The tower of St. Petri on the high bank of the Warnow River is 117m high and for hundreds of years it was a landmark for seamen and fishermen. Today, an elevator (suitable for wheelchairs as well) leads to the viewing platform, which is 44m high. The Gothic spire was destroyed during the Second World War and reconstructed in 1994.
Opening times: May to September - 10am-6pm daily, October to April - 10am-4pm daily
Elevator ride to the viewing platform: €3; €2.50 per person for groups of 10 or more