The area around Stralsund's market place is one cause for the pride of every Hanseatic citizen. It was already populated around 1200, when it was not only the major location for trade but also housed the local court for jurisdiction. The surrounding beautiful buildings are witnesses of the historical and economic importance of Stralsund in the Middle Ages. The Gothic ‘Wulflamhaus’ built in the year 1380 belongs to one of the city’s most extraordinary medieval gabled houses. A feast for the eyes is the town hall with its lavishly designed front.
Hanse Center Bentwisch promises an afternoon of fun, with a shopping center and shops featuring popular brands in clothing, electronics, sporting goods and more. A number of restaurants and eateries promises a refreshing bite after a long day. The Hanse Center Bentwisch is a multi-purpose venue offering a variety of services like car wash, ATM, Post-office and gas station. With plenty of available space, you're sure to find an interesting exhibition or two when you visit, which means there's something new to discover each time.