The Feisnecksee, also called Feisneck, is located on the southeastern outskirts of Waren in the northwest of the Müritz National Park in the district Mecklenburg Lake District in Southeast Mecklenburg. The lake is connected to the northwest lying Binnenmüritz by a very narrow, flat and not drivable moat. The road leads here over a small of large vehicles only one-lane passable bridge. The land bridge is at this point about 150 meters wide. The lake is a typical glacial Rinnensee and divided by a constriction and the larger Burgwallinsel lying above it in a north and a south basin. It is about 3100 meters long and 600 meters wide. Near the southern part lies the Warener district Damerow.
Waren (Müritz) is with over 21.300 inhabitants a Mittelstadt and a health resort in the district of Mecklenburg Lake District in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Today Waren is the main town on the Müritz and a center of the holiday region Mecklenburg Lake District. The largely well-preserved old town with many historic buildings, the NaturErlebnisZentrum Müritzeum, the festival of the Müritz saga, the city harbor and the regional nature are major attractions.
From Sweden 🇸🇪 to come back to Germany, there are some possibilities. This is the fastest version.Recommendation: detour to Sassnitz city, right at the entrance to the town center drive. Parking garage use and not parking in advance or other places. Police are often on site and the parking garage is super cheap. Currently 1 EUR per started hour.
Very tasty fish is available at the "cutter fisherman" in the city harbor. A stroll through the city is also worthwhile. If you are on the way through, you should take your time. 👋
Between Stockholm and Trelleborg a way to leave the E4 times and rest. A beautiful city with many young people, certainly through the university. A stroll worthwhile as a tourist passing all times. Right on the harbor you can eat something and let the evening sun shine a bit on the nose. 🌞
If you want to go boating and take in the archipelago, I recommend Vaxholm. In front of the Grand Hotel in Stockholm City every 1/4 hour boats go to the archipelago in front of Stockholm. The boat trip takes a good hour, is paid on the ship 🚢 by credit card.
There is so much to see in Stockholm that you probably need tens of sightseeing tours to explore everything worth seeing. For Midsummer night, I recommend the visit of the "Skansen". A park-like large area, where also typical local traditions maintained and 21.6. to be shown. The entrance fee is quite steep, but you get a lot of offers. Animals, aquarium, music, dance ect. pp.
Das Leben ist schön. Noch schöner in und mit der Natur!