Romanticism bike tour in Vorpommern

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293 km

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  • Tour tips: Eldena monastery ruins, Ludwigsburg castle and beach, Lubmin seaside resort and Freest fishing village, Wusterhusen vicarage, Rungehaus museum in Wolgast.

Rail connection: Greifswald, Wolgast

Eldena monastery ruins was the favorite motif of Caspar David Friedrich, © TMV/pocha.de

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Romanticism bike tour in Vorpommern

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Stages: 1 day From the Eldena monastery ruins to the Rungehaus in Wolgast - the "Route of North German Romanticism" combines the art and literature of Romanticism with today's nature experience along the coast of the Greifswald Bodden.

Stages: 1 day From the Eldena monastery ruins to the Rungehaus in Wolgast - the "Route of North German Romanticism" combines the art and literature of Romanticism with today's nature experience along the coast of the Greifswald Bodden.

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The romanticists Caspar David Friedrich, Friedrich August von Klinkowström, Karl Gottlieb Lappe and Philipp Otto Runge, who all came from Vorpommern, are the focus of the themed bike route, which passes important stations in the lives and motifs of these protagonists along a total of 54 kilometers. These include original sites such as the castle complex in Ludwigsburg, the vicarage in Wusterhusen and the harbors in Vierow and Wolgast. At ten designated stations along the popular Baltic Sea Cycle Route, information boards provide exciting background knowledge and give tips for further natural and cultural highlights on and along the route.

Officially, the tour starts at the Eldena monastery ruins, Caspar David Friedrich's favorite motif. However, a detour to the center of the University and Hanseatic City of Greifswald beforehand is highly recommended. The route continues past fields and with a view of the Dänische Wiek, via the small village of Kemnitz to Ludwigsburg Castle, Klinkowström's birthplace. Here it is worth taking a first break as well as a detour to the nearby natural beach and coastal forest before heading to the next designated stop, the village of Vierow. The route leads to the seaside resort of Lubmin on a roadside cycle path or a narrow country lane and hiking trail along the coast. After an extensive lunch and swimming break and a detour to the nearby village of Wusterhusen, the rustic fishing village of Freest welcomes the cyclists, from where the last major stage to Wolgast starts. Along the road and without major climbs, the cyclists pass the stations Wolgast Dreilindegrund and Wolgast Hafen before reaching the day's destination, the Museum Rungehaus in Wolgast, the birthplace of the artist Philipp Otto Runge.

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DJH Youth Hostel Greifswald

  • Pestalozzistraße, 17489 Greifswald

Welcome to our city hostel between the Islands of Usedom and Rügen. Here you can have it all: Culture, nature, history and sports - it's all on your doorstep.

Read more: "DJH Youth Hostel Greifswald"
Our traditional 4-star hotel blends in harmoniously with the predominant brick architecture of the UNESCO World Heritage city., © Hotel Baltic/Henrike Schunck

arcona HOTEL BALTIC

  • Frankendamm, 18439 Stralsund

Charming hotel with a long-standing tradition in Stralsund, nestling perfectly in the prevailing brick architecture of the old town. Just a few steps from the historic town centre and harbour, the hotel features 127 comfortable rooms and 5 apartments, some with views of the Marienkirche (St. Mary's Church) or the Strelasund.

Read more: "arcona HOTEL BALTIC"
© Schittko

Hay Holiday Farm Altkamp

  • Altkamp, 18581 Putbus

Our hay farm is easily accessible in the Southeast Rügen Biosphere Reserve. Here you will find vacation apartments for 2-6 people each, partly accessible and the special experience, sleep in the hay for Jund and old.

Read more: "Hay Holiday Farm Altkamp"
© Rico Hoffmann

Panorama Hotel Lohme

  • An der Steilküste, 18551 Lohme

Take a romantic time out! In the most beautiful hotel legend of Rügen - the Panorama Hotel Lohme.

Read more: "Panorama Hotel Lohme"
© DJH MV / Danny Gohlke

DJH Youth Hostel Sellin

  • Kiefernweg, 18586 Sellin

Located in the Baltic resort Sellin on the Island of Rügen, our hostel is perfect for beach vacations. We also offer sports activities: with our own multi-purpose hall for training camps and sailing or surfing courses for families and school classes.

Read more: "DJH Youth Hostel Sellin"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Orangery Putbus

  • Alleestraße, 18581 Putbus

Look at art and enjoy art in the Orangery in Putbus.

