Seebad Ahlbeck Travel Guide

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Seebad Ahlbeck Things to Do

  • Bimmelbahn (tourist toy train)

    There are hourly trips from the Seebrücke with this small tourist toy train in the warm season. On certain days they also do longer trips. Please inquire at the tourist information for the schedule.

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  • Take a leisurely ride

    In a horse drawn carriage like in the long gone times. We saw such a horse drawn carriage and the coachman pointed out the sights and explained them. An hour costs around 50 Euro and has to be booked ahead.

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  • Clock

    The clock was donated in 1911 by a wealthy guest. It is situated on the square in front of the pier and is built in art nouveau style.

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Seebad Ahlbeck Transportation

  • By train to Poland

    Bad Ahlbeck is served by the Usedomer Baederbahn (UBB) which belongs to Deutsche Bahn. You my travel from Stralsund by UBB to Usedom island.Recently, they have extended the line to Swinemuende (Swinoujcie) in Poland. We took the train back to Poland but it wasn’t easy to get a ticket when you only have Polish money on you. Since we took the train...

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  • By ship

    At least in summer you may travel to Bad Ahlbeck by excursion ship from other towns along the island of Usedom. Some ships also go to Swinemuende (Swinoujcie) in Poland.

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  • You can easily get to Ahlbeck

    If you are in Germany, you can easily come to Ahlbeck by car or by train. And if you're in Poland, you can come here by a tourist ship or a bus, which connect Ahlbeck with Miedzyzdroje (Misdroy) and Swinoujscie (Swinemunde).

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Seebad Ahlbeck Local Customs

  • Beach chairs

    Walking along the beach we saw a lot of roofed wicker beach chairs which can be rented for any length of time. They all have a number and you can sort of lock them up so that nobody can use them otherwise.

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  • Nudist beach

    When you come walking from Poland then you may see a sign announcing a nudist beach 300 meters further on. We came on a not so warm day so we saw it hardly in use. But if you are bothered by the nudists, then I recommed that you walk elsewhere i.e. further inland along the road.

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  • Dog business

    Dogs are generally welcome in Bad Ahlbeck but mind where your dog does his business. It’s not allowed just anywhere and please pick it up and dispose of it properly.There is also a portion of the beach reserved for people with dogs. It’s located towards Poland and the nudist beach.

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Seebad Ahlbeck Warnings and Dangers

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    by yumyum Written Oct 10, 2009

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    We arrived on foot from Poland and hadn’t planned to go come to Germany on our day trip, so we didn’t have any Euro with us. I thought that this wouldn’t be a problem and expected to see some ATM somewhere. But we never saw one as the ATMs must have been hiding from us. This meant that I couldn’t buy any ice cream nor drinks which was somewhat frustrating because I thought that visiting such a beach resort is more fun with having an ice cream on the sea promenade or a drink on the pier.

    So, always carry 5 or 10 Euro with you even when you don't plan to hop across the border!

    buildings at the promenade

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