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Schwerin: City Highlights Guided Tour

1. Schwerin: City Highlights Guided Tour

Meet with your experienced tour guide in front of the tourist information and proceed to the Market Square. Learn more about the troubled story of the "Buttocks Parade" and have a look at the impressive Henry the Lion Monument. Afterwards see the mighty Cathedral of Schwerin, walk to the beautiful Paffenteich and discover several of most important buildings of the old town like such as the former postal office. Eventually, the tour will take you to see the magnificient Schwerin Castle located on the city's main lake, before ending at the State Museum.

Stralsund: Old Town Evening Tour with a Night Watchman

2. Stralsund: Old Town Evening Tour with a Night Watchman

Discover the dark history of Stralsund on a night-time walking tour guided by the Night Watchman. Wander the streets of the old town and see its landmarks.  Learn about the history of the city and uncover some of the more sordid stories with your guide.  Meet up with the nightwatchman or his wife who will guide you around the old town of Stralsund as they tell you scary stories and legends about thieves, murderers, and crimes in the Middle Ages. This is a guided tour that is sure to show you a different side of Stralsund and is suitable for both for mystery lovers and families. The route will take you to the picturesque Old Market Square with the most important historical landmarks. See the strong defensive city walls with its towers and gates, and hear the history of the Hanseatic League. Learn about the famous landmarks that make up the UNESCO cultural world heritage site and the gruesome stories behind them. Marvel at the amazing city hall building and St. Nicholas Church. Stroll down to St. Mary’s Church and see the harbor full of lights.

Schwerin: Tour with the Night Watchman

3. Schwerin: Tour with the Night Watchman

The group will meet on the historic market place to start the walk to see the famous sights of Schwerin! Your watchman tour guide will share insider information as well as historical facts with you, to ensure that you are well educated about the beautiful city of Schwerin.  During this German-language tour, you will pass the Schweriner Cathedral, take a stroll down Bischofstreet and see the narrowest house in town. You will walk down the narrow alleys and streets that make up the historic heart of Schwerin. You will pass the old post office and the most beautiful castles as well as the theatre and museum. After 1.5 hours, the tour will end at the historic market place.

Schwerin: 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

4. Schwerin: 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Red double-decker buses fill the streets of Schwerin from the end of March until New Year's. On this tour, enjoy the opportunity to get off the bus to enjoy shopping, explore different neighborhoods, and visit museums, exhibitions, and attractions. The tickets are valid for two consecutive days, allowing you ample time to complete on your tour of the city. The buses run every 45 minutes from May to September, and every 90 minutes during the off-season. Weather permitting, ride in an open-top double-decker bus (with a closed roof in case of rain) from the White Fleet by Schwerin Palace through the historical old town, the Schelfstadt quarter, and through the Schelfmarkt to the shore of the Pfaffenteich – incidentally one of the ten lakes in the city. Heading across the old market with its town hall and cathedral, continue on to the central station in Paulsstadt and the Feldstadt with the old cemetery, where Rudolph Karstadt and others have found their final resting place. In the castle gardens, take a break from the tour at the historical Schleifmühle and admire this unique museum and the water-powered grinding and sawing of large fieldstones. Then, head along the Schlossgartenallee with its fantastic villas and stop to take photos at the famous view of the fairytale castle. Passing by Burgsee and the 21st Century Garden, gaze from the Rudolph Karstadt house at the Old Garden with its unique building of State Archives, ministries, State Chancellery, State Theater, art gallery, and castle. From there, Lake Schwerin, the third largest inland water in Germany, opens up in front of you.

Rostock: Hop-On Hop-Off Double-Decker Bus Tour

5. Rostock: Hop-On Hop-Off Double-Decker Bus Tour

Discover the Hanseatic city of Rostock on a flexible hop-on hop-off tour and see the most interesting sights of the city. Decide which attractions and neighborhoods are appealing, and simply disembark. Enjoy the evolutionary Darwineum, spot the animals at the zoo, or gaze at the city's many churches. Take an open-top tour and get the perfect view over the harbors, St. Peter's Church, the Nikolaikirche and the central station. Stop and resume your tour at any of the 7 stops to see the sights up close or wander the city and go shopping during the time in between. Continue with a visit to the educational Darwineum or discover a myriad of species at the Rostock Zoo. Ride further and hear information about the history and highlights of the city, at your own leisure.

Stralsund: Old Town Highlights Walking Tour in German

6. Stralsund: Old Town Highlights Walking Tour in German

Discover the highlights of Stralsund and hear true and fascinating local stories from a German-speaking guide. Gaze up at the distinctive spire of the Marienkirche (St. Mary's Church). Meet your tour guide and head to the picturesque Old Market Square, located in the center of the historic Old Town. Here you will see some of the most important historical landmarks making up the UNESCO cultural world heritage.  Listen to the stories your guide can share about the history of these buildings while walking towards the strong defensive wall of Stralsund.  Learn about the Hanseatic League and why Stralsund was such an important destination back in medieval times. Next, marvel at the amazing city hall building and St. Nicholas Church before returning to the Old Market Square. Along the way, receive tips from your guide about local places to eat and drink, so that you can continue discovering Stralsund after the tour.

