Deutschland Greeters welcome you

Deutschland Greeters are volunteers who are passionate about sharing their love for their city with visitors from around the world. A Greeter will welcome you and take you on a 2-4 hours walk in the city free-of-charge, showing you places, neighborhoods, and off-the-beaten-track spots. You will see the city through the eyes of a local while hearing personal stories, anecdotes, cultural aspects, and experience the city in its authenticity. Read more …

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Berlin

Berlin

Wall, War, Techno, Hipsters, Culture – „Berlin“ stands for a multitude of images.
But what is the real Berlin? How do the Berliners see their city? What makes it „their“ Berlin?
Berlin Greeters offer you an original experience money cannot buy – that is why it is free! We show you our neighbourhoods, our favourite places, cafés, corners. We tell you about our lives in busy Berlin, about the pros and cons of living in one of Europe’s most popular metropolies. We are volunteers and greet in our free time.
We do not work for city administration or any company – every greet you get is an independent citizen’s point of view.
We cannot wait to walk you through the city we love. So do not miss a great opportunity and apply for a meeting with a Berlin Greeter!

Bonn

Bonn

Whether you are interested in visiting Bonn because it is the birthplace of Beethoven or the birthplace ‎of Haribo Gummi Bears, you will be surprised by what this small city has to offer: 2000 years of ‎history, vibrant music festivals, neighborhoods full of 1800s architecture, beautiful parks and the Rhine ‎river. But there’s so much more beyond what you read in travel guides; come and spend some time ‎with a Bonn Greeter: enjoy the walk, the cultural exchange, the anecdotes, and the friendship.‎

Bremen

Bremen

Welcome to Bremen-Nord!
Would you like to see the northern part of Bremen? With its quarters Blumental, Vegesack and Burglesum through the eyes of a local?
Do you want to hear exciting stories you would never find in a normal travel guide? Do you want to know how Bremen works and how it feels to live in Bremen-Nord?
Just browse through our website and learn more about us and our Bremen Greeters project.
What does a Greet look like? Who are the Greeters you might meet? And last but not least: what doother people think about these special Bremen ambassadors?
Have a look at our website meet the Greeters as soon as possible.
We are looking forward to meeting you in Bremen-Nord!

Darmstadt

Darmstadt

Explore Darmstadt through the eyes of Darmstadt Greeters! See our city of science, with international ‎institutions like “ ESOC „, significant schools and universities. It is also the city of Arts, with the Art ‎Nouveau district Mathildenhöhe, as well as the city of music. Darmstadt prides itself to our proximity to ‎Messel (WeltNATURerbe), Odenwald and the Bergstaße, with its tremendous hiking opportunities ‎nearby. We look forward to hearing from you.‎

Duesseldorf

Duesseldorf

Wenn man an Düsseldorf denkt, fällt einem vielleicht erst die Kö als feine und teure Einkaufsmeile, oder die Altstadt, die längste Theke der Welt, ein. Doch abseits dieser Sehenswürdigkeiten bietet Düsseldorf mit seinen 50 Stadtteilen weitaus mehr.
Wunderschöne Straßen mit alten Jugendstilhäusern, kleine Viertel, ruhige Straßen mit inhabergeführten Geschäften, nette Cafés und Restaurants laden zum Bummeln und Verweilen ein. Und wer es gern grün mag, findet in den vielen Parks und natürlich entlang des Rheins und der Düssel Gelegenheit zum Entspannen.
Historisches und Modernes liegen hier oft direkt nebeneinander. Internationales Flair verbindet sich mit dem Ur-Düsseldorfer rheinischen Frohsinn und macht das Leben in dieser Stadt liebenswert.
Wir möchten Dir gern auf einem Spaziergang einen Geschmack von alldem geben und freuen uns über Deine Greet-Anfrage.

Freiburg

Freiburg

If you not have been to Freiburg you missed something. Here, in the very South-West of Germany, ‎influences of many eras, peoples and regions mix. The unhurried way of living in Baden and the ‎French savoir-vivre are building a likable connection. Architecturally, culturally and historically, ‎Freiburg has much to offer. Enjoyment and ecology have priority here. Add to this the attractive ‎location in the Upper Rhine Valley on the edge of the Black Forest. And even the climate is very ‎comfortable.‎

Fulda

Fulda

Baroque town Fulda is full of hospitable people and rich of points of interest. Located in the heart of Germany it is a popular destination. During your Greet you will face numerous sights: the imposing Cathedral, pictorial Old Town and the Residence. Even off the beaten tracks you will find interesting spots. Frame houses, hidden gems, flourishing gardens and parks, handicraft business, courtyards, restaurants und cafés will invite you to stay.

