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After arriving at the train station and leaving the station grounds, you will find the first tourist map with an overview of the attractions in front of the bridge to the city center. The route to the market square with the town church and town hall is short and easy to find thanks to further signposts, and from there, the visual axes and other signs draw you towards Krempertor and the associated museum, which is only open on request in the off-season, from where the dérive method is used as a technique for exploring towns, allowing you to discover the nearby Marienhof and cemetery. The route then leads along the larger streets through the residential areas in the east of the city, where the signage does not go beyond simple street signs, and back to the harbor. There, tourist signposts are again available to guide you back to the town center or the market square, as well as along the water towards Pelzerhaken. In conclusion, it can be said that the main tourist attractions, such as the town church, Krempertor or the harbor, are easy to find when drifting through the town and taking into account the tourist infrastructure.

Lost in the City: drifting through the city

The tourist information office is easy to find thanks to several signposts and is located on the eastern side of the harbor. It is also open daily during the week in the low season and offers personal information as well as a wide range of detailed information material about Neustadt (e.g. art kilometers or city walks) and offers in almost all communities in Ostholstein and the surrounding area (e.g. bicycle tours). There you can also get culinary recommendations for lunchtime so that you can plan the rest of your day with the new information you have received. The route continues along the Baltic coast to Pelzerhaken, which boasts a large sandy beach and a pier. There are also campsites, restaurants, cafés and souvenir stores here. Overall, Neustadt and the surrounding area, which can be explored by bike, especially in summer, offer a number of tourist attractions. A visit to the tourist information office also provides information about suitable activities at any time of year.

Found in the City: With a map through the city

Arriving by car, we started our exploration tour of Stubbekøbing at the new city library. A few minutes' walk along the main road to the west takes you to a newly designed park area. A striking feature of this area is a long, footbridge-like path with built-in seating. The 100-metre-long "bench" is depicted on an information sign on the shore, but the information text is only in Danish, and from the jetty, where you can swim in the Baltic Sea, a path leads to the harbour area. The appearance of the harbour area is dominated by a large silo and a station concourse, and there are large information signs at the ferry terminal, where most of the information is also in Danish, but information about cycling and other summer activities is also translated into German and English, and signs pointing the way to attractions such as the Motorcycle Museum can be found at the larger intersections. Along the main street with its stores you reach the old town center, where you will find the brick building of the town hall, the church and a 0km stone. However, there is no further information about these buildings or the stone.

Lost in the city: drifting through the city

The signposted "Info Café" is located in a small corner building directly on the main street. Contrary to the opening hours given on Google Maps, the tourist information office was not open. A notice (written in Danish) told us that the tourist information office would not open again until the main summer season. After conversations with locals and further internet research, it turned out that all museums, such as the Ethnographic Museum or the Motorcycling Museum, were closed and that there were no other (indoor) activities in Stubbekøbing itself. There is no accommodation in the form of hotels or vacation homes; you can only stay overnight at the campsite or in the surrounding area. This shows that Stubbekøbing is geared more towards summer tourism (if at all). Due to its direct location on the water, space for outdoor activities such as horse riding or sailing and as a stopover on the Copenhagen-Berlin cycle route, (day) tourists come to the town from time to time. However, there is a lack of tourist attractions or accommodation options to extend the tourists' stay. As part of the silo redevelopment, a hotel is to be built that could improve Stubbekøbing's future as a tourist destination.

Found in the City: Through the city with a map

Carina Hoffmann, Julian Rink

SPM 1 I Planning and Building International I WiSe 23/24

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