Read more: "Orangery Putbus"
© Sven Fischer

Greifswald Museum Harbour

  • Open today
  • Hafenstraße, 17489 Greifswald

Gaff ketch and schooner, seaquat and ramship, cruiser and kragejolle - about 45 old ships characterise the image of the museum harbour in Greifswald, which was founded in 1991 following the example of the museum harbours in Flensburg and Hamburg. With this, the Hanseatic townspeople reacted to the increased interest in historic ships and traditional seamanship.

Read more: "Greifswald Museum Harbour"
© TMV/Gohlke

Putbus castle park

  • Wreechener Weg, 18581 Putbus

Although Putbus Castle, the former manorial seat of the Princes of Putbus, was razed to the ground as early as 1962, the beautiful castle park is still a reminder of this magnificent time. Magnolias and sequoias adorn the garden, which is laid out in English style.

Read more: "Putbus castle park"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Natural harbor Gustow

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Am Yachthafen Drigge, 18574 Gustow

NATURE PUR - Welcome to Gustow!

Read more: "Natural harbor Gustow"
The "250 steps to Caspar David Friedrich" begins on the museum forecourt, © Pommersches Landesmuseum

Pomeranian State Museum

  • Open today
  • Rakower Str., 17489 Greifswald

14,000 years of eventful history on the southern Baltic coast on both sides of the Oder are presented between the former Franciscan church and the city wall - in an award-winning ensemble of buildings that impressively combines Gothic, classicist and contemporary architecture. The valuable collection of paintings presents works by renowned painters such as Caspar David Friedrich, Frans Hals, Philipp Otto Runge, Max Liebermann, Max Pechstein and Vincent van Gogh.

Read more: "Pomeranian State Museum"
© TMV/Gohlke

Göhren Museum Farm

  • Strandstraße, 18586 Ostseebad Göhren

The Mönchgut Museum Farm is the oldest and largest open-air museum on Rügen. While the residential building was built around 1850, the core of the half-timbered barn dates back to around 1680, making it one of the oldest buildings on Rügen.

Read more: "Göhren Museum Farm"
© TMV/Gohlke

Pier Binz

  • 18609 Binz

The Binz pier on the Island of Rügen, with a length of 370 meters, is the second longest pier on Rügen after the Sellin pier.

Read more: "Pier Binz"
© Sabrina Wittkopf-Schade

Village church Kemnitz

  • Schulstraße, 17509 Kemnitz

The village church in Kemnitz looks back on a long tradition. In the rectory, right next to the church is a small exhibition of the painter Friedrich August von Klinkowström.The theme cycle path "Route of North German Romanticism", which runs from Greifswald to Wolgast, leads to the places of this painter of the romantic period.

Read more: "Village church Kemnitz"
© Baltzer

City Harbour Wolgast

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Hafenstraße, 17438 Wolgast

The city harbour of Wolgast spreads an impressive maritime flair and is part of the "Route of the North German Romanticism." . Passenger ships set off on excursions into the backwater and to the Bay of Greifswald. The sailing ship "Weisse Düne" invites guests for a trip. A sensational view to the Petrikirche and the city centre is offered to the viewer. The imposing bascule bridge to the island of Usedom and the Peene shipyard characterise the town on the Peene river.

Read more: "City Harbour Wolgast"
Circus Putbus is surrounded by white classicist buildings in the traffic circle. In the center stands the 19 m high obelisk., © Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Circus Putbus

  • Circus, 18581 Putbus

The name Putbus is probably of Slavic origin and translates as "behind the lilac bush". In 1810 this place was developed by Prince Malte to a residence town in classicistic style with theater, pedagogy and white houses around the circus. A city from the drawing board with park and animal enclosure and rosebushes in front of every house.

Read more: "Circus Putbus"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Monument Kap Arkona

  • Am Parkplatz, 18556 Putgarten

The area monument Kap Arkona is one of the most popular excursion destinations on Rügen. In addition to the 45 metre high cliff, the cape is home to a whole range of sights: The castle wall of Jaromarsburg Castle is located directly at the top of the Cape. The glass dome of the restored sighting tower glistens next to it. The Schinkel tower, the large lighthouse and the bearing tower can be visited.

