Quaint villages by the sea or beautiful historic cities ─ Northern Germany has it all. The many UNESCO heritage sites bear witness.
Where the Elbe meets the North Sea, Cuxhaven offers a view of the large container ships and doubles as a starting point for mudflat hikes.
In June, party at Kieler Woche, the World's biggest sailing event, for everything from dinghies to tall ships! Kiel, gateway to Scandinavia!
Formerly capital of the Hanseatic League, Luebeck impresses with guild style, warehouse-lined canals, grand cathedrals and amazing museums.
Dubbed City of White Gold as the Hanseatic League's salt supplier, Lueneburg boasts medieval architecture and 400 restaurants, pubs & bars.
From the palace on the lake to rolling gardens, Schwerin is a town with years of exciting history waiting to be discovered.
Stade has a range of specialty shops tucked away in narrow alleys. Cafés in historic Hanseatic houses are popular with locals and tourists!
Up for a day on the beach? Travemuende is the destination to get your feet wet, watch passing cruise liners & explore the Cape Horner 'Passat'.
Walk in Nosferatu's footsteps: Wismar's old town, listed as UNESCO World Heritage, was among the settings for this classic movie.