Güstrow is a small town south of Rostock, Germany. The region doesn’t have many touristic highlights, but there is one place you shouldn’t leave out: the Wildpark MV (the MV refers to the federal state Mecklenburg-Vorpommern). The wildlife park started after World War II with just local wild boars and deer, but it was extended continuously over time.
Today it is two hundred hectares large and gives a home to bears, lynxes, raccoons, squirrels, owls, and deer. Very impressive is the area for wolves: you can walk over it on a wooden path or watch the animals in caves. I’ve never come these animals and their howling so close. Different playgrounds and a coffee bar and restaurant (with mostly fried food) give you all you need for a nice day.