Read more: "Monument Kap Arkona"
© Archäo Tour Rügen

Goat stones - megalithic tomb near Gobbin

  • 18568 Lancken-Granitz

The goat stones are part of a group of several megalithic burial sites along the coastal path between Lanchen-Granitz and Groß Stresow

Read more: "Goat stones - megalithic tomb near Gobbin"
© TMV/Gohlke

School museum Middelhagen

  • Dorfstraße, 18586 Middelhagen

The school museum in Middelhagen is a museum about the history of educational development on the peninsula Mönchgut. It was opened on August 1, 1986 in the former sexton's house.

Read more: "School museum Middelhagen"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Bug near Dranske

  • 18556 Dranske

The westernmost headland of the Wittow peninsula on the island of Rügen is called the "Bug". The "Bug" begins south of the village of Dranske.

Read more: "Bug near Dranske"
© Baltzer

Historic Town Hall Wolgast

  • Rathausplatz, 17438 Wolgast

The historic town hall forms the core of Wolgast old town on a medieval groundplan. In the town hall the tourist information Wolgast is located downstairs.

Read more: "Historic Town Hall Wolgast"
© TMV.Thomas Grundner

Ludwigsburg Natural Beach

  • Strandweg, 17509 Ludwigsburg

Ludwigsburg beach is a popular destination for holidaymakers and locals. On hot summer days you can relax in a shady spot under the pine trees of the coastal forest or enjoy the rustic food and drink in a local inn. The homemade cakes are highly recommended.Kiters and surfers will love the beach and the shallow water of the Danish Wiek and the Bay of Greifswald.

Read more: "Ludwigsburg Natural Beach"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Port & water hiking resting place Lohme

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Am Hafen - Servicegebäude, 18581 Lohme

The marina in Lohme on the island of Rügen is an idyllic little harbor with a view of Cape Arkona.

Read more: "Port & water hiking resting place Lohme"
© TVV-Bock

Seaside Resort of Lubmin

  • Waldstraße, 17509 Lubmin

The peaceful seaside resort of Lubmin with its 350 m long pier, a wide child-friendly sandy beach and picturesque and quaint pine forests is perfect for a family holiday. Lubmin is one of the stations of the "Route of North German Romanticism".

Read more: "Seaside Resort of Lubmin"
Enjoy the panoramic view at a height of 40 meters from the "Adlerhorst" observation tower, © Erlebnis Akademie AG / Naturerbe Zentrum Rügen

Natural Heritage Centre Rügen (Naturerbe Zentrum Rügen)

  • Open today
  • Forsthaus Prora, 18609 Ostseebad Binz OT Prora

The Natural Heritage Centre Rügen with treetop path and experience exhibition is open 364 days a year so that you can experience and get to know nature all year round.

Read more: "Natural Heritage Centre Rügen (Naturerbe Zentrum Rügen)"
© Gudrun Koch

Eldena monastery ruins

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Wolgaster Landstraße, 17493 Greifswald

The monastery ruins and park are a popular excursion destination for Greifswald residents and their guests. The monastery ruins are also the starting and finishing point of the themed cycle path "Route of North German Romanticism", which traces the stations and lives of the North German Romantics of Western Pomerania.

Read more: "Eldena monastery ruins"
Exterior view Ludwigsburg Castle, © TMV/Tiemann

Ludwigsburg Palace

  • Schlosshof, 17509 Ludwigsburg

The Renaissance palace Ludwigsburg was built between 1577 and 1592 as a widow's seat for Hedwig Sophie von Pommern-Wolgast. After her death in 1631 the palace changed hands several times until it was sold to the Greifswald merchant Weissenborn in 1810.

Read more: "Ludwigsburg Palace"
© Archäo Tour Rügen

Quoltitz sacrificial stone

  • 18551 Neddesitz

North of the village of Neddesitz on the island of Rügen is the sacrificial stone Quoltitz, which was first described in 1797 and also already recorded in a drawing by none other than the romantic painter Caspar David Friedrich.

Read more: "Quoltitz sacrificial stone"
© TMV/Gohlke

Sellin pier

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Seebrücke, 18586 Sellin

The Sellin pier leads almost 400 meters out to sea. Since 1998, the dream castle by the sea has once again become a landmark of the Island of Rügen. Whether in the light-flooded palm garden, which extends over two floors, or the imperial pavilion reminiscent of the twenties, you always enjoy the free view of the sea and the beach, surrounded by an eventful gastronomic ambience.

Read more: "Sellin pier"
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Spa park Friedensberg Sellin

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Warmbadstraße, 18586 Ostseebad Sellin

The journey to the other world and a place of contemplation and silence.

