ACCESSIBILITY

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Accessibility FAQ's

Accessibility is at the forefront of our minds, and we strive to make Mariager and our facilities as accessible as possible. We do however have some infrastructure challenges that Mariager poses with its cobbled stones and uneven terrain. All modern conveniences will be available.

If you have any questions that have not been covered in our FAQ’s, please do not hesitate to contact us for further help. Feedback on access issues is welcomed by email.

Send questions to info@pfoe.org

Free of charge – a perfect way to enjoy the events, performances, streetfood stands and bars around the site – a great way if you want to wander around and soak up the general festival atmosphere.

Please refer to Political Festival of Europe Site Map for Accessibility Drop Off and Collection Points

Train: The train stations nearest Mariager are in Hobro and Randers, from here shuttle – and city busses will be available for further transport to the festival site.

In order to purchase train tickets: https://www.dsb.dk/

Busses:Explore public transportation, please visit: https://rejseplanen.dk/webapp/

Airports: Aalborg Airport, Billund Airport, Aarhus Airport and Copenhagen Airport are available for international flights.

Aalborg Airport: https://www.aal.dk/

Billund Airport: https://www.bll.dk/en/

Aarhus Airport: https://www.aar.dk/

Copenhagen Airport: https://www.cph.dk/

Please consult the accommodation section for accommodation.

Further description will follow.

There will be accessible, unisex toilets available within the festival grounds.

Assistance dogs are welcome – we will provide the water.

We welcome Guide Dogs and Assistance Dogs to Political Festival of Europe.

Strobe Lighting may be used during some performances as a visual effect and extra care needs to be taken as well as preventative measures.

The picturesque setting of Mariager frames the festival site. The tiled rooves with the fjord as a background adds to the idyllic atmosphere. Not all the streets are cobbled, making most of the festival sites available. Ramps are placed where necessary.