Hanse day today

In the old days, at the time of the medieval Hanseatic League, the member towns and cities met on a “Hanse Day” in order to agree on joint action. The new HANSE has revived this tradition. Every year a different Hanseatic city hosts the event, enabling members to exchange ideas and experience, make acquaintances and celebrate.

 

Hanseatic days of modern age

                                                                                          
2017 Kampen (Netherlands) 15-18 June 2016 Bergen (Norway) 09.-12.06.
2018 Rostock (Germany) 21-24 June 2015 Viljandi (Estonia) 04-07 June
2019 Pskov (Russia) 27-30 June 2014 Lübeck (Germany) 22-25 May
2020 Brilon (Germany) 4-7 June 2013 Herford (Germany) 13-16 June
2021 Riga (Latvia) 19-22 August 2012 Lüneburg (Germany) 28 June - 1 July
2022 Neuss (Germany) 26-29 May 2011 Kaunas (Lithuania) 19-22 May
2023 Torun (Poland) 2010 Pärnu (Estonia)
2024 Gdansk (Poland) 2009 Welikij Nowgorod (Russia)
2025 Visby (Sweden) 2008 Salzwedel (Germany)
2026 Stargard Szeczinski (Poland) 2007 Lippstadt (Germany)
2027 Braunschweig (Germany) 2006 Osnabrück (Germany)
2028 Stralsund (Germany) 2005 Tartu (Estonia)
2029 Wismar (Germany) 2004 Turku (Finland)
2030 Zwolle (Netherlands) 2003 Frankfurt (Oder) u. Slubice
2031 Harderwijk (Netherlands)
2002 Brügge (Belgium)
2032 Elbląg (Poland)
2001 Riga (Latvia)
2033 Pskov (Russia)
2000 Zwolle (Netherlands)
2034 Kaliningrad (Russia)
1999 Oldenzaal (Netherlands)
2035 Edinburgh (Scotland)
1998 Visby (Sweden)
2036 Warburg (Germany)
1997 Gdansk (Poland)
1996 Bergen (Norway)
1995 Soest (Germany)
1994 Stade (Germany)
1993 Münster (Deutschland)
1992 Tallinn (Estonia)
1991 Wesel (Germany)
1990 Deventer u. Zutphen (Netherlands)
1989 Hamburg (Germany)
1988 Köln (Germany)
1987 Kalmar (Sweden)
1986 Duisburg (Germany)
1985 Braunschweig (Germany)
1984 Neuss (Germany)
1983 Lübeck (Germany)
1982 Dortmund (Germany)
1980 Zwolle (Netherlands)