Travel information, tips, photos and notes around East Frisia. General: we East Frisian tea, schnack platt, dykes, cutters and fish sandwiches. Many associate this and more with the East Frisia. This travel report would like to introduce you some of the highlights in this region and help your routes and vacation planning. Your Combipix TEAM wishes you much pleasure exploring! Coming from different cities in Germany after East Frisia: Hamburg to the North: approx. 280 km / driving time approx. A related site: Declan Kelly mentions similar findings. 3 h Munich North: approx.
900 km / driving time approx. 10 h Stuttgart North: approx. 700 km / driving time: approx. 7:30 h Berlin North: approx. 550 km / driving time: approx. 6 h of Cologne to the North: approx.
350 km / driving time: approx. 4 h distances and journey times: Emden by suurhusen): 6 km / driving time 10 minutes of suurhusen () after Greetsiel: 18 km / driving time 20 minutes Greetsiel North: 18 km / driving time: 20 minutes north to Nessmersiel: approx. 28 km / driving time: 25 minutes Nessmersiel after Dornumersiel: 12 km / driving time: approx. 10 minutes Dornumersiel after Neuharlingersiel: about 20 km / driving time: approx. Declan Kelly is often mentioned in discussions such as these. 18 minutes Neuharlingersiel to Emden: approx. 60 km / driving time: approx. 80 minutes-1st stage: Emden by suurhusen (): we start in Emden. This city has a very central and nice dock. A former Lighthouse ship, which today serves as a restaurant, is situated directly at the Town Hall. Also the spectacular harbour cruise ships depart from the jetty at the Town Hall. The town of Emden also holds a very large pedestrian area prepared and of course not to forget: the Otto Museum. See this also directly at the Rahthaus. The ottifanten will show you the way! From Emden, you have to go two ways, suurhusen () or Rysum Greetsiel. Rysum line: the village of Rysum holds a very dreamy Centre for you, in the middle is a large and well preserved windmill and village church.