Berlin Disabilities

International day of disabled persons: Hostels for all on December 3rd is a date specified in the schedule that is celebrated the international day of persons with disabilities. Since its proclamation in 1992 she has worked for the integration into society of persons with disabilities and fortunately, nowadays, this integration has been extended to virtually all areas. HostelBookers, suppliers of affordable accommodation online, wants to also celebrate the international day of persons with disabilities and why has selected five of its best hostels adapted for people with disabilities in five popular destinations at European level. In Barcelona, for example, emphasizes the Alberg Pere Tarres. Located 10 minutes from the Estacio de Sants and with excellent communication with the public transport network, this hostel offers the best facilities and services. The building has no architectural barriers (there is an access ramp at the entrance) and it has an elevator which connects all the plants.

There are 4 fully adapted rooms (32 seats in total) located near the elevator. There are also showers and adapted bathrooms, an exclusive parking for people with disabilities and common areas adapted square. On the other hand, in Lisbon, the Lisbon Old Town Hostel offers accommodation in one of the seven hills of the city. The building was built in the 18th century and has been renovated and recently restored to offer all modern comforts. There is an access ramp and rooms are on the ground floor, so that they are fully accessible. It has, moreover, a bathroom fully adapted for disabled people.

All In Hostel, located in the Centre of Berlin close to Alexanderplatz square, offers pleasant accommodation, clean and safe. It is also open 24 hours so that it allows to visit the city day and night, without any form of restrictive schedule.