Optilingua Linguistic and Translation Agencies

Our translation agency has more than 3,500 experts for specialist translations in numerous fields including technology, medicine, and law. With translators in more than 35 specialised sectors and translations into more than 100 languages, our translation agency is active all over Europe. Our range of services include express translations, website translations, certified translations, proofreading, audio transcription, and telephone interpreting amongst others. Our global translator network provides top-quality service in over 80 branches.

Our branches in Germany

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+49 681 996 38 25
From the city behind the wall to the capital Berlin is the biggest city state of the Federal Republic of Germany and is also the capital – and with 3.4 million citizens it is also the city with the highest population in the nation. The most famous...
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+49 681 996 38 25
The Optilingua Group also has a linguistic and translation agency in Bielefeld in the region of Eastern Westphalia-Lippe. As an independent, friendly city, Bielefeld lies on the north end of the Teutoburg Forest in the Detmold district and, with...
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+49 681 996 38 25
Grimm brothers’ most famous musicians As an Episcopal city, Bremen (Germany) is first mentioned in the 8th century. Today, the capital of the state, the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen, is home to nearly half a million people. The stone-built Bremer...
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+49 681 996 38 25
Diocesan town and carnival hotspot The dome city of Cologne (Germany) is not only the biggest city in North Rhine Westphalia, but also one of the biggest cities in the whole of Germany with nearly 500,000 inhabitants. It looks back on a history...
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+49 681 996 38 25
From the free and Hanseatic city to and an industrial metropolis Dortmund (Germany), the biggest city in the Ruhr region, is the economic and trade powerhouse of Westphalia. Once an important free and Hanseatic city, it is today developing from an...
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Our Translation Office in Dresden (Germany), the capital of Saxony, offers a number of services: certified translations, technical translation and much more. Dresden is known for its cultural and historical significance. Above all, the baroque...
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The state capital as the attraction for tourists, businessmen and connoisseurs Düsseldorf, the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany), is one of the most important economic, traffic and cultural centres of Germany at an international level....
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Our linguistic agency in Erfurt (Germany), the capital of Thuringia, offers a number of services: certified translations, urgent translations and much more. Erfurt is known for being the place where Martin Luther, the influential reformer, studied...
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Structural change between iron and energy Essen, in the government district of Düsseldorf, has 580,000 inhabitants and is thus one of Germany’s biggest cities. It is home to world-famous monuments of industrial culture. The city underwent a...
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Banking town, traffic hub and Alpha City Hesse’s Frankfurt am Main (Germany) is home to 667,000 inhabitants, from 180 different nations, who all live together in harmony. The city (also ironically referred to as Mainhattan) is an important finance...
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City with charm in Baden Freiburg (Germany) is the fourth largest city in Baden Wuerttemberg with around 220,000 inhabitants and is Germany’s most southern metropolis. Those interested in culture and history are delighted by Freiburg’s historic old...
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+49 681 996 38 25
Port and Hanseatic city Hamburg, Germany’s second largest city with some 1.8 million inhabitants, stands for the long maritime tradition of the trading houses, deep-sea fishing and shipping companies. The most striking sight is probably...
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The green metropolis Hanover (Germany), which lies on the river Leine, has approx. 520,000 inhabitants and is the state capital of Lower Saxony.  It has become a globally important trade city thanks to its beneficial location on the crossroads of...
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The maritime sailing paradise in the Baltic Sea Kiel (Germany) is the state capital of Schleswig-Holstein and, with some 237,000 inhabitants, is also the largest city of the most northern federal state. This port city is characterised by the...
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+49 681 996 38 25
Our Translation Agency in Leipzig (Germany), one of the greatest centres for culture and economics in the east of Germany, offers a number of services: certified translations, legal translations and much more. Leipzig is a university town with a...
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+49 681 996 38 25
Media city with the carnival licence The capital of the State Rhineland Palatinate is also the largest city of the Federal State. The city is considered to be the bastion of the Carnival on the Rhine and lies opposite the confluence of the rivers...
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Mannheim, the city of squares The University City Mannheim (Germany), with about 310,000 inhabitants, is the second largest city of the State of Baden Wuerttemberg. People from 161 nations live in the multicultural metropolitan region of the Rhine-...
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City of joy of life, tradition and dynamics Munich (München), the former residence city in the kingdom of Bavaria and today’s state capital of the Free State of Bavaria, is Germany’s biggest city with some 1.31 million inhabitants. Munich and its...
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The Optilingua Group also has a presence in the Münsterland region with its linguistic agency in Münster, Germany. As an independent city, Münster is also the seat of the governmental district of the same name in the German state of North Rhine-...
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+49 681 996 38 25
Historical atmosphere With more than 500,000 inhabitants, Nuremberg (Nürnberg) is the second city of the Federal State of Bavaria and the business, services and cultural centre in the northern part of the state. In addition to the legacy of the...
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+49 681 996 38 25
One of our translation agencies is located in the Baltic Sea and overseas harbour city of Rostock, Germany. This industrial and trade city is situated in the middle of northern Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and stretches along both sides of the Warnow....
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+49 681 996 38 25
Capital of the border capital Saarbrücken, the head office of Alphatrad Germany, can be found in the capital of Saarland. In the border triangle of the ‘Saar-Lor-Lux’ region (consisting of Lorraine, Luxembourg, Rhineland Palatine and Saarland),...
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City of tinkerers Stuttgart, the state capital of Baden-Württemberg (Germany) – due to its location in the Neckar valley also affectionately called the ‘cauldron’ – is also the biggest city in this region with some 600,000 inhabitants. Apart from...
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+49 681 996 38 25
Our linguistic and translation agency in Augsburg provides the following services: Translations: Technical translations (engineering, electronics, energy, patents, material safety data sheets MSDS, ...) Financial translations (annual reports, ...
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+49 681 996 38 25
Our linguistic and translation agency in Ulm provides the following services: Translations: Technical translations (engineering, electronics, energy, patents, material safety data sheets MSDS, ...) Financial translations (annual reports, risk...
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+49 681 996 38 25
Our linguistic and translation agency in Karlsruhe provides the following services: Translations: Technical translations (engineering, electronics, energy, patents, material safety data sheets MSDS, ...) Financial translations (annual reports, ...
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+49 681 996 38 25
Our linguistic and translation agency in Regensburg provides the following services: Translations: Technical translations (engineering, electronics, energy, patents, material safety data sheets MSDS, ...) Financial translations (annual reports, ...