Travel information for a relaxed journey to Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
By car, you can easily reach your holiday destination at the Baltic Sea or in the Lake District by taking the Baltic Sea Motorway A20 from Hamburg or the A19 from Berlin. The German rail network - Die Bahn - also has numerous direct connections from many German cities. Travellers from Switzerland and Southern Germany can take a car train or overnight sleeper (Nightjet) to the North, which is operated by the Austrian railway (ÖBB). From Wien and Innsbruck NightJets also offer car transport to Hamburg.
Bus companies offer affordable connections from the major German cities to various Cities in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and the Baltic Sea. Ferries from several Baltic countries arrive at the seaports on an hourly basis.
The fastest way of getting to the Baltic Sea is by taking one of the airlines from national and a few international airports to Rostock or to the Island of Usedom. Thanks to nonstop flights from Frankfurt and Munich just one stop is needed to reach Mecklenburg-Vorpommern from more than hundred international airports.
If you fly directly to the international airports of Berlin and Hamburg you can continue your journey in comfort either with a hired car, intercity bus or by rail. Full mobility is guaranteed locally by a well-developed public transport system.