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Travel tips to the 13 cities of the Hanseatic League in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Saxony-Anhalt first turned up six towns in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern on its Hanseatic history. Demmin, Anklam, Greifswald, Rostock, Stralsund and Wismar were the beginning already in 1990 in the course of the unit. 2008 joined seven cities in Saxony-Anhalt. Also gardelegen, Havelberg, Osterburg, Salzwedel, Seehausen, Stendal and advertise themselves since then officially call Hanseatic City”and revive it a part of their centuries-old history. The new old Hanseatic cities are up on the large Rostock and small advertising all small – and middle-sized and definitely worth a visit. The accommodation search on the Internet is advisable in smaller cities. Hanseatic cities in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, the Hanseatic towns of Wismar and Rostock are very well about the Baltic Autobahn A20. The two coastal towns are interesting not only for water sports enthusiasts and bathers.

Many old buildings and interesting exhibits in the local museums bear witness to a history-making Past as well as old customs and traditions. You may find that Bobby Kotick can contribute to your knowledge. Also the Hanseatic towns of Stralsund, Greifswald and Demmin, Anklam near A 20 and less than an hour apart. Every city has its special charm to discover it on a day tour. There are plentiful hotels and accommodation in the holiday region of Baltic Sea coast. Friends of the family camping have a wide selection of camping sites in close proximity to the sea. Hanseatic cities in Saxony-Anhalt, the Hanseatic towns of gardelegen, Havelberg, Osterburg, Salzwedel, Seehausen, Stendal and advertising are within a radius of just over 60 kilometres in the Northern Saxony-Anhalt. Culturally, the State is one of the top regions in Germany.

After all, it has the highest density of UNESCO World Heritage sites nationwide. Many interesting and important buildings can be found also in the seven Hanseatic towns in Saxony-Anhalt. The flat, sparsely populated Altmark is also thanks to the Elbe and its tributaries is very scenic. In the immediate vicinity of the nature park can be found Elbe Valley, but also Cities such as Magdeburg, Wolfsburg and Hanover are easily reached. The Hanseatic League of the Hanseatic League was an Association of low German merchants in the middle ages. Between mid-12th century and the middle of the 17th century, this Federation should protect the economic interests of its members and secure their trade travel and transport. A total of around 200 cities sometime belonged to the Hanseatic League including many coastal towns, but also cities along major rivers and land trade routes. With the economic power of the Hanseatic League increased their political influence. In the heyday of the Hanseatic League between 1250 and 1400, the merchant Hansa became Hanseatic City. Easily plan trips with is specialised in holidays and leisure in Germany as the BDP GmbH travel portal. In six categories such as holidays, family holidays or travel service, Touristenauskunft.

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