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Island-Hopping: Off to the Baltic Sea

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The Baltic Sea is a 412.500 km2 large and up to 459m deep inland sea, enclosed by Scandinavia, Finland and the north of Europe. Depending on where one draws the boundaries, between 50 to 85 million people inhabit the area. The large islands belonging to Germany are Fehmarn, Rügen and Usedom.


The southern part of the Baltic Sea is located in a temperate climate zone, where in Germany conditions are relatively maritime. The seasonal travel period is from June to August, although trips to the baltic sea have nice aspects all year-round. From wellness, biking, cultural tourism to island-hopping: the Baltic Sea offers everything.

The island Femarn lies below the Holstein peninsula of Wagrien, by the Lübeck Bay, and is connected to the mainland via the Fehmarnsund-bride as part of the Puttgarden-Rødby route between Germany and Denmark.
Rügen, the largest of the german isles, is connected to the mainland at Stralsund by the Rügen-damm and the Rügen-bridge. Rügen also has some offshore islands, of which Hiddensee is the most well-known.
Usedom, whose easternmost belongs to Poland, is known for many beautiful lakes on the peninsula.
Furthermore, large, marine, annual events such as the “Kieler Week” or “Hanse Sail” each attract millions of tourists.


These are some attractions you simply cannot miss: