Europe’s historical treasure. Landmarks, memorials, museums, art galleries and architecture.
As the capital of Germany, Berlin is filled with sights, sounds, foods and activities that will interest travelers of all types, including the history buff, art lover or shopping enthusiast. Among the city’s most visited attractions are the Berlin Wall, the UNESCO World Heritage Site Museum Island, the Reichstag building and the Brandenburg Gate.
These are only the tip of the iceberg. Countless other Berlin attractions are wheelchair accessible, ensuring that no member of your group is left out. And, by setting the standard as one of the most disability-friendly cities in Europe, Berlin’s investment in an inclusive environment is beginning to spread to other parts of the world.
Delayed again, the brand-new Brandenburg Airport will (hopefully) soon replace Berlin Tegel Airport.
Attractions & Sights
Wheelchair accessible attractions include the German Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Museum Island, Berlin Wall and more.
Hotels & Accommodations
Explore this list of wheelchair accessible hotels with roll-in showers in Berlin.
Berlin is home to one of the most wheelchair accessible public transit systems in Europe.
Limited options for accessible private transportation is one of Berlin’s greatest accessibility challenges.
The German capital city is easily walkable and rollable for wheelchair users.