The oldest seaside resort of the German Baltic coast can be easily reached in just 15 minutes with the historic steam Train "Molli".
Already more than 100 years ago, Heiligendamm was a fashionable meeting place for the European aristocracy and the great bourgeoisie, faithful to the inscription on the gable of the Kurhaus: "Cheerfulness awaits you here, you get healthy the bath".
After Heiligendamm was given a sad decay for many years, the ensemble of unique classical buildings has been shining back in the old splendour since 2002.
Worthwhile is a visit to the pier, the Evangelical Forest Church, the Catholic Forest Chapel and the oldest racecourse in Europe, especially the annual "Baltic Meeting" in midsummer.
18209 Bad Doberan
The popular first German seaside resort is by no means an unknown place, above all by the G8 summit from 2007. The pier and the Grand Hotel Heiligendamm form the central point of contact for the city and make many eyes grow. Whether a normal walk on the promenade or the pier, the simple elegance of the Baltic Sea Bath is reflected in the whole city.
The unique luxury Beach hotel in Heiligendamm is the town centre of the small "white City by the sea". It is excellent with 5 stars and above all by the G8 summit in 2007 most people a term. Exclusive service in a quiet location right on the kilometre-long sandy beach.