Lübeck: 10-City-Highlights Scavenger Hunt

7. Lübeck: 10-City-Highlights Scavenger Hunt

A modern city rally awaits you, during which you will tackle tricky puzzles whilst uncovering interesting information. From the very first task, you will be already immersed in a world full of hidden clues and mysterious hints. You'll actively communicate with each other, getting closer to each other as you enrich your peers with your knowledge. You decide when you start and finish your adventure, completely independent of travel guides and groups. To participate, you only require a smartphone with an active internet connection. After you redeem your voucher for this city quest on the homepage, your guides will immediately send you a start link via mail. From there you can start the scavenger hunt by accessing the link through your smartphone. You will follow the route that takes you from one showplace to the next, answering clever questions and solving tricky puzzles on the way. During this tour, you will visit sights such as Puppenbrücke, Holsten Gate, Love Bridge, the Slums-quarter, Lübeck Cathedral, the St. Petri Church, the St. Maria church, and Town Hall. If you have trouble solving a task, you can use the system to get multiple clues and even display the correct answer. Of course, you are free to use the internet as a source of knowledge. At the end of each task you will receive exciting information and entertaining stories about the relevant sight.

Stralsund: Old Town Highlights Private Walking Tour

8. Stralsund: Old Town Highlights Private Walking Tour

Discover the highlights of Stralsund and hear true and fascinating local history on this private guided tour of Old Town, top attractions, hidden gems, and the most important historical landmarks. Choose between a 2, 3, or 4-hour tour. During the 2-hour tour, see the defense city walls with multiple towers and gates, such as the famous Kniepertor and Kütertor. Hear the fascinating history of a city desired by all countries. Visit Old Town and Alter Markt (Old Market Square) to see the town hall and Wulflamhaus buildings. See St. Nicholas Church and St. Mary’s Church, and marvel at the impressive interior, including the main altar and organs. To see even more interesting places, choose the 3-hour tour to add St. Jakobi Kirche, Heilgeist Kirche (Church of the Holy Spirit), and a stop at the harbor to your trip. Reach the local harbor and take in fantastic views of the marina and pearl on the water, Gorch Fock, the beautiful sailing ship with great history. Extend your tour to 4 hours and experience a boat cruise. If you want to marvel at Stralsund's profile and feel the pride of this region, going on the water is a must. Cruise from starboard to port under the Rugenbruck, around the Danholm, and past the shipyard and back. Whether choosing the 2, 3, or 4-hour option, enjoy a tour program adapted to the preferences of your group. As an added perk, get tips about local restaurants, patisserie, and pubs to continue your exploration of the area after the tour.

Kiel: Harbor Scavenger Hunt with GPS and Radio

9. Kiel: Harbor Scavenger Hunt with GPS and Radio

Discover the Port of Kiel with a modern scavenger hunt and enjoy the maritime flair of the city. You will start your tour at the Bahnhof Kiel, from where you will enjoy an exciting tour by foot and ferry in small teams of at least 2 people. With your GPS device you'll come across many local sights, such as the cruise terminal, the freight terminals, and the beautiful Kieler Förde. With luck you'll even find geocaches. You'll always have contact to the organizer and the other teams (in the event of multiple groups), with certain tasks only possible to be completed with the help of the organizer or other teams. As you will be using public radio frequencies don't be surprised when harbor workers or crews use the same frequency. You can choose from 2 different routes. The routes travel through the most beautiful parts of the harbor, which guarantee beautiful photographs and some peace away from the crowds.

Boat Cruise and a Private Walking Tour of Lubeck's Old Town

10. Boat Cruise and a Private Walking Tour of Lubeck's Old Town

Join an experienced Local Guide on the streets of Lubeck’s Old Town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Immerse yourself in the local history like never before. Discover must-see sights and hidden gems of the Hanseatic City of Lubeck on foot and on the water with tickets for a 1-hour boat cruise down the canals. Fall in love with The City of the Seven Spire and The Queen of the Hanse! Choose the 3-hour option for a basic 2-hour walking tour of the Old Town with tickets for a 1-hour boat cruise. Your Private Guide will show you the best selected highlights of this historic city, including the iconic Holsten Gate, Salzspeicher (old warehouses), and the Rathaus (Town Hall) at the lively Marketplatz. You will also see a couple of the iconic spires of Lubeck: St Peter’s Church and St. Mary’s Church. The guide will escort you to the pier where you will hop on board a modern, comfortable boat that will take you on a 1-hour cruise down the canals surrounding the Old Town. Enjoy a wonderful view of the 7-tower panorama of the Hanseatic city, the romantic salmon row, the charming Gängeviertel and the Malerwinkel. See various old town houses, warehouses, churches, bridges, harbor and more! Choose the 4-hour option for an extended 3-hour walking tour of the Old Town with tickets for a 1-hour boat cruise. This option includes tickets to St Mary’s Church (Marienkirche), which is the largest church in Lubeck. Inside you will marvel at its unique astronomical clock and hear the story of its Broken Bells. The extended itinerary also includes a visit to the Lubeck Cathedral, which houses the famous works of Bernt Notke and Thomas Quellinus.

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4.6 / 5

based on 22 reviews

Our guide, Axel Schattschneider, has really well-founded and comprehensive knowledge of the history, culture, architecture and social development of the city of Lübeck over the course of history. He imparts this knowledge in an understandable, vivid and entertaining way. He was a pleasure to listen to and there was never a dull moment throughout the tour. We learned a lot on this tour and got impressions of Lübeck that we would never have experienced otherwise. Axel was just great.

Very entertaining tour with a real Schwerin veteran Mr. Biedermann. Maybe one of his last tours as he is a bit older;). A good alternative to get to know the city.

Friendly tour guide who enjoys her work and gave us a lot of information and was very friendly and courteous. It was a nice experience!

Interesting tour with many stories about Lübeck and a city tour where you would never go alone! Thanks to our guide Thomas

Great event, not too difficult, but not boring either. was fun