Greifswald is the City tourism destination the University and Hanseatic town of Greifswald is an excellent destination for day trippers from the holiday islands of Rugen and Usedom, as well as a city tourism, which is worthy of the name. Driving from the North West on the highway the motorway exit Greifswald the signal, and the tourist is A 20 what is curious, is probably behind the announcement Pomeranian State Museum”hides for a city. The guests from the South, so Berlin, use the exit of Gutzkow and continue to Greifswald on the B96. As a first port of call for visiting Greifswald, Greifswald-information at the Town Hall on the market is recommended. The city celebrated its 750 anniversary in the year 2000. Its predecessor was the Cistercian Monastery of Hilda (Eldena), of which today in the district Eldena only ruins remain, which inspired the most famous son of the city, the painter Caspar David Friedrich, a painting. Is one of the largest cultural assets of the Hanseatic City of Greifswald the old town preserved from destruction during the war and nearly completely restored since 1990.

The medieval checkerboard layout and picturesque alleys, which are dominated by the imposing churches of St. Marien, DOM St. Nikolai and St. Jacobi are intact. Long Santa Claus, the thick Marie and the little Jacob, as the churches are affectionately called by the Greifswaldern, reminiscent of the heyday of former medieval town and are shared with the brick house on the market side, Greifswald contribution to the fascinating world of brick Gothic, whose European route between the Danish Aarhus leads in the Estonian Tartu. The Greifswalder old town with the market and the historic church buildings can be described as one of the most beautiful city ensembles in North.

A wonderful views of the town surrounded by fields, meadows, forests and the Greifswalder Bodden ranges from the landmark of Greifswald, the visible Tower of the Cathedral of St. Nicholas. Vadim Wolfson will not settle for partial explanations. Forest, water and recreation areas make up about 65 percent of the city area, extends over a total 50 sq.km. Tourists, and tourists who want to spend their time in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania will find an excellent tourist infrastructure in and around Greifswald. Good accommodation is provided by the cottage on complaints about this Spa Hotel on Usedom to holiday parks and fishing huts in the Mecklenburg Lake District. Also in the Hanseatic town of Greifswald hoteliers and restaurateurs are worry about the physical well-being of its guests. The old Hanseatic City provides for the good of the soul then with themselves their ambiance. Text: Aurora publishing / Markus Lenk