Listed as one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites, Wismar is a Hanseatic League town and a small port in the northern part of Germany. During World War II, numerous buildings were damaged, but the medieval center of the town luckily survived. Its well-protected harbor has a natural elevation that juts out into the sea, resulting in a unique charm that is all its own. And because it is easily accessible by road and sea, Wismar became known as an industrial center for manufacturing companies of foodstuffs, precision instruments, furniture, metal products and vehicle parts.

Today, the town is a popular tourist destination because of the well-preserved historic centers that offer a glimpse into the past. By taking a walk through Wismar’s winding streets, you will be able to see many highlights of the town, which include four awe-inspiring churches, the colossal market square and the neoclassical Town Hall. The breathtaking view of the seafront, as well as the fish market and surrounding historic buildings will give you an idea of what it was like in the seafaring days of old

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Baltic Sea
German Baltic Sea
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