Hiking break at a bridge at the Schmalen Luzin
With the canoe on the river Elde
Birdwatching in the Feldberger Seenlandschaft Nature Park
Jasmund National Park
The pier in Ahlbeck on Usedom
Destinations in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Attractions in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Discover the region
No matter whether you want to explore the land between the Baltic Sea and Müritz, the Elbe and the Szczecin Lagoon on foot, by bike, from the water or on horseback - wandering through the idyllic landscape hold unforgettable experiences. And as soon as you enter the realm of nature, you leave everyday life far behind you. One-third of the country is under nature protection, more than in any other German federal state.
Wild beauty with plenty of charm
Active break, naturally relaxed
Sights as far as the eye can reach
Noble palaces and imposing churches, brilliant art and delicacies of the region - the picturesque land between the Baltic Sea and the lake district offers many occasions to take a break, to marvel and enjoy. Especially impressive are the gothic brick cathedrals. The Hanseatic cities of Stralsund and Wismar have been particularly well preserved and are, therefore, part of the UNESCO World Heritage. In the residence cities Schwerin, Güstrow, Ludwigslust’s and Neustrelitz's impressive castles illustrate the 800-year history of the Mecklenburg grand dukes. The spa architecture as well as hundreds of manor houses and parks set their very own accents - a paradise for culturally interested active people.
In addition to architectural features like the Schwerin Castle, other destinations should definitely be on your list. For example, the impressive chalk cliffs, the charming seaside spas or the Serrahn beech forests lure visitors out into nature. And the best thing is: Each of the destinations is located along a varied tour, which is therefore doubly worthwhile!
Good to know before starting your vacation:
One of the most modern road networks in Germany ensures a quick and comfortable journey. From Hamburg and Berlin, you can be in the middle of nature in one to two hours by car. The region is also easy to reach by train.
Whether it's hiking spring, classical music concert or pirate spectacles, herring week or stallion parade, sailing event or dragon festival, whether in a brick church, in a castle, on a lake or directly on the beach - the coastal country enchants the eyes and ears of its guests at any time of the year.