Read more: "Spa park Friedensberg Sellin"
Caspar David Friedrich Center, © Caspar-David-Friedrich-Gesellschaft e. V., ©2021 Gudrun Koch

Caspar David Friedrich Center

  • Open today
  • Lange Straße, 17489 Greifswald

The Caspar-David-Friedrich-Zentrum, opened in 2004 in the historic Seifensiederei and expanded in 2011 to include the entire former residential and commercial building of the Friedrich family, commemorates the great painter and greatest son of the city of Greifswald. It is also a museum, documentation and research center. Caspar David Friedrich was born here on September 5, 1774.

Read more: "Caspar David Friedrich Center"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Viewpoint Temple Mount Bobbin

  • 18551 Bobbin

One of the most beautiful viewpoints over the Jasmund Bodden and to the Wittow peninsula.

Read more: "Viewpoint Temple Mount Bobbin"
Außenansicht der Kirche, © Josephin Bock

Village church Wusterhusen

  • Wolgaster Straße, 17509 Wusterhusen

The village church Wusterhusen in Western Pomerania is originally from the 13th century.

Read more: "Village church Wusterhusen"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Cape Arkona Lighthouses

  • 18556 Putgarten

Cape Arkona's lighthouses are two sea-fires and a beacon pointing the way for seafarers on the Baltic Sea.

Read more: "Cape Arkona Lighthouses"
© TMV/UB

Path of leisure & knowledge

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Fürst-Malte-Allee, 18581 Lauterbach

Let yourself be impressed by the history and development of the Goor Forest! Imposing trees, burial mounds and fantastic views of a Baltic Sea bay of the Island of Rügen will inspire you. During the hike you will immerse yourself in this magical forest by the sea, come to rest and deepen your contact with nature and yourself. This forest, which is developing into a "primeval forest", is largely in the care of the Michael Succow Foundation for the Protection of Nature.

Read more: "Path of leisure & knowledge"
© Anke Neumeister/Deutsches Meeresmuseum

OZEANEUM Stralsund

  • Open today
  • Hafenstraße, 18439 Stralsund

With its five exhibitions and 46 aquariums, the OZEANEUM Stralsund invites you on an extraordinary underwater journey beneath the northern seas. Visit Humboldt penguins on the roof terrace, "Niki" the female sand tiger shark in the 2.6-million-litre pool "Open Atlantic" and the giants of the sea - real life replicas of whales.

Read more: "OZEANEUM Stralsund"
© TMV/Gohlke

Ernst Moritz Arndt House

  • Dorfstraße, 18574 Groß Schoritz

The place owes its special fame to the university professor, writer and publicist Ernst Moritz Arndt (1769 - 1860), who was born here.

Read more: "Ernst Moritz Arndt House"
© tvv.Pocha-Burwitz

Beach Freest

  • 17440 Freest

The beach is perfectly suited for a sunbath, has a child-friendly shore and a small playground. Dogs are not allowed.

Read more: "Beach Freest"
© Josephin Bock

Constant Exhibition of the Poet Karl Gottlieb Lappe in Wusterhusen near Lubmin

  • Wolgaster Straße, 17509 Wusterhusen

Karl Gottlieb Lappe - a nearly forgotten Poet (1773-1843). A constant exhibition in Wusterhusen, close to the beach Resort Lubmin, is located in the rectory of Wusterhusen's church. Here, the life and works of the poet Karl Lappe is documented and readings bring the poet's achievements closer. Wusterhusen is one of the stations of the "Route of North German Romanticism".

Read more: "Constant Exhibition of the Poet Karl Gottlieb Lappe in Wusterhusen near Lubmin"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Rasender Roland - Rügen narrow-gauge railway

  • Bahnhofsstraße, 18581 Putbus

For more than a hundred years now, the narrow-gauge railway "Rasender Roland" has been driiving in the scenic south-east of the island of Rügen and offers a special kind of experience on the narrow gauge track.

Read more: "Rasender Roland - Rügen narrow-gauge railway"
© TMV/ Krauss

Museum Rungehaus

  • Kronwiekstraße, 17438 Wolgast

The museum Rungehaus is the birth house of the painter and romantic artist Philipp Otto Runge (1777-1810). Alongside Caspar David Friedrich, he is regarded as one of the most important painters and graphic artists of the German Romantic period.

