You can completely end the day with a walk across the Zinnowitzer pier
take it easy. Strolling comfortably, with fish sandwiches or ice cream and with a view of the blue sea, you can hardly imagine which eventful history actually preceded the construction of today's Zinnowitzer pier.
After a footbridge was built in Zinnowitz in 1897 for the transport of holiday guests by ship, in 1908 a "real" pier was built. Conversions and expansions finally made it possible to use this as a landing stage for the fast steamers operating in regular service. However, the bridge had to be demolished after the end of the Second World War due to severe weather damage. In the autumn of 1993, today's pier, which is equipped with an end and intermediate platform, was officially opened. It got the sonorous name "Vineta" - like the legendary city that, according to tradition, went down centuries ago in the Baltic Sea.
Since 2006, visitors and locals have been on the Usedomer Vineta Bridge on a diving gondola for a short trip into the exciting world of the Baltic Sea: A total of 24 people can slide four and a half meters below the water surface and marvel at the flora and fauna off the coast of the island of Usedom. Entertaining 3D films give first-hand insights into life in the sea.
March 15, 2019
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