Medieval Erfurt Sep30


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Medieval Erfurt

Cobblestone streets, narrow alleys, and stairs can be serious obstacles for travelers with disabilities – but Erfurt, one of Germany’s largest medieval cities, is trying to improve accessibility and make its attractions available to all visitors. For travelers to Erfurt, a visit to the 6,000-square meter Egapark and to the Old Synagogue, central Europe’s oldest surviving synagogue, are not to be missed. Both sites are also largely barrier-free.