Schleswig-Holstein and the Baltic Coast Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Schleswig-Holstein and the Baltic Coast - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Sylt 10

Rugen Island 8

Lubeck 8

Stralsund 6

Rostock 6

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Schwerin 5

Warnemunde 5

Kiel 4

Schleswig 3

Usedom Island 2

Bad Doberan 2

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Fürstenhof

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The home of the former dukes of Mecklenburg stands next to the Marienkirche. It's an early-16th-century Italian Renaissance palace with...

Marienkirche

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All that remains of the oldest sacral building in Wismar is the 250-foot tower. Although only partialy damaged in the war, the East German...

Marktplatz

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One of the largest and best-preserved squares in Germany is framed by patrician gabled houses. Their style ranges from redbrick late...

St. Georgen zu Wismar

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One of northern Germany's biggest Gothic churches, built between 1315 and 1404, St. Georgen zu Wismar stands next to the Fürstenhof.

St. Nikolaikirche

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The late-Gothic church, with a 120-foot-high nave, was built between 1381 and 1487. A remnant of the town's long domination by Sweden...

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