The 54 kilometre long theme cycle path leads from the beautiful University and Hanseatic City of Greifswald along the coast to the small ducal town of Wolgast.
From the ruins of Eldena Abbey to the Rungehaus Wolgast - the "Route of North German Romanticism" combines the art and literature of Romanticism with today's experience of nature along the coast of the Bay of Greifswald. The Romantics Caspar David Friedrich, Friedrich August von Klinkowström, Karl Gottlieb Lappe and Philipp Otto Runge, who come from Vorpommern, are at the centre of the themed cycle path, which runs up important stations in the lives and motives of these protagonists. These include original locations such as the palace complex in Ludwigsburg, the parsonage in the town Wusterhusen or the harbours in of the towns Vierow and Wolgast.
In addition, ten designated stations along the popular Baltic Sea Coast Cycle Route provide exciting background information and recommendations for further nature and cultural highlights along the route. The continuous red-yellow signpost "Route of Northern German Romanticism" leads along the entire 54-kilometre route.
For more variety on the route, there is an alternative route along the coast from Vierow to the seaside resort of Lubmin.