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Even if you have limited mobility, you can get to this region and experience it: There are plenty of disabled parking spaces that make it easier to drive here. The public transport system also has buses with lowered entrances and a lot of raised bus stops. We have more helpful tips for you here – but we have to be honest with you: the cobblestones in some of Flensburg’s very pretty old town alleys are very challenging!
Free wheelchairs from Sanitätshaus Till Schiebler for your shopping trip to CITTI-PARK. When you show your ID and a pay a €50 deposit, you can get one of our wheelchairs for as long as you need for your shopping. Mon–Fri 8.30 a.m.–6 p.m. and Sat 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
Altstadt Taxi, Flensburg
Taxi Lange, Flensburg
Taxi Lange, Husby
The Euro WC key lets you get into toilets for disabled people in Germany and some European countries. Citizens with a severely disabled pass or a notice from the State Office for Social Services can receive a key for disabled toilets if they have the reference aG, G, H, Bl or the reference G with a degree of disability (GdB) of 70 upwards, or if no reference has been issued but there is a GdB of 90 upwards. The key costs €23. Under some conditions, some municipalities can pay these costs.
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What? The Mobility Service Centre organises everything you need if you need help getting on, getting off, or changing buses – for example, a lift for your wheelchair. We also answer questions about trains you can take, how accessible stations are, or how much time you need for transfers.