Sights are very much limited by a nice Imbiss-Bude near the Schlecker market, and the (unused) train station building.
East: Oldenzaal (Netherlands), Gronau, West: Bad Bentheim
In the city, there's only one main street (L39 - Hengeloer Straße), going to the Dutch border and towards the city of Bad Bentheim. If you're lost here, just walk to the end of town and stand next to the roads. Maybe a sign saying NL would help, because many Dutch people are living or working in this area.
- Platschi hitchhiked here on a Sunday evening (8 June 2008), just before the first EURO 2008 match of Germany. No way to get picked up, waited for more than half an hour. A few German cars full with people and some Dutch cars not stopping. Very few traffic in this little village. A sign NL or Gronau would help a lot. Don't try it on sundays here. Nevertheless he made it on time to Enschede to watch the match, just 5min before kick-off.