


Opened in 1936 as a “domestic animal garden”, Osnabrück Zoo is now home to some 2,700 animals of almost 300 species with the various themed areas cover an area of 23.5 hectares.

two suncatchers in action
© EEZ Aurich/ Impulsdesign

EEZ Energie-, Bildungs- und Erlebnis-Zentrum (Energy-, Education- and Adventure-Center) Aurich


At EEZ Aurich, you can experience energy through fun and excitement.

Dribble-Parcour
© Hallbauer + Fioretti Fotografie

VfL-FußballWelt Wolfsburg


VfL-FußballWelt Wolfsburg is a unique experience, not just within Germany but across Europe. Football fans of all ages will find plenty to sink their teeth into here.

© HAM/ Heike Thomas

Hotel HansenS Haus am Meer in Bad Zwischenahn


With 71 comfortable rooms and suites, five event spaces and a wide range of culinary options, the family-run hotel “HansenS Haus am Meer” has held four stars since it opened in 1997.

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