Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes around Oldenburg1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Oldenburg with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.
Railway and landscape maps of Oldenburg areaThis Oldenburg map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
City tours, excursions and tickets in Oldenburg and surroundings
Germany - moving around the countryIn Berlin, there is the small airfield, Tegel, which serves a number of famous international companies. The international airport Cologne Bonn operates around the clock that allows it to welcome more passengers than others. You can get to the city by taxi, by personal transport or by using public transport services. Schönefeld Airport is located not far from the town of the same name. It still has the status of international, although it works mainly with budget airlines and charter flights. On the vast territory of the airport, the most comfortable conditions for tourists are created. There is a pharmacy, a baby care room, several cafes and restaurants, as well as a variety of shops and souvenir stalls. … Open
Overview of festivals and celebrations in GermanyThe most famous holiday in Germany is Oktoberfest held in Bavaria in autumn. Oktoberfest is the largest and oldest beer festival in the world. It is organized by the Munich administration and traditionally takes place in Munich. Only local breweries are allowed to participate. They brew special sorts with 5-7% ABV. The first festival was held in honor of the silver wedding of the king and queen. It took place in the meadows near the center of Munich in 1810. The festival lasts about two weeks, until the first Sunday in October. Oktoberfest begins with a solemn festive procession of the owners of the tents of the Munich breweries, after which the first crane is set in the beer barrel. … Open
Photogallery of Oldenburg sights
Our guide to Oldenburg
Travel guide to Oldenburg
Walking along the historic streets of the city, you can see a majestic red-brick building - the luxurious Elisabeth-Anna-Palais. Its construction took only two years - the building was completed in 1896. This beautiful building is the former residence of a ducal family; today it is particularly attractive for its original appearance that hasn't been changed for the last hundred years. Fans of fascinating tours … Open
Oldenburg for children - what to visit
The city has several good museums that kids will love. These are the Computer-Museum telling about the history of computers, the Kreismuseum Syke that keeps a lot of antiques and handmade things, as well as hosts children's events quite often. It is worth bringing the kids to Gelateria Centrale San Marco (where they will be happy to taste the best ice cream in town), Appeltje Eetcafe & Patisserie (where one should … Open
Shopping, streets and outlets
One of the city's best markets highly recommended for gourmets is open in Pferde Markt Square. On its counters, you can always find seasonal vegetables and fruits, farm sausages and cheeses, as well as other products popular in the region. Fresh pastries are also sold at the market, therefore, it enjoys well-deserved popularity among budget tourists. Those for whom cooking is one of the favorite hobbies will be … Open
Advices for travellers
11. A Christmas fair, which is annually organized in the city's main square, is one of the largest in the region. It is worth visiting it in search of traditional souvenirs, as well as rare local delicacies. 12. The city's most popular hotels are located in the central city streets. They offer quite affordable rates compared to many other major cities in the region. 13. The railway station building houses … Open
Traditions and mentality of Oldenburg
The townspeople like and know how to have a good time - various hobby clubs have remained relevant in the city for many years. Everyone can become a member of one of the local sports clubs or join fishing, hunting, cooking enthusiasts. Even though lots of entertainment centers have opened in Oldenburg in recent years, nature & camping trips still remain a favorite recreational option for locals. They also like … Open
Cuisine and top restaurants
Oldenburg is dominated by traditional Saxon cuisine, many of whose recipes have remained unchanged for hundreds of years. Regional gastronomy has many interesting features. The townspeople are big fans of coffee and chocolate. They prefer drinking coffee hot and strong, without any additives, and fresh pastries are considered the best complement to a cup of coffee. There is an interesting story about coffee. Many … Open