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Accessible holidays in Saxony

On these pages a huge number of accessible touristic offers in Saxony have been listed for your information and inspiration. Apart from the description of the accessibility of individual facilities fortravelers with mobility impairments, we also have gathered special offers for visitors with sensory impairments – featuring induction loops, texts in Braille and special guided tours – and people with learning disabilities or mental handicaps. We hope to provide you with valuable information for the planning and organisation of your stay in Saxony. We’re already looking forward to your visit and bid you A WARM WELCOME.

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Overview map

Saxony possesses a large number of wheelchair-friendly offers and accommodations. Here is a clear overview of these services on a map.

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ACCESSIBLE ACCOMMODATIONS

All of the accommodations included on the following pages are strictly tested according wheelchair-friendly guidelines. You may therefore be certain that the accommodations featured here satisfy the special standards of people with handicaps.

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ACCESSIBLE OFFERS

All of the cultural and leisure offer included on the following pages are strictly tested according wheelchair-friendly guidelines. You may therefore be certain that the sights, museums, spas, restaurants and other tourist travel offer featured here satisfy the special standards of people with handicaps.

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Tested accessibility of all offers

Due to our high quality demands of our products as well as the reliability and accuracy of our particulars on accessibility for disabled persons, the accessibility of all providers has been ascertained and tested by the TMGS project manager on the spot. The access information for the offers in Leipzig has been provided by the Behindertenverband Leipzig e.V.

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Pictograms and additional information

The pictogrames used here serve as graphical representation of the detailed access information. That is why the pictograms have not been coupled with assessments like "suitable for wheelchair users" or "partly suitable for wheelchair users". A certification of the facilities according to DIN standards was not the subject of these pages. The focus was rather on the task of presenting the actual accessibility of an offer as detailed as possible so that the wheelchair user is able to plan his journey according to his individual demands.

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