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More About Rostock

Rostock, the largest city in northeastern Germany does have several winning cards up its sleeves.

Rostock's seaside suburb of Warnemünde is really quite stunning, Rostock’s nightlife is the best north of Berlin and the city is a good base for several day trips. Most of all, things are getting better all the time, as buildings and streets are continually refurbished, and the city’s venerable university helps biotech replace its uncompetitive shipyards.

Rostock has the second largest German Baltic Sea port, the transatlantic harbor to Luebeck. For passenger traffic this port is the traffic junction for journeys to Gedser/Denmark, Trelleborg/Sweden, vent play/Latvia, Finland, Estonia and Russia.

Home of the North German Philharmonic Orchestra, the Volkstheater Rostock is a great way to spend a night out on the town. In addition to orchestral performances, the theater offers drama, comedy, dance and opera performances from top names in the industry. The Volkstheater is known for staging groundbreaking performances that incorporate unusual staging.

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Rostock Travel

There are ferry services to Denmark, Sweden and Latvia, as well as to Estonia and Finland in summer. Fares are quite complicated depending on the season and the number of people travelling, so the following are provided as rough high-season guides only. Scandlines travels to Gedser, Denmark, Trelleborg in Sweden and Ventspils, Latvia . TT-Line sails to/from Trelleborg three times daily.

Journeys within Rostock city, including Warnemünde, cost €1.50/3.20 for a single/day pass, valid on the Warnow ferries as well as land transport. The surrounding area is zoned; a single/day pass costs €1.50/2.80 for one zone or €5/10 for all zones.

Rostock Sightseeing

The Port of Rostock is the largest Baltic port in all of Germany. As such, it receives the largest number of tourists passing through Germany via cruise ships every year. If you plan to visit, there are plenty of historical sites and modern day hot spots to include on your itinerary

St. Marien Church (St Mary's Church).
This Gothic church was meant to be higher than the church of Lübeck. It was completed in the middle of the 15t century. The construction took almost 250 years. The nave, built after the original roof had collapsed has an untypical, short body. The massive western tower is as wide as three naves. Interconnected swathes of glazing decorate the exterior of the church. The interior is whitewashed and features star vaulting. The main attraction of the church is the astronomical clock, constructed in 1472 by Düringer of Nürnberg. The mechanism will show the correct time and date until 2047.

Rathaus (town hall).
On the Neuer Markt (New Market) stands the town hall. The Baroque façade was added in 1727-1729. From this façade emerge seven Gothic towers that belong to the original style of the building.

Steintor (Stone Gate).
South of Neuer Markt is the Steintor, the most famous of the gates in the old city wall. It is one of only three surviving gates of the original fortifications of Rostock. The crowning on top of the gate was added during the Renaissance..

St. Petri Church (St. Peter's Church):
This Gothic church from the 13th century has a 117m high spire (with elevator) It was constructed on the site where the city was founded. The spire of the church is often used as a nautical landmark Next to the church is the Sluter Monument, in remembrance of Joachim Slüter, a reformator from Rostock who held his preaches in the local dialect between 1525 and 1532. e

Kröpelin Gate and Kröplinerstrasse :
Biggest and finest of the former 22 city gates, now houses the City History Museum. The street is the most popular in the city and is lined by houses from the 17th to the 19th century.

Zoological Garden:
The Zoo of Rostock is the biggest Zoo on the Baltic coast. Its surface measures 56 hectares which are used for 1,700 animals of 360 species.

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