Accompanying Program






Suggestions in Braunschweig:

You can get an English map and further information in the tourist information office (Kleine Burg 16, 38100 Braunschweig). Use the following QR-Code to access to their website:







Exploring downtown Braunschweig :

The city offers many different touristic attractions and characteristic spots to visit.
For example: Historic churches and the dome.
The Schloss, originally a Castle/Palace, was converted to a shopping mall in the early 2000. It still exhibits the original quadriga on the top of the central tympanum. This can be visited while enjoying a beautiful panoramic view of the city.
Magni Viertel is the old city. Enjoy walking through cute little stores, cafes, restaurants, and characteristic neighborhoods.
Different thematic museums can be visited in Braunschweig. Especially the recently opened Herzog-Anton-Ulrich Museum is worth a visit. Keep in mind that most of the museums will not be open on Mondays. Use the following QR-Code to get more information on the different museums:
For a shopping tour, the Schloss (mall) and the downtown area offer a number of small and larger stores.





Suggestions in Wolfsburg (around 20 minutes by train)

The Autostadt by Volkswagen. A living car museum and related attractions will drive you through the history of the car industry in Germany. You can also book guided tours. Check the following QR-Code for further information:









The Phaeno – The world of Phenomena is not just a regular museum. You can experience and explore many different things. The building is also an example of exceptional modern architecture. Use the following QR-Code for more information:
In Wolfsburg you can also find the Designer Outlets (possibility of tax free shopping). The Designer Outlets, the Pheano, and the Autostadt are located right next to the Wolfsburg train station.








Suggestions in Goslar (around 50 minutes by train)

For a one-day trip, you can visit Goslar a small medieval historic town at the edge of the Harz mountains (UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage). You can enjoy the beautiful old town and its heritage buildings (Kaiserpfalz, town hall, churches, etc.) or visit the historic mine (on a guided tour you can actually go in the mine). Use the following QR-Code for further information on Goslar:









Suggestions in Wolfenbüttel (around 10 minute by train)

The Lessing City Wolfenbüttel is located just south of Braunschweig. Its castle, museums, and a cute downtown area are worth a visit. Please, use the follwoing QR-Code for more information:









For transportation information:

Getting around with public transportation: Braunschweig is served by buses and trams; please, download the app (Braunschweiger Verkehrs-GmbH) for more information:



Google Play

App Store












Tickets can be purchased in the bus/tram, at the train station or through the app.

Train information (Deutsche Bahn) and train schedule can be easily obtained with the DB Navigator app which can be downloaded through the following QR-Code:


Google Play

App Store













Tickets can be purchased at the train station (vending machine) and through the app. Keep in mind that you have to purchase the ticket before getting on a train! Some tickets (usually local train) need to be validated as well before catching your train.

Most of the time you can also use Google Maps for bus and train information but double check departure times.

Tip: iPhone/iPad users can scan the QR-Codes with their camera and do not need an extra app.

Restaurants for dinner in Braunschweig

Café Strupait (breakfast, lunch and dinner), Magnitorwall 8, 38100 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 23929494
Die Apotheke Café, Restaurant und Bar, Schuhstraße 4, 38100 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 61809230
Genuss-Tresor am Bankplatz (creative German and Mediterranean food and Bar), Bankplatz 8, 38100 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 48274903
Harrys Weinladen (wine and food), Langer Hof 8, 38100 Braunschweig La Cupola (Italian food), Pockelsstraße 11, 38106 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 16608
Liebeskuh (Burger and more), Lange Str. 61, 38100 Braunschweig, +49 531 48111560
MAREDO Steakhouse, Lange Str. 1, 38100 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 15959
OX U.S. Steakhouse, Güldenstraße 7, 38100 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 243900
Rheinische Republik (traditional German food), Neue Str. 10-12, 38100 Braunschweig, +49 531 44561 Saigon Today (Vietnamese food and good sushi), Neue Str. 7, 38100 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 61803440
Schadt’s Brauereigasthaus (traditional German food and homemade beer), Höhe 28, 38100 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 400349
Tandure (Turkish food), Frankfurter Str. 4, 38122 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 894558 Tiziano Schloss Lounge (Italian wine and food), Ritterbrunnen 1, 38100 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 6183635
Troja (Mediterranean, Turkish, Oriental), Bültenweg 6, 38106 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 332327 Vielharmonie (Pasta, Steak and Schnitzel, Bar), Bankplatz 7, 38100 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 41611
Zucker (German and Mediterranean food), Frankfurter Str. 2, 38122 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 281980

Cafes in Braunschweig

Café BRUNS (for breakfast and coffee and homemade cake), Südstraße 16, 38100 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 38722588
Café Tante Emmelie (small cafe for breakfast and coffee and homemade cake), Bäckerklint 1, 38100 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 61499634
Café und Konditorei Haertle (homemade cake, tarts, pies, also possible for lunch and breakfast), Theaterwall 1, 38100 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 40743
Die Apotheke Café, Restaurant und Bar, Schuhstraße 4, 38100 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 61809230
Kaffeezeremonie (excellent Ethiopian coffee), Am Magnitor 12, 38100 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 176 24676147
Makery – Café, Bar, Wohnzimmer (for breakfast and coffee and homemade cake), Kuhstraße 35, 38100 Braunschweig, Phone: +49 531 28799789