Görlitz

Görlitz

Görlitz has a rich history and a fascinating, beautiful city ambiance. An ensemble of the Gothic, ‎Renaissance, Baroque and the early days with more than 3500 monuments – a density of seeking ‎well-preserved monuments and character of streets and squares of different eras. The city, divided ‎‎1945 at the end of WWII, presents itself as an example of the unification of Europe, living cultural ‎unity and diversity at the same time. See you soon in Germany´s far east in Görlitz! ‎

Hamburg

Hamburg

Hamburg hat alles, was das Leben angenehm macht. Hamburg ist grün, sogar in der Innenstadt rund um die Alster, von Vielen unser “Wohnzimmer” genannt. Auf Wochenmärkten, in kleinen Geschäften und großen Warenhäusern ist alles zu finden. Die Kulturszene reicht von der Elbphilharmonie bis zu kleinen Live-Clubs im Schanzenviertel, St.Pauli und Eimsbüttel. Das weltbekannte Rotlichtviertel an der Reeperbahn lockt Nachtschwärmer an. Und einer der größten Häfen Europas verbindet uns über die Elbe mit der Welt.

Kassel

Kassel

Meet Kassel with friends! Kassel is the home of the UNESCO World Heritage mountain ‎park with unique water features and its landmark Hercules, of the world art exhibition ‎Documenta, the palace with its collection of Old Masters, and many other attractions. ‎Follow in the footsteps of the Brothers Grimm, visit some of the 25 fascinating ‎museums, or relax in the many parks with their beautiful flower gardens. You find all ‎this in the heart of Germany, easily reached from all directions.‎

Mainz

Mainz

Mainz, that is the city of Gutenberg, historical Roman city and young university town, Great Wine Capital together with the region Rheinhessen, cathedral city, hotspot of carnival and creative start-up city. Mainz is diverse, just like our greets. We love our city and hope, you will go home as a Mainz enthusiast!

Mannheim

Mannheim

Have you ever wanted to see a European city that is arranged in squares? Stroll through the urban ‎and multicultural Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region in the middle of the Squares with lots of cafés and ‎restaurants. Explore the public and green spaces between the river Neckar and the river Rhine. And ‎find out more about our city of music, art and industrial history that lead to the invention of the bicycle, ‎the tractor and the automobile by Carl Benz.‎

Munich

Munich

Munich is the place to be!
Enjoy a cappuccino in the sun, watch the Eisbach surfers on a wild river wave or find the best beer in Munich.
As you stroll through the city with Munich Greeters, you will discover pretty houses and facades, small alleys andwonderful parks no big tourist group ever sees.
And you will hear fascinating stories about our history and our city life. To top it off, we can teach you some words of Bavarian, a difficult dialect that even people from Northern Germany do not understand. „I mog di“ for example,means „I love you.“

Stuttgart

Stuttgart

Stuttgart, Landeshauptstadt von Baden-Württemberg mit über 600 000 Einwohnern und einer hohen Lebensqualität.
Eine Stadt mit Anhöhen, Weinbergen, viel Wald und über 300 Stäffele – Heimat von Mercedes, Bosch und Porsche.
Weltbekannt für sein Ballett, seine Oper und sein Schauspiel. Hier steht der erste Fernsehturm der Welt und hier gibt es die zweitgrößten Mineralwasservorkommen Europas und…Jetzt kennenlernen mit den Stuttgart Greeters.

Wuppertal

Wuppertal

Mit der Stadt Wuppertal bringt man meistens die Schwebebahn in Verbindung, jedoch gibt es in der größten Stadt des Bergischen Landes noch einiges mehr zu sehen! Die „Großstadt im Grünen“ erstreckt sich entlang der Wupper und hat zahlreiche Aussichtspunkte zu bieten. Da ist es nicht verwunderlich, wenn man ab und an mal Treppen laufen muss, die übrigens alle einen eigenen Namen haben (z.B. Holsteiner Treppe). Mit einem Greeter lernst du ganz besondere Ecken der Stadt kennen wie z.B. das Kultur- und Kreativquartier Utopiastadt – Finde es bei deinem nächsten Greet heraus! Du erreichst uns unter www.wuppertal-greeter.de.

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