The neoclassical building is the heart of the approximately 7 ha. Gutspark.
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Landsdorf is located so that many day trips can be started from here. Here are just a few suggestions that we give our guests on the way.
Stralsund and Rügen:
The Hanseatic city is a World Heritage Site and can be reached by car within half an hour. Even the approach on the highway, which leads in large parts through beautiful avenues, is an experience. After a visit to the historic old town with its impressive brick Gothic architecture, the Ozeaneum invites you to an underwater trip through the northern seas. From the Stralsund harbor you can see Rügen. If you're here, you may want to see the chalk cliffs that have inspired Caspar David Friedrich, visit the seaside resort of Prora, admire the classicist buildings of Putbus, or visit one of the island's famous seaside resorts.
The island is located west of Rügen. In the harbor of Stralsund there are boats that drive directly to the island. The crossing is always very nice. Arrive, it is advisable to borrow a bike and to cross the island on the bike. The Gerhart Hauptmann Haus and also the landmark of the island, the Hiddenseer lighthouse, are open to visitors. Hiddensee became famous as a retreat for well-known artists and freethinkers.
Bad Doberan and Heiligendamm:
Of course, the Hanseatic cities of Rostock and Wismar lure in other directions. Wismar is also a World Heritage Site. Between the two cities lies Bad Doberan. The former Cistercian monastery on site is the first monastery ever founded in Mecklenburg. The associated monastery church, the Doberaner Münster, is one of the most important high Gothic brick buildings in the country. A visit is very impressive. Only 6 km away from here is the district Heiligendamm. The path to the oldest seaside resort in Germany leads over one of the longest lime tree avenues in our country. There is also the possibility to take the "Molli" train to the "White City by the Sea". The white former lodging, bathing and social buildings go to the end of the 18. Century back. The splendor of the ensemble has meant that Heiligendamm was considered the most beautiful seaside resort at all.
The University and Hanseatic city of Greifswald is also no more than three quarters of an hour from here. Founded in 1456, the university is one of the oldest in the world, and the city's market square, with its freestanding town hall, is considered one of the most beautiful in northern Germany. C.D. Friedrich was born in Greifswald. The Pomeranian State Museum exhibits works by the artist and above all the Caspar David Friedrich Center is dedicated to one of the most important painters and draftsmen of the German early romanticism. The monastery ruin Eldena, one of his famous motifs, is still standing today and can be visited.
Of course, the proximity to Fischland-Darß-Zingst invites to a tour. The 45-kilometer peninsula lies between Rostock and Stralsund and separates the Bodden chain from the open Baltic Sea. With the children we like to drive to Dierhagen on the 7 km long beach or on to Ahrenshoop. Here was the end of the 19th Century founded an artists' colony. Ahrenshoop with its many thatched houses is also a charming place away from the cultural history. The beach is very nice and invites you to walk, sunbathe and swim. The crossing of the peninsula ends from the west in Zingst. The place is known not only for its 250 meters long pier and the beautiful beach. The Vorpommersche Boddenlandschaft National Park is located in the immediate vicinity. The own website advertises that the national park "is a special experience in every season. The balancing of the birds in the soft green of the awakening nature, the surprising wild encounters in the rich colors of the summer, the impressive bird migration in the brightly colored tones of the autumn with the impressive spectacle of the crane rest as well as the relaxing vastness of the winter landscape are of great sustainability for any nature lover ".
St. Thomas and Grenztalmoor in Tribsees:
In Tribsees - the former Ackerbaustädtchen, which has city rights since 1285 - it is above all the St. Thomas Church to visit. This was in the 14. Built in the 16th century, it houses one of the largest extant Buchholz organs and the "Tribseer Mühlealtar", a jewel of medieval art. The NaBu suggests hiking trails through the Grenztalmoor.
Further tips: Baumwipfelpfad on Rügen, Vogelpark in Marlow, Rostock Zoo, Boddentherme in Ribnitz-Dammgarten or Freizeitbad in Greifswald