Heringsdorf – imperial architecture and beaches
The traditional seaside resort of Heringsdorf on the island of Usedom has a rich history and enchants visitors with its famous resort architecture.
Heringsdorf is a seaside resort and one of three traditional imperial spas by the Baltic Sea. Usedom is Germany's sunniest island and offers visitors a beach spanning 42 kilometres that is perfect whether you prefer to relax or take a walk. Heringsdorf is famous mainly thanks to its 508 meter long pier that was built in 1893, as well as its classical villas that are so typical of the Baltic Sea resort architecture style. Numerous stores, cafés and restaurants invite you to browse. We also recommend a visit to the unique shell museum on the pier or to the observatory. Not far from the pier lies the Steigenberger Grand Hotel and Spa, right next to the longest boardwalk in Germany – ideal for trips out to the island or to Peenemünde.
(right in the hotel)
Costs: € 19/day
About 1 km from the hotel
Costs: € 2/hour, € 9/day
Heringsdorf Train Station
Distance: 0.5 km (on foot)
Shuttle service: free on request
Estimated taxi fare: € 6 (one way)
Distance: 12.5 km
Shuttle service: € 25