Visitors to the visitor’s centre in the MEYER WERFT will discover a unique world of experience. With close to 3500 m2 spread over nine exhibition areas, modern shipbuilding and cruising is presented in an innovative production and display.
If you want to see a tower than leans more than the Tower of Pisa, then head to Suurhusen. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, this tiny place is home to the most inclined tower in the world.
Since 2010, our passenger ship “The Dollard” has been a core attraction on our cycling route that crosses the border between Germany and the Netherlands: this is the ferry connection over the Dollart bay.
This city was founded around the year 800 as a Frisian trading centre and to this day is shaped by its sea port. In the 16th century, Emden, along with Geneva and Wittenberg were among the most important sites of the reformation.
Fort Bourtange is situated on the border between Germany and the Netherlands, in the beautiful Westerwolde region. The Fort is an unparalleled historic defence construction that is unique in every respect: the mighty, star-topped walls conceal a romantic village with a market square featuring ancient linden trees.
Visitors to Greetsiel will be captivated by the enchanting glimpse into a dollhouse-like village boasting historic gabled houses from the 17th century, a 600-year-old fishing port with an impressive fleet of prawn-fishing cutters, the famed Twin Mills of Greetsiel and picturesque alleys.