Beautiful view over Malchow, © TMV/Gohlke

Well-developed highway routes and roads lead directly into the country.

Well-developed highway routes and roads lead directly into the country.

Roads from Germany and abroad lead to Mecklenburg-Vorpommern from all directions. The well-developed federal and state roads, the Baltic Sea freeway A20 with its connection to the A1 near Lübeck and the direct connection to the Berlin ring road via the Uckermark interchange lead past impressive scenery quickly to the vacation destination.

Arrival from the south

  • A11, A14, A19, A24
  • B96, B103, B104, B109, B113, B191, B195, B198, B321

Arrival from the west

  • A20, A24
  • B5, B105, B208

With the route planner of google maps you can plan your journey by car to Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

Current traffic situation when arriving by car

A tip from us: Stay well informed during your journey and activate the option traffic situation on your smartphone, e.g. in Google Maps. There you will receive real-time information about bottlenecks on your route.

E-charging stations in MV

200 public charging stations are already available in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. These can be easily found online here.

Natural gas filling stations in MV

An overview of the natural gas filling stations in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern offers the route planner of A vacation journey with the pollution free vehicle in and by the nature-leftest vacation country stands thereby nothing more in the way.

Roads lined with avenues

In all parts of the country mighty trees line the roads. With the romantic arcades already the journey becomes the first beautiful vacation experience. Often, gnarled lime trees and lush chestnuts span the streets. Many-armed oaks and slender birches, giant beeches and bulging maples provide shade. Staggering willows and bolt-straight poplars stand along lonely country lanes.

And there they stand. Immovable and unimpressed by the hustle and bustle of our days. Carriages and cars, riders and cyclists pass them by. The character specimens along the "German Avenue Road" have also seen the last centuries pass by. It begins in the Baltic resort of Sellin on the island of Rügen. From here, it leads to Stralsund via the old spa road and the princely Putbus. From the Hanseatic city, the route follows the B 194 south.

Other travel options

From Germany's major cities, buses take you all the way to the Baltic Sea in an inexpensive and environmentally friendly way., © Usedomer Bäderbahn GmbH

Arrival by Bus

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On board you will travel on waterways towards Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Be your own captain or use the ferry connections., © Siemens!Ulrich Wirrwa

Arrival by Ship

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Passing a rapeseed field - Intercity 2 of DB Fernverkehr, © Deutsche Bahn AG / Georg Wagner

Arrival by Train

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Discover the unique nature and culture in an environmentally friendly way on varied themed bike paths, such as the Residence Towns Circuit., © TMV/Tiemann

Local Mobility - Environmentally Conscious, Varied, Cost-effective

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