Still haven’t been in Wismar, the beautiful town of Germany? Let’s travel as there is what to see.
Wismar is an old Hanseatic city whose streets are like stained with medieval paintings. This old city is known since the 12th century. The Old Town hidden between hustle and bustle of the lush vegetation is the main tourist attraction center on the North Sea coast. There are many famous architectural monuments in the Old Town: the Water Gate, St. Virgin Mary and St. Church of St. Michael, Town Hall, “Old Swedish”. The Market Square, surrounded by Renaissance and Baroque buildings, is so beautiful that it is more like decorations of a stage than a real painting. The old town of Wismar is World Heritage site.
The medieval Hanseatic city of Wismar is the only survived town of the same size and location along the whole southern coast of the Baltic Sea. In the 14th and 15th centuries, it was a major Hanseatic trading center. The historic port dock opens up the authentic face of the former Hanseatic city. In every step, past witnesses are found. The World Heritage site features the Classicism style Town Hall and Renaissance-style pavilion “Vismar Water Art”, the famous bourgeois house, and the Vismar Museum of History, Schabbelhaus.