Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is located in northeastern Germany. Its attractions include primarily beautiful Baltic beaches and the island of Rügen. Due to the numerous lakes, the region is also great for water sports.
The country covers a sparsely populated area covered by forests. It includes the Mecklenburg Lake District, where the largest lake in Germany, Müritz, is located. The lakes here attract water sports enthusiasts because they can be used for sailing and canoeing. There are numerous campsites and campsites on the banks.
However, the coast of Mecklenburg attracts the most tourists. The beaches are covered with light sand, and above them are clustered islands of grass. The region's most important holiday center is Rügen with its chalk cliffs and centers that remember the pre-war times.
The capital of the land is Schwerin, whose most important monument is the Castle of the Dukes standing on the island. The neo-Gothic building is often called a fairy tale castle because of its shape.
Other large cities in the region, such as Rostock, Wismar, Stralsund and Greifswald, boast preserved old towns from the Middle Ages.