Rhineland-Palatinate has signed up to the nationwide Reisen für Alle (‘Travel for All’) certification system. A growing number of establishments along the Southern Wine Route are participating in this scheme, providing visitors with approved and detailed information. This enables them to obtain relevant information at the travel planning stage. At the moment there are more than 40 operators that have been certified under the system, with another ten currently undergoing certification. This includes a number of restaurants with specially widened doors that make it easier for wheelchair users to enter.
The Club Behinderter und ihrer Freunde Südpfalz e.V. (short, cbf) helps on vacation. No matter if you need general or medical care, handicapped accessible driving services or excursions, the cbf is at your side with ist care and assistance service. Also, if you search for physicians, services for artificial respiration or special medical treatments you will find support here.
Phone.: 0 63 41/98 76 00 | Fax: 0 63 41/9 87 60 60
Since 2018, the Southern Wine Route has been a member of the Working Group for Accessible Travel. Ten German vacation regions and cities have joined forces to form the working group since 2008. Together, they are pioneering the development of travel offers for people with limited mobility, with hearing, visual and learning disabilities, for the deaf and blind, as well as for families and seniors.
Members include the regions of Eifel, East Frisia, Saxon Switzerland, Southern Wine Route, Franconia, Lusatia and Ruppin Lake Land, as well as the cities of Erfurt, Magdeburg and Rostock.