It’s your choice – online or offline, exploring on your own or following five suggested routes.
Our three navigation menus - “Maps”, “Routes”, “Explore” – provide a mass of practical information on hotels, food and drink, shopping, culture and leisure activities. At all these different venues, we have collected and checked accessibility information on site for you.
The majority of the venues are certified under the Reisen für Alle (Tourism for All) nationwide scheme. For each of these venues, there is also an accessible bus stop in close proximity on at least one of the five routes. Our tips for using Berlin’s buses, tube and city railway lines and our accessible route descriptions help you reach your goal easily and conveniently. The descriptions come with useful advice, including a list of public accessible toilets and elevators. On the maps, you can show or hide the latest out-of-service reports for elevators and details on the location of taxi ranks. The integrated journey planner also tells you which train or tube connection is fastest or which bus takes you to the next sight in the city – and of course you can mark your own top attractions as favourites.
This service is launched with information and routes for people using wheelchairs and will be continually expanded.
Your favourite Berlin location isn’t listed? Or perhaps you have suggestions, feedback or questions?
New home page and extended information and directions for visually impaired and blind people
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Viele gute Routen und brauchbare Tipps.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.