Since the 1st of September 2023, the city of Stralsund has implemented a bed tax for all tourists visiting the city. This tax amounts to five percent of the net accommodation price and is to be paid by guests at the hotel. We appreciate your understanding!

Stralsund: between tradition and modernity

Leisure and excursion tips around the Wyndham Stralsund HanseDom

Although HanseDom water park is probably the main reason for your visit, there is much more awaiting you in Stralsund. It is not without reason that the Hanseatic city was declared UNESCO World Heritage. Tradition and modernity harmoniously melt together in the picturesque alleys where, next to the many museums, beautiful terraces invite you to linger and soak up the maritime flair. There are countless opportunities to learn more about the Baltic Sea and its inhabitants - from the former sailing school ship Gorch Fock to the OZEANEUM and the Oceanographic Museum (Meeresmuseum). Extensive cycling and hiking path around Stralsund invite to explore the breathtaking nature of Northern Germany.

A maritime flair, untouched nature and a vast cultural offer can not only be found in Stralsund, but also on the surrounding islands like Rügen or Hiddensee and, of course, in the many small towns that spread alongside the Baltic Sea coast.

Scroll down to find out more about our favourite spots in and around Stralsund. For more insider's tips, ask our front desk staff or send us an email.


Wyndham Hotel Stralsund HanseDom
Grünhufer Bogen 18 - 20
18437 Stralsund