State capital Schwerin
Pleasure stroll in the palace garden? Our video in German Sign Language introduces Germany's smallest state capital.
The Mecklenburg State Theater and State Museum offer art and culture in abundance. Special offers and guided tours for people with visual or hearing impairments make an eventful vacation possible for everyone.
In the heart of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Nothing but active in nature! Our video in German sign language offers inspiration.
The small town of Güstrow impresses with half-timbered houses and brick Gothic. In the Wildpark M-V you can experience wolves, bears and lynxes in the wild. Guided tours for people with mobility disabilities are offered.
If you want to be your own captain, you can rent a houseboat without a boating license and explore the land of 1,000 lakes. There are now also houseboats that can be used by people with mobility disabilities. If you want to fish, you can buy the so-called Touristenfischereischein license for your vacation. In the Mecklenburg Lake District, between Kratzeburg and Dambeck, there is the "SpurenWeg" - a hiking trail that provides hiking pleasure for the blind and visually impaired. Near Plau am See lies Western Europe's largest bear sanctuary - the BÄRENWALD Müritz