Schwerin is well connected to the German railway network. From 'Schwerin Mitte' or 'Schwerin Hauptbahnhof' take the tram 1 or 2 directon 'Hegelstraße' and exit at 'Leibnizstraße'.
Schwerin is reachable via the motorways A 14, A 20 and A 24. Directly in front of the TV tower, there is a large car park.
Disover Schwerin with the 'Petermännchen', a local city tours bus line (March to November). The trip takes about an hour. Start is on the market. The yourney leads through the beautiful castle garden, along the Lake Schwerin and through the historic old town.
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Invite your loved one to a romantic candlelight dinner over the clouds and enjoy the incomparable view far beyond Schwerin, the city of lakes and forests. The Schwerin TV tower makes it possible.
Imagine the following scenario: You sit at a pretty decorated table, enjoy a delicious meal and a good wine and watch from a height 101 m the sunset over Schwerin. The restaurant in the Schwerin TV tower makes it possible and offer a special candlelight menu.
Enjoy the special ambiance away from the hustle and bustle of normal life. Whether birthday, Valentine's Day, wedding day – ultimately, every reason can be converted to a beautiful experience. Especially in the evening is worth a visit on the Schwerin TV tower, because there wakes up the city in a sea of glittering lights.
A candlelight dinner in the restaurant of the Schwerin TV tower is the crowning completion after an exciting day in Schwerin and its surroundings. Discover Schwerin by foot or by boat. The city has a lot to offer. Schwerin Castle, Lake Schwerin, Schleifmühle, Paulskirche, Schweriner Dom are just a few.
Schwerin TV tower
Hamburger Allee 72 - 74
Escape Address: Hamburger Allee 72-74, 19063, Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
Schwerin is the capital and of the northern German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Schwerin Castle is not only the landmark of the city, it is also the seat of the Landtag (state parliament). Another part of the castle is a museum. Due to its romantic appearance, the Schwerin Castle is also known as "Neuschwanstein of the North".
With the traditional 'Weiße Flotte' (white fleet), you can experience a trip on the Lake Schwerin (the sea has an area of 60 km²) and enjoy the unique views of the fairytale castle and the Orangerie. During the season, the ships depart daily to various voyages. The ships start from the landing stage in front of the castle. Alternativly you can charter a boat (also without a license).
Schwerin offers diverse shopping facilities for example the 'Marienplatz-Galerie', the 'Schlosspark-Center' or the 'Schweriner Höfe', not to forget the promenades in the pedestrian zone of the old town.