The harbour town Sassnitz where fishing boats and tour ferries set out to the sea, is the starting point for many tours into the National Park. The old city centre with its well-kept and historic houses lined along the narrow lanes is purely picturesque. An elegantly curved suspension bridge connects the centre with the town harbour where fishermen bring their catch ashore. The nearby located former British submarine HMS Otus serves today as a floating naval museum and is open for visitors daily.
Towns on Rügen
A stroll along the longest outer mole of Europe with its 1,444 metres across the Baltic Sea will be rewarded by a tasty marinated or smoked fish bun.
Exciting tour to the island’s only theatre offers unique insights into historical architecture of the royal playhouse.
Enjoy the splendid organ melodies of the historic Grüneberg organ at St. Mary’s abbey.