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Lauschtour Archäologiepark Bliesbruck-Reinheim

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Lauschtouren

Der Bliesgau für die Ohren!

Mit unseren Audioguides entdecken Sie den Bliesgau auf völlig neue Art - interessant, kurzweilig, überraschend!

Ob an archäologischen Orten, in historischen Städten oder mitten in der Natur: Insgesamt acht Lauschtouren zeigen Ihnen die großen und kleinen Besonderheiten am Wegesrand. Immer mit dabei sind die Kenner des Bliesgaus, die mit ihrem spannenden Hintergrundwissen und ihren Anekdoten für ein ganz persönliches Hör-Erlebnis sorgen.

Einfach die kostenlose Lauschtour-App laden und los geht die Entdeckertour - viel Spaß!

Open
moderate
Distance 3.5 km
0:52 h
16 m
17 m
211 m
204 m

SO EINFACH FUNKTIONIERT´S!

1. Lauschtour-App laden (kostenlos im App Store oder in Google Play)

2. Tour auswählen und starten

3. Los geht´s

IM EIGENEN TEMPO:

Bei aktiviertem GPS werden die Audios an den Lauschpunkten automatisch gestartet.

Die Tour kann jederzeit unterbrochen und wieder gestartet werden.

OFFLINE GESPEICHERT:

Beim Tour-Start werden alle Inhalte auf Ihrem Smartphone gespeichert, sodass

unterwegs kein Internetempfang mehr nötig ist. Tipp: Tour bereits zu Hause im

WLAN herunterladen.

PERFEKTER LAUSCHGENUSS:

mit Kopfhörer oder Smartphone- Lautsprecher: Gerade in Städten sind Kopfhörer wegen der Umgebungsgeräusche empfehlenswert.

AUCH IN GEBÄRDENSPRACHE:

Gemeinsam mit dem saarländischen Netzwerk Hören wurden alle Touren auch in Gebärdensprache produziert. Einfach die Tour auswählen, das Gebärdensprachen-Symbol antippen und die Tour installieren! Mit GPS lösen die Gebärdenvideos unterwegs automatisch aus. Das Smartphone vibriert, wenn Sie an einer Station angekommen sind.

Das Vorhaben „Hörtouren im Biosphärenreservat Bliesgau“ wird im Rahmen des Förderprogramms LEADER mit 177.312,86 Euro, davon 75% Mittel der Europäischen Union aus dem Europäischen Landwirtschaftsfonds für die Entwicklung des ländlichen Raumes (ELER) und 25% Mittel des saarländischen Ministeriums für Umwelt und Verbraucherschutz, unterstützt.

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Frank Polotzek 
Update: February 01, 2023
Difficulty
moderate
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Highest point
211 m
Lowest point
204 m
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Rest stops

Taverne Reinheim

Tips and hints

Lauschtour Audioguide & Apps

Saarpfalz-Touristik

Start

Infozentrum des Europäischen Kulturparks Bliesbruck-Reinheim, (207 m)
Coordinates:
DD
49.135193, 7.183630
DMS
49°08'06.7"N 7°11'01.1"E
UTM
32U 367509 5444073
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Destination

Infozentrum des Europäischen Kulturparks Bliesbruck-Reinheim,

Turn-by-turn directions

Auf den Spuren der Kelten und Römer: Erfahren Sie mehr über spektakuläre Funde wie das keltische Fürstinnengrab, die antike Luxusvilla oder die Shoppingmeile der Römer, das Handwerkerviertel. Zum Abschluss geht´s ins Grüne: In der Bliesaue haben wir nämlich einen Termin mit Storch und Co..

 

Infos zur Strecke

Tourdauer: ca. 1,5 h

Streckenlänge: ca. 3,5 km

Start-/Endpunkt: Infozentrum des Europäischen Kulturparks Bliesbruck-Reinheim,

Robert-Schuman-Str. 2, 66453 Gersheim-Reinheim

Wegbeschaffenheit: Kies und Asphalt, ohne deutliche Steigung

Lauschpunkte

1. Museum Maison Jean Schaub

2. Fundort des keltischen Fürstinnengrabes

3. Topografie & Fürstinnengrab

4. Römische Villa - Wohntrakt

5. Römische Villa - Ziergärten

6. Römische Villa - Wirtschaftsteil

7. Römische Villa - Bautricks der Römer

8. Blick auf den Hommerich

9. Ausstellungszentrum

10. Vicus - römische Kleinstadt

11. Vicus - Handwerkerviertel

12. Vicus - Marktplatz & Therme

13. Biosphären-Blick

Note


all notes on protected areas

Coordinates

DD
49.135193, 7.183630
DMS
49°08'06.7"N 7°11'01.1"E
UTM
32U 367509 5444073
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Accessibility

Badge Accessibility-certified
Accessibility-certified

  • Parking for people with disabilities
  • Step-free access to the building/object/terrain (via elevator/ramp if necessary)
  • 80 cm minimum width of all passageways/doors
  • 70 cm minimum width of all passageways/doors
  • Toilets for people with disabilities
  • Lateral accessible toilet for a wheelchair
  • Hinged grab rail in the toilet at least on the accessible side

All areas relevant for testing meet the quality criteria of the label "Accessibility certified - partially accessible for people with walking disabilities".

