The Krämerbrücke is a medieval arch bridge in the city of Erfurt, in central Germany's Thuringia, lined with half-timbered shops and houses on both sides of a cobblestone street. It is one of the few remaining bridges in the world that has inhabited buildings. Public parking and toilet facilities are located in the Rathaus car park. Ten percent ascent from Benediktsplatz for about 25 meters. From Wenigemarkt, up to 25 meters by 8 percent. Assistance is necessary for wheelchairs driven by hand — routes over pavilions. There's no car on the bridge — 1 or 2 steps to shops, narrow historical doors and little room for maneuver. The Cafe zum Rotem Tower and the Aegidien Church have level access. Steps to the viewing tower of the church. After the archway of the Aegidien church, left to the ford in the Gera, a long slope of 7 percent for 20 meters (cobbles) or a barrier-free approach via Kreuzgasse / Kreuzsand to the crossing (via ramp). To the other bank of the Gera via the bike ramp (30 meters long with a common platform, 1.80 meters wide, 6 percent cobbles). The Merchants ' Platform is an element in the iGuide (with induction loops) and the video guide in German sign language. Braille information in the city guide "Erfurt."
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