Read more: "Museum Rungehaus"
© Baltzer

Museum of Town History "Coffee Grinder"

  • Open today
  • Rathausplatz, 17483 Wolgast

Wolgast’s city museum, because of its shape lovingly called “coffee grinder“ by the city’s residents, hosts an exhibition about the town’s history which is closely linked to the shipping industry.

Read more: "Museum of Town History "Coffee Grinder""
© TMV/Gohlke

Wiek chalk bridge

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Hafenstraße, 18556 Wiek

The historic chalk bridge Wiek - landmark of the municipality and as "floating promenade" new, attractive excursion destination on the peninsula Wittow.

Read more: "Wiek chalk bridge"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Altenkirchen parish church

  • An der Kirche, 18556 Altenkirchen

The parish church in Altenkirchen is one of the oldest sacral buildings on the Island of Rügen. During its construction in the 12th century, an image stone of Jaromarsburg was used, which was dedicated to the Slavic deity Svantevit and was once located at Cape Arkona.

Read more: "Altenkirchen parish church"
© Bildarchiv Biosphärenreservatsamt-Südost-Rügen

The “Granitzhaus“ and exhibition

  • Open today
  • Jagdschloss Granitz, 18609 Binz

Since 2004, the former forester’s and guest house of the “Fürsten zu Putbus“ houses a visitor centre about the UNESCO biosphere reserve “Südost-Rügen“.

Read more: "The “Granitzhaus“ and exhibition"
© TMV/Gohlke

Ernst Moritz Arndt Museum

  • An den Anlagen, 18574 Garz

The Ernst Moritz Arndt Museum is the oldest museum on the Island of Rügen.

Read more: "Ernst Moritz Arndt Museum"
© TMV/Gohlke

Sellin small train station

  • An der B196, 18586 Sellin

The Rasende Roland, as it is affectionately called, has been traveling across the Island of Rügen at a comfortable top speed of 30 km/h since 1895 and connects the well-known seaside resorts with each other.

Read more: "Sellin small train station"
© DJH MV / Danny Gohlke

DJH Youth Hostel Greifswald

  • Pestalozzistraße, 17489 Greifswald

Welcome to our city hostel between the Islands of Usedom and Rügen. Here you can have it all: Culture, nature, history and sports - it's all on your doorstep.

Read more: "DJH Youth Hostel Greifswald"
Our traditional 4-star hotel blends in harmoniously with the predominant brick architecture of the UNESCO World Heritage city., © Hotel Baltic/Henrike Schunck

arcona HOTEL BALTIC

  • Frankendamm, 18439 Stralsund

Charming hotel with a long-standing tradition in Stralsund, nestling perfectly in the prevailing brick architecture of the old town. Just a few steps from the historic town centre and harbour, the hotel features 127 comfortable rooms and 5 apartments, some with views of the Marienkirche (St. Mary's Church) or the Strelasund.

Read more: "arcona HOTEL BALTIC"
© Schittko

Hay Holiday Farm Altkamp

  • Altkamp, 18581 Putbus

Our hay farm is easily accessible in the Southeast Rügen Biosphere Reserve. Here you will find vacation apartments for 2-6 people each, partly accessible and the special experience, sleep in the hay for Jund and old.

Read more: "Hay Holiday Farm Altkamp"
© Rico Hoffmann

Panorama Hotel Lohme

  • An der Steilküste, 18551 Lohme

Take a romantic time out! In the most beautiful hotel legend of Rügen - the Panorama Hotel Lohme.

Read more: "Panorama Hotel Lohme"
© DJH MV / Danny Gohlke

DJH Youth Hostel Sellin

  • Kiefernweg, 18586 Sellin

Located in the Baltic resort Sellin on the Island of Rügen, our hostel is perfect for beach vacations. We also offer sports activities: with our own multi-purpose hall for training camps and sailing or surfing courses for families and school classes.

Read more: "DJH Youth Hostel Sellin"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Orangery Putbus

  • Alleestraße, 18581 Putbus

Look at art and enjoy art in the Orangery in Putbus.

Read more: "Orangery Putbus"
© Sven Fischer

Greifswald Museum Harbour

  • Open today
  • Hafenstraße, 17489 Greifswald

Gaff ketch and schooner, seaquat and ramship, cruiser and kragejolle - about 45 old ships characterise the image of the museum harbour in Greifswald, which was founded in 1991 following the example of the museum harbours in Flensburg and Hamburg. With this, the Hanseatic townspeople reacted to the increased interest in historic ships and traditional seamanship.

