Mecklenburg-West Pomerania
Wismar
Interesting
Wismar The Essential
Interesting
Wismar was founded in 1226 and prospered greatly as a Hanseatic city. Brewing - Wismar was known for its excellent beer - and wool weaving constituted further sources of income. The Thirty Years War brought about the downfall of the city. The Treaty of Westphalia placed the town in Swedish hands, in which it remained until 1803. The town enjoyed an economic revival in the 19C with the establishment of factories and the development of sea trade.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Wismar
Marktplatz
Marktplatz
Of considerable size, the market square
15 minutes
Schabbellhaus
Schabbellhaus
This sumptuously decorated red-brick
30 minutes
Nikolaikirche
Nikolaikirche
This red-brick church is the second
15 minutes
Grube
Grube
The course of the Grusse was dug out in
15 minutes
Wismar old harbour
Wismar old harbour
A simple Baroque edifice called the
15 minutes
St. Georgen-Kirche
St. Georgen-Kirche
The construction of the Flamboyant
15 minutes