municipality in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany

Heringsdorf is the famous seaside resort Kaiserbad on Usedom Island on the German Baltic Sea Coast bordering the Polish city of Świnoujście (Swinemünde). It is composed of the three spa areas known as Ahlbeck, Bansin and Heringsdorf (which forms the center).

The beach in Heringsdorf seen from northwest

Get in Edit

Usedom is well-connected for travellers throughout the year.

By train Edit

The Usedomer Bäderbahn[dead link] (UBB) connects the island from Stralsund via Wolgast to Swinemünde.

  • 1 Bahnhof Seebad Heringsdorf.  

By car Edit

Bridges connect the island via the federal streets Züstrin (B 110) and in Wolgast (B111).

By plane Edit

Get around Edit

Map of Heringsdorf

See Edit

  • 1 Heringsdorf pier (Seebrücke Heringsdorf). at 508 metres Germany's longest pier.    
  • Bäderarchitektur (Resort architecture). Along the promenade you will find a number of interesting villas
  • 2 Ahlbeck Pier. 280 m (920 ft) the oldest pier in Germany    

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Heringsdorf, Ahlbeck and Bansin each have their own distinctive centers with a nightlife of their own. Don't expect too many wild parties though, as they have a rather laidback flair with elegant lounges, cozy pubs and intimate music venues. Bordering Świnoujście (nicknamed "Swini") is known for its colourful nightlife with various dancing clubs.


Sleep Edit

There are a large number of hotels and holiday rentals in the area. See also the entries under eat and drink for hotels.

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