Schwerin is a town in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.It is the state capital, and with fewer than 95,000 inhabitants is also the smallest German state capital. Nevertheless it is a very beautiful city with loads of things to do and see. It is a ideal base for trips to the surrounding lake landscape (Mecklenburgische Seenplatte) as well as to the Baltic Sea coast. Schwerin has a certain provincial charm that is very distinct from nearby cities like Rostock and Hamburg. As there is no major University in Schwerin, the city has a lack of young people as many have to leave for their studies. This makes Schwerin a beautiful, silent but not very young and hip administrative capital of the north eastern state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.There are Busses from Berlin and Rostock. (Meinfernbus, Flixbus)The town is also very well connected by train.Best way to get around is definitely by bicycle. As city is not big and has many nice bike lanes, you can pretty much get anywhere within 20-30 min.The centre can be discovered by foot.Climb the tower of the Schwerin Cathedral. Go via the main entrance, then go to the back of the pews, pay the attendant º¬2 and climb the spiral staircase. At the top, there are 360 degree views of the city.
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