Read more: "Greifswald Museum Harbour"
© TMV/Gohlke

Putbus castle park

  • Wreechener Weg, 18581 Putbus

Although Putbus Castle, the former manorial seat of the Princes of Putbus, was razed to the ground as early as 1962, the beautiful castle park is still a reminder of this magnificent time. Magnolias and sequoias adorn the garden, which is laid out in English style.

Read more: "Putbus castle park"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Natural harbor Gustow

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Am Yachthafen Drigge, 18574 Gustow

NATURE PUR - Welcome to Gustow!

Read more: "Natural harbor Gustow"
The "250 steps to Caspar David Friedrich" begins on the museum forecourt, © Pommersches Landesmuseum

Pomeranian State Museum

  • Open today
  • Rakower Str., 17489 Greifswald

14,000 years of eventful history on the southern Baltic coast on both sides of the Oder are presented between the former Franciscan church and the city wall - in an award-winning ensemble of buildings that impressively combines Gothic, classicist and contemporary architecture. The valuable collection of paintings presents works by renowned painters such as Caspar David Friedrich, Frans Hals, Philipp Otto Runge, Max Liebermann, Max Pechstein and Vincent van Gogh.

Read more: "Pomeranian State Museum"
© TMV/Gohlke

Göhren Museum Farm

  • Strandstraße, 18586 Ostseebad Göhren

The Mönchgut Museum Farm is the oldest and largest open-air museum on Rügen. While the residential building was built around 1850, the core of the half-timbered barn dates back to around 1680, making it one of the oldest buildings on Rügen.

Read more: "Göhren Museum Farm"
© TMV/Gohlke

Pier Binz

  • 18609 Binz

The Binz pier on the Island of Rügen, with a length of 370 meters, is the second longest pier on Rügen after the Sellin pier.

Read more: "Pier Binz"
© Sabrina Wittkopf-Schade

Village church Kemnitz

  • Schulstraße, 17509 Kemnitz

The village church in Kemnitz looks back on a long tradition. In the rectory, right next to the church is a small exhibition of the painter Friedrich August von Klinkowström.The theme cycle path "Route of North German Romanticism", which runs from Greifswald to Wolgast, leads to the places of this painter of the romantic period.

Read more: "Village church Kemnitz"
© Baltzer

City Harbour Wolgast

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Hafenstraße, 17438 Wolgast

The city harbour of Wolgast spreads an impressive maritime flair and is part of the "Route of the North German Romanticism." . Passenger ships set off on excursions into the backwater and to the Bay of Greifswald. The sailing ship "Weisse Düne" invites guests for a trip. A sensational view to the Petrikirche and the city centre is offered to the viewer. The imposing bascule bridge to the island of Usedom and the Peene shipyard characterise the town on the Peene river.

Read more: "City Harbour Wolgast"
Circus Putbus is surrounded by white classicist buildings in the traffic circle. In the center stands the 19 m high obelisk., © Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Circus Putbus

  • Circus, 18581 Putbus

The name Putbus is probably of Slavic origin and translates as "behind the lilac bush". In 1810 this place was developed by Prince Malte to a residence town in classicistic style with theater, pedagogy and white houses around the circus. A city from the drawing board with park and animal enclosure and rosebushes in front of every house.

Read more: "Circus Putbus"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Monument Kap Arkona

  • Am Parkplatz, 18556 Putgarten

The area monument Kap Arkona is one of the most popular excursion destinations on Rügen. In addition to the 45 metre high cliff, the cape is home to a whole range of sights: The castle wall of Jaromarsburg Castle is located directly at the top of the Cape. The glass dome of the restored sighting tower glistens next to it. The Schinkel tower, the large lighthouse and the bearing tower can be visited.

Read more: "Monument Kap Arkona"
© Archäo Tour Rügen

Goat stones - megalithic tomb near Gobbin

  • 18568 Lancken-Granitz

The goat stones are part of a group of several megalithic burial sites along the coastal path between Lanchen-Granitz and Groß Stresow

Read more: "Goat stones - megalithic tomb near Gobbin"
© TMV/Gohlke

School museum Middelhagen

  • Dorfstraße, 18586 Middelhagen

The school museum in Middelhagen is a museum about the history of educational development on the peninsula Mönchgut. It was opened on August 1, 1986 in the former sexton's house.

