Barrier-free experiences in the Lower Rhine region
Expansive landscapes and historical towns
Whether its the expansive natural landscapes, stately moated castles or historical old towns – nature lovers and art enthusiasts both get their money’s worth on the Lower Rhine.
On the Lower Rhine, holidaymakers can enjoy some time out in the magnificent natural landscape. Wild geese spend their winters here in the Rhine wetlands and willows; river meadows and moors define this expansive landscape. Museums, castles and parks in the region offer exciting excursion destinations.
Hiking without limits
The flat landscape of the Lower Rhine is ideal for hikers. You can even hike the Jakobsweg (Way of St. James) through former moorlands and colourful lake landscapes. One stage runs from Nijmegen in the Netherlands to Krefeld-Linn along old postal trails, passing small fishing villages along the way.
Xanten climatic spa
You pass through the city gates to the historical old town of Xanten. Xanten market is usually busy in good weather. Visitors can sit at one of the cafés and enjoy an ice-cream. The majestic St. Victor’s Cathedral rises above the town. The former collegiate church is home to many art treasures.
On the trail of the Romans
Right next to Xanten, there was once a Roman town called Colonia Ulpia Traiana. At today’s Xanten Archaeological Park, Germany’s biggest open air museum, parts of the city have been reconstructed – including the city wall, harbour temple and amphitheatre. A Roman museum now stands on the foundations of the Basilica Thermarum, which used to be the entrance hall of a Roman public bath..
The offerings and establishments below are certified by “Reisen für Alle” (Travel for All) and ensure a relaxing holiday in the Lower Rhine region.