Bremen's full-service tourist office has friendly staff who can help you navigate through the multitude of excellent English-language maps, pamphlets and programmes. A wide range of tours are available and there's f…
Friendly, helpful staff at this office located in the train station will load you up with brochures and maps and can assist with hotel bookings. There's also a touchscreen guide with information in English available…
One of Germany's most multilingual tourist offices provides a plethora of pro-Hanover materials and is especially useful during trade fairs, when the staff can book a secret treasure trove of private rooms.
Sells the new Museum Card (adult/child €19/free) providing admission to Worpswede's four main museums, as well as a town brochure with map (€1). Can also assist with accommodation bookings.
Located at the Fischkai, near the FMS Gera ship. Also rents bicycles (till 5pm on day of rental, €7.50 to €10) as well as e-bikes (per day €25) and Segways (per hour €25).
Reach the city's main tourist office by crossing the bridge behind the Auswandererhaus – it’s located inside the building ahead. The office also rents out bikes (€8 per day).
Emden's main tourist office, with an efficient hotel and private-room booking service (also available on its website), is located inside the Bahnhof (train station).
If you get here and decide you just can't leave, head upstairs to the 1st floor of the island’s ‘train station’ where these friendly folk will help you find a bed.
Friendly staff are found here, in the Rathaus. They can help with accommodation booking. Someone also meets all ferry arrivals, regardless of time.
There's a wealth of English-language information on offer here, as well as a touchscreen information kiosk outside that's available at all hours.