MICHELIN Travel Discover the world
Home > > > > > Tourist attractions

Leaving for Germany

Advertisement

Modify the search

Tourist attractions

Mots-clés
Green Guide Stars

Green Guide Stars

Distance

Distance

Catégories

Star rating

Tourist attractions Schwerin

Enlarge map

Sort by :

  • distance
  • rating
  • 1 Schlosskapelle Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Lennestr. D - 19053 Schwerin

    The castle chapel was built between 1560 and 1563. The Renaissance galleries and vaulting are supported by Tuscan columns.

  • 2 Schloss Schwerin Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Lennestraße D - 19053 Schwerin

    Built between 1845 and 1857 in neo-Renaissance style with Gothic and Baroque features, this is one of the most important 19C civic buildings in Germany. The palace was once the residence of the Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. The rooms are decora..

  • 3 Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Lennestr. D - 19053 Schwerin

    Created in the mid 18C, this Baroque garden is organized around canals in the form of a cross and rectilinear walks. It is peopled with statues (copies) by Balthazar Permoser.

  • 4 Schwerin National Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    Alter Garten 3 D - 19055 Schwerin

    This neo-Classical building (1877-1882) houses Dutch and Flemish collections from the 17C and European collections from the 18C and 19C. Vestiges of Stone Age Slav settlements can be seen in the prehistory section.

  • 5 Schwerin Cathedral Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Bischofstr. D - 19055 Schwerin

    Built in brick in the Gothic style between the 14C and 15C, the church contains several very interesting works of art. They include a Gothic altarpiece (c 1480), a number of 14C funerary plaques and frescoes dating from 1335 in the Chapel of the Assu..

  • 6 Marketplace

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Am Markt D - 19055 Schwerin

    Four late 17C half-timbered gabled houses have been preserved next to the town hall. The so-called New Building was erected between 1783 and 1785 in the Classic style with Doric columns and was designed as a chamber of commerce.

Top of page