Accessible Travel

Accessible holiday in Rhineland-Palatinate

In addition to the breathtaking beauty of the nature, Rhineland‑Palatinate also offers exciting destinations and a range of wellness and activity programmes. We think it is important that as many people as possible can enjoy the beauty of our federal state. There are lots of tips for an accessible holiday in Rhineland‑Palatinate on these pages to help take the stress out of holiday planning.

It is important for us to know that our guests are in good hands, which is why you will only find offers on these pages that are certified according to the nationwide ‘Tourism for All’ scheme, meaning that accessibility is a priority. Thanks to the special services offered by the providers, there is nothing standing in the way of a carefree, comfortable holiday in a wheelchair or with other disabilities.

Update on the situation in the Ahr valley

The Ahr valley and its tourism infrastructure are still severely affected by the consequences of the flood disaster in July. In the meantime, however, some tourism offers are available again to a limited extent. You can find out what is currently available in the region by clicking on the following link. In all other parts of Rhineland-Palatinate, excursions and holidays are possible without any problems.

Accessible accommodation

Spend the night in comfort

Let us show you our ‘Tourism for All’ certified accommodation for the perfect accessible stay in our holiday regions.

Accessible excursion tips

Leisure tips and lots more

There is a great deal to discover in Rhineland‑Palatinate! There are exciting adventures both above and below ground, including Europe’s highest cold-water geyser or a visit to a copper mine. There are galleries, other cultural institutions and interactive exhibitions that are fun for all ages. The thermal baths and swimming pools are perfect for relaxing. Numerous wine estates, wine shops and restaurants, often embedded into the picture-perfect landscape and affording wonderful views, offer regional fare as well as exquisite cuisine and Rhineland‑Palatinate wines.

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  • Südpfalz-Therme spa

    Bad Bergzabern In the most southern part of the Palatinate, nestled between vineyards and the Palatinate Forest, Südpfalz Therme offers visitors a warm welcome.…

  • Landschaftstherapeutischer Park Römerkessel

    Bad Bertrich Visit Europe's first landscape therapeutic park in Bad Bertrich and feel the calming effect of nature for yourself. Seven themed gardens show you how…

  • Bad Bertrich volcanic Eifel thermal spa

    Bad Bertrich Covering two floors, the spa architecture, dominated by wood, glass and stone, creates a health and wellness experience in a dimension of its own.…

  • GesundLand Tourist Information Bad Bertrich

    Bad Bertrich Would you like to find out more about our region? Are you looking for great hiking tips, information material or tickets for events? The staff at our…

  • Spa Park

    Bad Breisig Today's spa park was created by the Danish Consul General Oehme. The planted trees come from all over the world; during a walk through the park you…

  • Tourist Information Bad Breisig

    Bad Breisig Vacation can be so beautiful.... If it weren't for the extensive preparations: Looking for a hotel, reserving a room, organizing excursions, taking…

  • Weinwelt Herrenberg-Honigsäckel eG

    Bad Dürkheim More than 40 grape varieties from the best Palatinate vineyards are vinified in the cellar of the Wineworld Ungstein to fine fruity and elegant wines…

  • Kulturzentrum Haus Catoir

    Bad Dürkheim Citizens and guests of the city have it good, because the "cultural center" is actually in the center of the city. In the Catoir house, named after…

‘Tourism for All’: What’s the idea?

‘Tourism for All’ is a nationwide accessibility accreditation scheme. It has been developed over several years of collaboration and coordination with a range of stakeholder associations as part of the ‘Tourism for All’ project sponsored by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. For the ‘Tourism for All’ certification, a specially trained inspector surveys the accessibility of a given site based on a detailed catalogue of criteria. The data is then viewed and evaluated by the federal testing body and detailed test reports are produced. These test reports give travellers an exact idea of what things are like before they set off, allowing them to make their own decisions as to whether the facilities are suitable for their needs.

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