The Pearls of the North
A journey through time of the Hanseatic League cities.
Travel by luxury car with your own personal tour guide and stay in exclusive hotels. We will be pleased to adapt this travel itinerary to your personal requests and interests.
Highlights: 7 Days/6 Nights
· Transportation by car or minivan during
the entire tour
· English speaking driver-guide during the
· Visits and excursions as mentioned
· Admission to Schwerin Castle
· Boat tour to the Island of Rügen’s White cliffs
· Accommodation in 5* hotels
· Daily breakfast
*This program is also available as a self-drive tour
Day 1 Hamburg
Arrive to Hamburg and take a panoramic city tour. The city is internationally known for its elegant boulevards, the port, which is the second largest in Europe and the famous neighborhood of St. Pauli.
Day 2 Hamburg - Bremen - Hamburg
Today visit the hanseatic city of Bremen, which is the cradle of the fairy tale from the Brothers Grimm “The Bremen Town Musicians”. The old town of the city offers many attractions such as the Cathedral, the “Böttcherstrasse” street as well as the market square. The statue of Roland has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Another interesting place to visit is the neighborhood of Schnoor, the oldest area of Bremen.
Overnight in Hamburg.
Day 3 Hamburg - Lübeck – Schwerin
Travel to Lübeck that has more than 1000 years of history. Lübeck was once one of the most important centers of the Hanseatic League and one of the richest cities in the Middle Ages. Its old town is surrounded by water and was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site. Monuments like the Holstentor (Holsten Gate) standing at the entrance of the old town is a symbol and stands for the beautiful image of the city. Continue to Schwerin, a city that is characterized for its richness in water and forests, abundance of cultural treasures and a fascinating intact old town.
Day 4 Schwerin - Wismar - Bad Doberan - Rostock
Visit the wonderful Schwerin Castle, located on an island in the center of town. Afterwards continue to Wismar, situated on the shores of the Baltic Sea. It is famous for its port, historical monuments with the typical red-brick gothic style and the great hospitality of its locals. Continue the day travelling to Rostock, don’t forget a short stop in Bad Doberan.
Day 5 Rostock - Stralsund - Rügen
Rostock, a Hanseatic city for more than 800 years that still preserves its ancient charm. Today it offers multiple cultural aspects along with the seaside resort of Warnemünde. The architecture of the city
highlights the historical houses showing facades from different periods: gothic, renaissance and baroque. Afterwards continue to Stralsund. While going through the medieval alleys of the city you still can feel the “Seefahrtsromantik”. Leaving Stralsund cross one of the longest bridges in Germany in order to reach the Rügen Island. It is famous for its stunning white cliffs that you can discover during a boat tour.
Day 6 Rügen - Güstrow - Berlin
On the way to Berlin stop in the lovely city of Güstrow. The historic center impresses with its half-timbered houses made of gothic brick, with magnificent buildings that date back to renaissance times and the neoclassic town hall.
Day 7 Berlin
End of Tour.
Extend your tour in Berlin and visit the “Kurfürstendamm, the Brandenburg Gate and Postdam square.