Read more: "School museum Middelhagen"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Bug near Dranske

  • 18556 Dranske

The westernmost headland of the Wittow peninsula on the island of Rügen is called the "Bug". The "Bug" begins south of the village of Dranske.

Read more: "Bug near Dranske"
© Baltzer

Historic Town Hall Wolgast

  • Rathausplatz, 17438 Wolgast

The historic town hall forms the core of Wolgast old town on a medieval groundplan. In the town hall the tourist information Wolgast is located downstairs.

Read more: "Historic Town Hall Wolgast"
© TMV.Thomas Grundner

Ludwigsburg Natural Beach

  • Strandweg, 17509 Ludwigsburg

Ludwigsburg beach is a popular destination for holidaymakers and locals. On hot summer days you can relax in a shady spot under the pine trees of the coastal forest or enjoy the rustic food and drink in a local inn. The homemade cakes are highly recommended.Kiters and surfers will love the beach and the shallow water of the Danish Wiek and the Bay of Greifswald.

Read more: "Ludwigsburg Natural Beach"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen

Port & water hiking resting place Lohme

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Am Hafen - Servicegebäude, 18581 Lohme

The marina in Lohme on the island of Rügen is an idyllic little harbor with a view of Cape Arkona.

Read more: "Port & water hiking resting place Lohme"
© TVV-Bock

Seaside Resort of Lubmin

  • Waldstraße, 17509 Lubmin

The peaceful seaside resort of Lubmin with its 350 m long pier, a wide child-friendly sandy beach and picturesque and quaint pine forests is perfect for a family holiday. Lubmin is one of the stations of the "Route of North German Romanticism".

Read more: "Seaside Resort of Lubmin"
Enjoy the panoramic view at a height of 40 meters from the "Adlerhorst" observation tower, © Erlebnis Akademie AG / Naturerbe Zentrum Rügen

Natural Heritage Centre Rügen (Naturerbe Zentrum Rügen)

  • Open today
  • Forsthaus Prora, 18609 Ostseebad Binz OT Prora

The Natural Heritage Centre Rügen with treetop path and experience exhibition is open 364 days a year so that you can experience and get to know nature all year round.

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Eldena monastery ruins

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Wolgaster Landstraße, 17493 Greifswald

The monastery ruins and park are a popular excursion destination for Greifswald residents and their guests. The monastery ruins are also the starting and finishing point of the themed cycle path "Route of North German Romanticism", which traces the stations and lives of the North German Romantics of Western Pomerania.

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Exterior view Ludwigsburg Castle, © TMV/Tiemann

Ludwigsburg Palace

  • Schlosshof, 17509 Ludwigsburg

The Renaissance palace Ludwigsburg was built between 1577 and 1592 as a widow's seat for Hedwig Sophie von Pommern-Wolgast. After her death in 1631 the palace changed hands several times until it was sold to the Greifswald merchant Weissenborn in 1810.

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Quoltitz sacrificial stone

  • 18551 Neddesitz

North of the village of Neddesitz on the island of Rügen is the sacrificial stone Quoltitz, which was first described in 1797 and also already recorded in a drawing by none other than the romantic painter Caspar David Friedrich.

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Sellin pier

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Seebrücke, 18586 Sellin

The Sellin pier leads almost 400 meters out to sea. Since 1998, the dream castle by the sea has once again become a landmark of the Island of Rügen. Whether in the light-flooded palm garden, which extends over two floors, or the imperial pavilion reminiscent of the twenties, you always enjoy the free view of the sea and the beach, surrounded by an eventful gastronomic ambience.

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Spa park Friedensberg Sellin

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Warmbadstraße, 18586 Ostseebad Sellin

The journey to the other world and a place of contemplation and silence.

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Caspar David Friedrich Center, © Caspar-David-Friedrich-Gesellschaft e. V., ©2021 Gudrun Koch

Caspar David Friedrich Center

  • Open today
  • Lange Straße, 17489 Greifswald

The Caspar-David-Friedrich-Zentrum, opened in 2004 in the historic Seifensiederei and expanded in 2011 to include the entire former residential and commercial building of the Friedrich family, commemorates the great painter and greatest son of the city of Greifswald. It is also a museum, documentation and research center. Caspar David Friedrich was born here on September 5, 1774.

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Viewpoint Temple Mount Bobbin

  • 18551 Bobbin

One of the most beautiful viewpoints over the Jasmund Bodden and to the Wittow peninsula.

