Win an accessible Berlin break

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Checkpoint Charlie. The Reichstag. The Holocaust Memorial. The Berlin Wall. The German capital has so much to see and do, that you’ll certainly not be bored during a break to Berlin!

And with Germany’s commitment to BarrierFree tourism, emphasising the importance of access for disabled tourists, nobody has to miss out – as we found out on our recent trip.

From fantastic accessible hotels to tourist attractions which include people of all impairments, Berlin is the ideal destination for a city break. And now you could be experiencing it all for yourself.

We’ve teamed up with the German National Tourist Office and visitBerlin to give you the chance of winning a two-night stay in the capital.


Return flights from the UK to Berlin

2 nights in the 4* Hotel Mondial, including breakfast and a welcome drink

2 Berlin WelcomeCards providing free public transport in Berlin and discounts at some of the most  popular attractions

A four-hour accessible Segway tour through Berlin with Freee Citytours


To be in with a chance of winning this prize, simply fill in this form:


Entries must be received by 30 September 2017. Good luck!


 BarrierFree Germany


 Freee City Tours

 Hotel Mondial

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Competition is only open to UK and Irish residents aged 18 or over. The prize does not include any transfer costs in the UK or in Germany, including to or from the airport. All prizes are subject to availability. No changes are permitted once flights and accommodation is booked. You must inform the organiser of any access requirements at the time of booking. The winner is responsible for their own safety and security whilst on the trip. Flights must be booked before 1 November 2017. Travel Insurance is not included. One entry per household. Prize is non-refundable, non-transferable and there is no cash or other alternatives. The publisher’s decision is final.

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