Wismar Tourist Guide – Information and tips about the Hanseatic town of Wismar now in "pocket size"
Whether for holiday preparations at home or as a digital travel guide at the holiday destination, the Wismar Tourist Guide allows you to experience the Hanseatic town of Wismar in your own special way, as a dynamic port town offering culinary delights and cosy maritime flair or as a historic cultural oasis abounding with impressive brick Gothic architecture, characteristic gabled houses and beautiful World Heritage highlights.
The Wismar Tourist Guide provides interesting tips for big and small globetrotters for a family holiday, a business trip or a short trip to the UNESCO World Heritage town on the Baltic Sea coast. Also, "seafarers" from all over the world increasingly arrive in Wismar on big ocean liners and enjoy the proximity to the old town and its wealth of sights.
And there is quite a lot to discover: Bruno Brick takes visitors away to the world of Gothic brick architecture in Wismar, Nosferatu and the pirate Klaus Störtebeker once lived it up in the cosy alleys of Wismar, merchants of the Hanseatic period stopped off for a pint at one of the numerous beer pubs after a hard working day and during the Thirty Years' War the Swedes assumed domination over Wismar. But the incredible diversity of the Hanseatic town is not just made up of tradition and history.
Numerous cosy cafés and restaurants, cute little boutiques and shops as well as countless leisure facilities for young and old adventurers add life to the town.
Let the adventure begin while out on the road with the Wismar Tourist Guide. Allow yourself to be enchanted by the salty air and the fresh Hanseatic breeze. Your Wismar Tourist Guide will show you the way with practical tips, facts worth knowing about the country and its people and the main places to be.