Some information on accessibility are listed below. For detailed information please see the evaluation report.

  • There are two marked parking spaces for people with disabilities at the museum "Maison Jean Schaub".
  • Nearby is also the bus stop "Reinheim Kulturpark".
  • The listening tour starts directly at the parking lot and ends there as well. The circular route is 3.5 km long.
  • The path is almost step-free. There is a 15 cm high step between part 2 and 3 of the path. This can be avoided via a 500 m detour, which is not signposted and has not been evaluated. 
  • The path is mostly at least 100 cm wide, except in the 4th part of the path (80 cm).
  • The first and last sections are paved and easy to walk and drive on. The largest part of the path has a water-bound surface, which is sometimes more, sometimes less passable and drivable. In between there are occasional gravel, meadow and wooden plank paths.
  • There are several inclines and declines with up to 9% slope and up to 30 m length. The steepest section has 17% slope over a length of 3 m. In some places there are cross slopes up to 5%.
  • There are seating areas available.
  • The trail is clearly, uniformly and continuously signposted.
  • The signs and information boards along the trail are mostly easy to read in the German part of the park, even when sitting down. In the French part of the park, the signs are sometimes far away from the path and are not or only with difficulty legible.
  • The "Lauschtour" app with audio guide function provides information on archaeological, geological and historical topics at 13 listening stations. The app should be downloaded and installed before the tour begins. This enables offline operation.
  • There are several toilets in the Bliesbruck-Reinheim Archaeological Park. The toilets in the museum Maison Jean Schaub and in the tavern building have been tested according to "Travel for All".
  • Aids offered: Wheelchair (can be borrowed at the ticket office of the Museum Jean Schaub).
Audit Report: PDF report on accessibility for Walking disability and wheelchair users
  • Special offers for people with hearing impairment
  • Special offers for deaf people

All areas relevant for testing meet the quality criteria of the label "Accessibility certified - accessible for people with hearing impairment and deaf people".

Some information on accessibility are listed below. For detailed information please see the evaluation report.

  • The listening tour starts directly at the parking lot at the museum "Maison Jean Schaub" and ends there as well. The circular route is 3.5 km long.
  • The path is clearly, uniformly and continuously signposted.
  • The information boards along the way provide written information.
  • The "Lauschtour" app with audio guide function is additionally backed up with videos in sign language. At 13 listening stations, the user receives information on archaeological, geological and historical topics. The app should be downloaded and installed before the tour begins, as well as the corresponding explanations in sign language. This makes offline operation possible.
Audit Report: PDF report on accessibility for Hearing impaired and deaf
  • Assistance dogs are welcome
  • Offers in pictorial language (guided tours, audio guides, etc.)

Some information on accessibility are listed below. For detailed information please see the evaluation report. 

  • The listening tour starts directly at the parking lot at the museum "Maison Jean Schaub" and ends there as well. The tour is 3.5 km long.
  • Assistance dogs may be brought along.
  • The path does not have a continuous visually contrasting or tactilely detectable walkway boundary.
  • The trail has clear, consistent, and continuous signage.
  • The signs and information panels along the trail are mostly legible in the German section of the park. In the French part of the park, some of the lettering is not high-contrast, and the signs are often far from the path and are not legible or are difficult to read.
  • Information is not available in Braille or prismatic writing.
  • The "Lauschtour" app with audio guide function provides information on archaeological, geological and historical topics at 13 listening stations. The app should be downloaded and installed before the tour begins. This enables offline operation.
Audit Report: PDF report on accessibility for Visually impaired and blind
  • Information displayed with pictograms or images

Some information on accessibility are listed below. For detailed information please see the evaluation report.

  • The listening tour starts directly at the parking lot at the museum "Maison Jean Schaub" and ends there as well. The circular route is 3.5 km long.
  • The path is clearly, uniformly and continuously signposted.
  • Information for orientation is available pictorially (pictograms, photo-realistic representation).
  • The "Lauschtour" app with audio guide function provides information on archaeological, geological and historical topics at 13 listening stations. The app should be downloaded and installed before the tour begins. This enables offline operation.
  • The 13 listening points are marked with signs along the way. In addition, when the Lauschtour tour app is turned on, the smartphone vibrates when approaching these listening points.
  • There is no information in Easy Language.
Audit Report: PDF report on accessibility for Cognitive disability
This audit report was prepared by: Reisen für Alle
Certification period: July 01, 2022 - June 30, 2025

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Difficulty
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Distance
3.5 km
Duration
0:52 h
Ascent
16 m
Descent
17 m
Highest point
211 m
Lowest point
204 m
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