Breathtaking northern landscapes, dense green forests, white chalk cliffs, sand beaches, lonesome lighthouses, small villages connected by vintage steam trains, and the Colossus of Prora, a monumental seaside resort built by the Nazi regime – all these elements make Rügen, Germany’s largest island, a very special place like no other.
Rügen has been one of Germany’s most popular travel destinations for centuries; Bismarck, Sigmund Freud, Thomas Mann and Albert Einstein vacationed here. During the GDR years, it was hidden from the eyes of the world, functioning as a place of escape for the ruling elite. It’s only now when Rügen Island is beginning to emerge from the shadows of it’s dark past and allows us to discover the treasures of this lesser known corner of Germany.
We invite you to join us on our travel to this special place. Bring yourself and your audience to a place that is meditative and care-free. Unlock this photo pack full of 137 high-resolution images with island’s most incredible sights.