Greifswald and sourrounding region
The university and Hanseatic town of Greifswald presents itself as a modern town with historical flair. It offers a variety of cultural activities like the Theater Pomerania, the Pomeranian State Museum or the Caspar-David-Friedrich-Center. The youthful university town surprises with its café culture and shopping delights, set against the backdrop of historic buildings. From a historic point of view, it is also worth going on a tour through Greifswald. Travel on the European Route of Brick Gothic, visit one of the oldest universities in Europe or the old fishing village of Wieck.
The surrounding countryside with its hiking and biking trails is worth a visit as well. With its vast forests and meadows, there is enough space for you to enjoy discovering and for lovely walks on the Pilgrim Trail, the Hanseatic Route, the Caspar-David-Friedrich Picture Trail and the European Long-Distance Trail. You can also go on long bicycle rides along the Baltic Sea Cycle Route.
The Western-Pomeranian city Greifswald connects tradition and innovation. Magnificent brick gotic buildings and modern science parks shape the silhouette of the city. Go and explore it!
In the landmarked village Wieck you can find and test the impressive old wood bridge.