Places and regions along the Baltic coast offer exceptional sights for everyone. Whether you are looking
for sights of outstanding natural beauty, exciting museums, spectacular adventure parks for all the
family, piers or lighthouses this area is certain to deliver.
For more detailed information about guided tours, places to go and things to do, contact your landlord or the local tourist information centre of the area you are staying. Here is a small selection of must have seens on a tourist's agenda.
Discover the many sides of flora and fauna at the Baltic. There are still some original parts of coast
that were formed by wind and waves. Unique to the Baltic coast, especially in the east, are woods
running parallel to the Sea were you can find some rare and special plants and animals. Discover the
geological features of this area either on your own or guided by an expert.
In museums and aquariums you have the chance to get into close contact with sea life and animals living onshore.
Along the Baltic coast there is a variety of architectural highlights to discover. Among them visitors will find grand merchants' houses, painstakingly and lovingly restored castles and manor houses as well as plain fishing churches. Magnificent cathedrals and basilicas demonstrate the power the church once had. Take a stroll and explore old fishing villages with thatched houses and modern holiday resorts featuring impressive piers.
Visiting the Baltic you will find modern and historic technical inventions side by side. Discover a clock with the original clockwork dating back to 1472 or a submarine constructed in 2006.
The sea without ships is like the sun without the moon.
Find some old s ships converted into museums while others are still in use. Gigantic cruise ships sail across the Baltic Sea calling at a number of harbours on their way. The grand comfort and equipment of these liners offers a memorable holiday out on the sea.
Many famous people were born along the Baltic, lived or worked here. For example Heinrich Mann, Guenter Grass, Walter Kempowski, Otto Lilienthal and Hugo Eckener left uncounted evidence of their work.
(All statements without guarantee. We reserve the right to change.)
in German onlyBoltenhagen · Eckernförde · Fehmarn · Fischland-Darß-Zingst · Flensburg · Glücksburg · Graal-Müritz · Grömitz · Großenbrode · Hohwacht · Kellenhusen · Kiel · Kühlungsborn · Lübeck · Poel · Rerik · Rostock · Rügen · Scharbeutz · Stralsund · Timmendorfer Strand · Travemünde · Ueckermünde · Usedom · Warnemünde · Wismar