Accessible travel on the German Wine Route

Whether on foot, on two or four wheels - pleasure lovers get their money's worth on the German Wine Route. The sun-drenched region in the Palatinate has numerous tailor-made travel offers for everyone all year round, so even holidaymakers travelling with a wheelchair or other aids can discover and enjoy accommodation, restaurants and leisure facilities without a care in the world. Just how fertile Germany's Garden of Eden is can be experienced with all the senses at one of the wine and local festivals that take place all year round. And in combination with other highlights, this makes for an all-round perfect holiday.

Accessible Accommodations

Welcome! The hosts on the German Wine Route are waiting for you. Whether as a couple or with the family, whether hotel, vacation apartment or winery: With us, everyone will find the right accommodation.

In order to be able to provide you with verified and reliable information on accessibility, our hosts are certified according to the nationwide uniform labeling system Travel for All.

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Stories to Inspire:

Valley low... (Part 1)

With the bus line 485 from Bad Dürkheim to the valley of the valleys.
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The Palatinate: International and Convivial

Young wine experts gained experience abroad and now work in the Palatinate.
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Inclusivity on a plate

Exciting organic food suppliers have set up shop here, with some of them…
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Quite a lot going on along the German Wine Route

A true diversity of experiences is waiting to be discovered: blooming gardens, mighty castles and palaces, adventure playgrounds and unique museums: with such a high recreational value, everyone gets their money's worth in the region, whether it's a leisurely stroll through the wildlife park or a visit to one of the numerous sights such as the "cradle of German democracy", Hambach Castle.


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"Tourism for All" is a nationwide labeling system in the area of accessibility. It was developed in several years of cooperation and coordination with numerous associations of people affected. As part of the "Tourism for All" certification process, a specially trained surveyor assesses the conditions on site using a detailed catalog of criteria. Subsequently, the data is viewed and evaluated by the Federal Inspection Agency and detailed inspection reports are prepared. Based on these test reports, the guest receives an exact idea of the conditions on site before the trip and can decide for himself whether the offer meets his own requirements.

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