Here you will find practical tips and further information for your stay.
is a city in East Frisia known for its historic buildings and attractions. One of the most famous attractions is the Kunsthalle Emden
, which displays paintings from the New Objectivity and German Expressionism movements. Visitors can admire works by artists such as Otto Dix, Max Beckmann, and Emil Nolde. Another highlight is the East Frisian State Museum in the Emder Rathaus, which features a large collection of armor and weapons that provide insight into the region's history. The 16th-century armor is particularly impressive.
For fans of comedian Otto Waalkes, the Otto-Huus is a must-visit. Here, visitors can follow the career of the famous Emder comedian and enjoy his funny sketches. Three museum ships are moored in Ratsdelft, including the Amrumbank lighthouse ship and the Georg Breusing lifeboat. Here, visitors can experience what life is like on a ship and be transported back in time.
The Johannes a Lasco Library is a public library with a focus on Reformed Protestantism. Regular concerts and events take place here that may be of interest to visitors. The Hafentor was built in 1635 and is another historic building in Emden
that should not be missed. It used to serve as the entrance gate to the city and is now a popular photo opportunity.
also has many parks and green spaces, including Burgplatz and Stephansplatz. Here, visitors can relax and enjoy nature. For garden lovers, there are seven allotment garden complexes that are well-maintained and offer a beautiful atmosphere.
Concerts and events take place in various locations such as the Nordseehalle, Kulturzentrum Alte Post, and Johannes á Lasco Library. Annual events include Matjesfest, Delftfest, and Emder Filmfest where visitors can experience the culture of the region up close. Emden
also has a high density of pubs and a multiplex cinema for evening entertainment.
For visitors who want to stay longer, Hotel am Delft
offers comfortable accommodation with a fitness center, private parking, a shared lounge, and a terrace. Each accommodation in the 4-star hotel
offers city views, and guests can have a pleasant time in this hotel
also has many culinary specialties to discover. Fish, especially matjes and shrimp, are very popular here. In winter, kale is often eaten, traditionally served with Pinkel (a type of sausage).
is a city of economic importance that attracts many students and employees. Since 2012, there has been a Low German literature competition held every two years. The inhabitants are called Emder or Emdener
offers many interesting attractions for visitors of all ages. Whether you are an art lover or history enthusiast, there is something for everyone here!
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