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Außenansicht der Kirche, © Josephin Bock

Village church Wusterhusen

  • Wolgaster Straße, 17509 Wusterhusen

The village church Wusterhusen in Western Pomerania is originally from the 13th century.

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Cape Arkona Lighthouses

  • 18556 Putgarten

Cape Arkona's lighthouses are two sea-fires and a beacon pointing the way for seafarers on the Baltic Sea.

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Path of leisure & knowledge

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Fürst-Malte-Allee, 18581 Lauterbach

Let yourself be impressed by the history and development of the Goor Forest! Imposing trees, burial mounds and fantastic views of a Baltic Sea bay of the Island of Rügen will inspire you. During the hike you will immerse yourself in this magical forest by the sea, come to rest and deepen your contact with nature and yourself. This forest, which is developing into a "primeval forest", is largely in the care of the Michael Succow Foundation for the Protection of Nature.

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OZEANEUM Stralsund

  • Open today
  • Hafenstraße, 18439 Stralsund

With its five exhibitions and 46 aquariums, the OZEANEUM Stralsund invites you on an extraordinary underwater journey beneath the northern seas. Visit Humboldt penguins on the roof terrace, "Niki" the female sand tiger shark in the 2.6-million-litre pool "Open Atlantic" and the giants of the sea - real life replicas of whales.

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Ernst Moritz Arndt House

  • Dorfstraße, 18574 Groß Schoritz

The place owes its special fame to the university professor, writer and publicist Ernst Moritz Arndt (1769 - 1860), who was born here.

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Beach Freest

  • 17440 Freest

The beach is perfectly suited for a sunbath, has a child-friendly shore and a small playground. Dogs are not allowed.

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© Josephin Bock

Constant Exhibition of the Poet Karl Gottlieb Lappe in Wusterhusen near Lubmin

  • Wolgaster Straße, 17509 Wusterhusen

Karl Gottlieb Lappe - a nearly forgotten Poet (1773-1843). A constant exhibition in Wusterhusen, close to the beach Resort Lubmin, is located in the rectory of Wusterhusen's church. Here, the life and works of the poet Karl Lappe is documented and readings bring the poet's achievements closer. Wusterhusen is one of the stations of the "Route of North German Romanticism".

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Rasender Roland - Rügen narrow-gauge railway

  • Bahnhofsstraße, 18581 Putbus

For more than a hundred years now, the narrow-gauge railway "Rasender Roland" has been driiving in the scenic south-east of the island of Rügen and offers a special kind of experience on the narrow gauge track.

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Museum Rungehaus

  • Kronwiekstraße, 17438 Wolgast

The museum Rungehaus is the birth house of the painter and romantic artist Philipp Otto Runge (1777-1810). Alongside Caspar David Friedrich, he is regarded as one of the most important painters and graphic artists of the German Romantic period.

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Museum of Town History "Coffee Grinder"

  • Open today
  • Rathausplatz, 17483 Wolgast

Wolgast’s city museum, because of its shape lovingly called “coffee grinder“ by the city’s residents, hosts an exhibition about the town’s history which is closely linked to the shipping industry.

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Wiek chalk bridge

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Hafenstraße, 18556 Wiek

The historic chalk bridge Wiek - landmark of the municipality and as "floating promenade" new, attractive excursion destination on the peninsula Wittow.

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Altenkirchen parish church

  • An der Kirche, 18556 Altenkirchen

The parish church in Altenkirchen is one of the oldest sacral buildings on the Island of Rügen. During its construction in the 12th century, an image stone of Jaromarsburg was used, which was dedicated to the Slavic deity Svantevit and was once located at Cape Arkona.

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© Bildarchiv Biosphärenreservatsamt-Südost-Rügen

The “Granitzhaus“ and exhibition

  • Open today
  • Jagdschloss Granitz, 18609 Binz

Since 2004, the former forester’s and guest house of the “Fürsten zu Putbus“ houses a visitor centre about the UNESCO biosphere reserve “Südost-Rügen“.

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Ernst Moritz Arndt Museum

  • An den Anlagen, 18574 Garz

The Ernst Moritz Arndt Museum is the oldest museum on the Island of Rügen.

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Sellin small train station

  • An der B196, 18586 Sellin

The Rasende Roland, as it is affectionately called, has been traveling across the Island of Rügen at a comfortable top speed of 30 km/h since 1895 and connects the well-known seaside resorts with each other.

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