You can still get around in Travemünde even if you have mobility issues or use a wheelchair. Here's some useful information on fully accessible travel by bus, train and car in Travemünde.
Getting around by bus
All buses can be lowered and are, therefore, wheelchair accessible. Ramps also facilitate better access to vehicles. There are controls to request the doors to be opened on the inside and outside of the bus. Attendants are also on hand to provide assistance with getting on and off.
Blind and partially sighted passengers can get special orientation and tactile maps at the ServiceCenter in Lübeck's central bus station and at Gustav-Radbruch-Platz.
For more information, please contact the mobility advice centre on Tel.: +49 (0) 4 51 / 8 88 27 45.
Getting around by train
The Strandbahnhof station in Travemünde has step-free access to the platforms through the side entrance (though assistance is required with the door). There is one step at the main entrance. Tactile strips guide stick users to the platforms. There is a disabled toilet and the nearest disabled parking spaces are in "Am Kurgarten".
Getting around by car
Wheelchair taxi (by prior arrangement):
City Taxi Tel.: +49 (0) 4 51 / 4 42 44
Taxi Kröhnert Tel.: +49 (0) 4 51 / 6 10 29 29
AK Taxi Tel.: +49 (0) 4 51 / 5 82 45 97
Car park on Mövenstein (Kaiserallee)
Car park Backbord Car park Am Kurgarten
Lübecker Yacht Club (Trelleborgallee)
Vorderreihe (roundabout in front of the car ferry to Priwall)
Getting around by ferry
The ferries (both passenger and car ferries) are accessible for people with disabilities.