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Stralsund is a city in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. The Gothic historic centre of Stralsund is (along with Wismar's) a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Stralsund was a member of the Hanseatic League and thankfully retains a lot of the architecture of its glory days.

Get in[edit]

Stralsund is about a 1h train ride or 80 minutes drive east of Rostock either using the B 105 or the A 20 (watch the speed cameras on the E 251).

Rostock is the closest airport with flights from other parts of Germany. Berlin is the closest major international airport.

There are good rail connections, not just from major German cities such as Berlin, Hamburg and Frankfurt but also Zürich and Prague.

Get around[edit]


Historic centre of Stralsund
Famous Brick Gothic City Hall of Stralund, with St. Nikolai







  • Younior Hotel. Right at the old town, very affordable, young guests but also adults. Offers occasions for volleyball, barbecues and various indoor activities like table tennis and pool billiard.


  • Haus Wullfcrona. Special atmosphere in a baroque gable house. Individual apartments mixing old and new. Sunny courtyard and cosy restaurant.


  • Scheelehof. The premier hotel in Stralsund. Right at the old town, with vast spa/wellness offerings. Separate conference space. The medieval hallway with its restaurant as well as the gourmet restaurant and bar at the vaulted brick cellar are a must-see.


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