Hotel Mondial Berlin

The Hotel Mondial is on West Berlin’s famous shopping & entertainment street, the Kurfürstendamm. It is described as a “barrier-free hotel” and has excellent accessibility throughout, with a hoist into its own heated swimming pool. https://www.hotel-mondial.com/default.aspx?lang=en

Blog Post: 10 Wheelchair Accessible Cities

Spin The Globe’s 2019 blog post: ’10 Wheelchair Accessible Cities You Should Visit in 2020′ highlights ten cities from around the world. https://spintheglobe.net/dir/2019/12/26/accessible-cities-2020/

Wheelchair services

Visit Berlin’s list of Wheelchair Service and Resources https://www.visitberlin.de/en/wheelchair-service-and-resources

Deutsch red cross

Breakdown Service for wheelchair users in Berlin https://www.drk-berlin.de/angebote/alltagshilfen/hilfsmittelcentrum.html

Around Germany

barrier free destinations in Germany We are the Barrier-free Destinations in Germany Association. We have made it our mission to create magical holiday experiences for as many people as possible. And some of Germany’s most beautiful towns, cities and regions have joined us in our quest. https://www.leichter-reisen.info/en/

Around Germany

Barrierefreie Urlaubswelt (German) website provides information on accessible accommodation and allows you to book your stay right away https://www.barrierefreie-urlaubswelt.de/

Around Germany

Accessible Airports information from Germany.travel https://www.germany.travel/en/ms/barrier-free-germany/what-to-know/airports.html

Around Germany

BarrierFree Germany Official Site with loads of really useful information on where to go, how to book, want to know what to do https://www.germany.travel/en/ms/barrier-free-germany/start/barrier-free-germany.html?gclid=COjt1fq14tMCFc2_7QodXuoAxg

Around Germany

Barrier-free travel oficial tourist informatio   https://www.germany.travel/en/barrier-free-travel/barrier-free-travel/barrier-free-travel.html

Around Germany

countryreports.org Disability Access In Germany https://www.countryreports.org/travel/Germany/accessibility.htm

Train stations

The website brokenlifts.org gives you information about whether lifts on the Berlin U- and S-Bahn stations are working or out of order. This way, you have plenty of time to plan an alternative route through Berlin. http://brokenlifts.org/

Tour route

A free tour Exploring Berlin’s Neighbourhoods by Wheelchair visit this page to find the full tour details https://www.visitberlin.de/en/exploring-berlins-neighbourhoods-wheelchair

Toilets

2017 The Mobidat association has provided you with an (PDF) overview of Wall City Toilets (a brand of single user public toilets) The toilets are arranged by district and are listed with the user fee. https://www.visitberlin.de/system/files/document/wall_city_toileten.pdf

Public transport assistance service

For those who cannot travel alone, more than 20 Berlin mobility help services are at hand to help. They offer older and disabled people assistance and pushing aid, such as collection from the airport, bus station, train station or transfer or excursion and shopping trips. http://www.berliner-mobilitaetshilfedienste.de/

Public transport

The Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (Berlin Transport Company) apps (BVG, S-Bahn and VBB), will also help you with accessible connections and public toilets close to the station. They also provide information about construction sites. https://sbahn.berlin/en/

Public transport

The Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (Berlin Transport Company) apps (BVG, S-Bahn and VBB), will also help you with accessible connections and public toilets close to the station. They also provide information about construction sites. https://www.bvg.de/en/Travel-information/Mobile

Parking

(German) There are approx. 1,300 public disabled parking spaces available in Berlin. You can use them with the special parking permit for disabled people (condition: contains the code aG or BI in the disabled person’s pass). https://www.myhandicap.de/mobilitaet-behinderung/behindertenfahrzeuge/behindertenparkplatz/

Accommodation

2016 25Hours Bikini Hotel, Berlin 3 BBS Ticks https://bluebadgestyle.com/venue/25hours-bikini-hotel-berlin/

Accessibility

2016 article 6 of the World’s Most Disability-Friendly Travel Destinations from GOODNET https://www.goodnet.org/articles/6-most-disabilityfriendly-travel-destinations  

Accessible city app

The accessBerlin App from visit Berlin.com visitors with limited mobility will find it even easier to explore Berlin! The app’s map shows various suggested routes across the city with, for example, accessible attractions and sights. https://www.visitberlin.de/en/accessberlin-app

Accessible city

Visit Berlin search of ‘wheelchair’ listing accommodation, bars, restaurants, theatre, swimming pools, guided tours and more! https://www.visitberlin.de/en/search?keys=wheelchair

Accessible city

2017 Culture trip article:Accessible and Disability-Friendly Travel Destinations Around the World this article lists 15 places all around the world that are great for different accessibility reasons: Berlin, Germany; Seattle, St. Simon’s Island (Georgia), US National Parks, Disney World (Florida), Hanauma Bay, Hawaii, San Diego (California), Legoland (Florida) USA; Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom; Sydney, Australia; Montréal,…

Around Germany 4

toegankelijkopreis (Belgian wheelchair user) tips for visiting Germany https://www.toegankelijkopreis.be/land/duitsland  

Around Germany 3

wheelchairtraveller.org reviews activities and hotels in Germany http://www.reisenmitrollstuhl.de/en/

Around Germany 2

Wheelchairtraveling.com resources, reviews, guides, and tips from over 100 writers worldwide about accessible travel http://wheelchairtraveling.com/category/europe/germany/

Around Germany 1

(Spanish-language but with translation available in Google Chrome) Siller@s Viajer@s various blog posts about visits to locations throughout Germany https://www.sillerosviajeros.com/portfoliosets/viajes/

Train station

2016 The Geordie Traveller From Berlin to Poland – taking the scenic route https://thegeordietravellerblog.wordpress.com/2014/12/23/from-berlin-to-poland-taking-the-scenic-route/

City Bus tour

2017 Wheelchairtravel.org blog post: 13 BEST WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE HOP-ON HOP-OFF BUS TOURS The two leaders in this arena are Big Bus Tours and City-Sightseeing, with accessible buses serving wheelchair travelers in more than 50 cities across 6 continents. While not every city has a 100% accessible fleet, most buses do have a wheelchair accessible ramp…

Berlin visit

2016 Simply Emma:GUEST POST: 5 MUST-SEE THINGS IN BERLIN, GERMANY http://www.simplyemma.co.uk/guest-post-5-must-see-things-in-berlin-germany/

Berlin Visit

2016 Spin the Globe’s Top 10 Wheelchair Accessible Cities You Should Visit in 2017 http://spintheglobe.net/dir/2016/12/30/268/

Accommodation

2016 The Geordie Traveller Accidentally booking a night at a gay hotel https://thegeordietravellerblog.wordpress.com/2016/03/17/accidentally-booking-a-night-at-a-gay-hotel/

Accessibility report

Wheelchair travel.org’s complete destination accessibility report of Berlin https://wheelchairtravel.org/berlin/

Accessible City

2017 Article: Barcelona, Singapore and Berlin: World’s best cities to travel if you’re disabled http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/world-best-cities-for-disabled-accessible-wheelchair-tourists-holidays-travel-barcelona-singapore-a7511571.html