Visit the towns of Wismar and Schwerin, famous for their Gothic architecture and cathedrals. After arrival in Wismar, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Hanseatic city, go on a walking tour through the old city. Enjoy the revealing architecture including the three main churches, the town hall, the magnificent Fürstenhof Palace and the Old Swede, built in 1380 and Wismar’s oldest surviving example of merchants’ residence. Depart Wismar and arrive in the old town of Schwerin for a guided city walk where you will see the city’s highlights such as the historical buildings in the old town, the Mecklenburg State Theatre and the medieval Schwerin Cathedral, an imposing Romanesque Gothic red-brick building. Pay an inside visit to the magnificent Schloss Schwerin, which is a picturesque castle located on an island and is the capital’s most famous building. Time permitting, you’ll have some leisure time in Wismar and Schwerin to stroll around the market square and have lunch in a traditional restaurant. Return to Warnemunde in the early evening having unveiled the treasures of Northern Germany.