The University and Hanseatic city of Greifswald has a broad cultural and leisure offer. It is the birthplace of the famous German painter Caspar David Friedrich, who is remembered in the Caspar-David-Friedrich Center and with his own picture path that takes you through the city to important points of the paintier's life.
The historic Old Town invites you to stroll the streets and marvel at their impressive red brick buildings from the brick Gothic and the market place with its gabled houses. The city's museums, universitiy, churches and theater make it a must-see for culture lovers.
Greifswald's location at the Baltic Sea means there are plenty of water activities on offer. Sailing trips, Twaler tours, surfing or kayaking, everything your water-loving heart could ask for, is possible here! And if you prefer to stay on land, join a bike tour to explore the beautiful nature.