Rostock (Berlin), Germany Cruises

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Rostock (Berlin), Germany overview

Rostock is an important seaport and, with nearby Warnemunde, constitutes one of the major shipping centers of Germany. A number of old churches, including Saint Nicholas' Church, dating from the middle of the 13th century, and Saint Mary's Church, a Gothic structure begun in 1398, are located here. The Gothic city hall was also built in the 14th century.

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Wismar and Medieval Beer

Wismar and Medieval Beer

$125/Adult

Wismar and Medieval Beer Wismar is located along the Baltic Sea, this port and Hanseatic city...

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Berlin's Top Ten

Berlin's Top Ten

$189/Adult

Berlin's Top Ten A panoramic tour of Berlin covering more than simply the Top 10 Sights, this is a...

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Private Berlin's Jewish History

Private Berlin's Jewish History

$117/Adult

Private Berlin's Jewish History A private visit to the Holocaust Memorial and the New Jewish...

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Little BIG City and Hop-On Hop-Off Berlin

Little BIG City and Hop-On Hop-Off Berlin

$43/Adult

Travel back 750 years into Berlin's past as you visit a miniature version of the city at the Little...

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39 Rostock (Berlin), Germany Port Reviews

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by doublebara13

The concentration camp excursion should not be missed and we did a very good tour of the city of Berlin and the wall and the Holocaust Memorial

Visited: Aug 25, 2014

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5

by Lynnpoly

Made our own way to Rostock via bus and tram, wandered about taking in the sights before taking the train to seaside town of Warnemaunde. All day ticket cost of €5.20 for all modes of transport can't beat it. Tourist office staff also very helpful. Lovely chilled day.

Visited: Jul 07, 2018

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by cmlitwa54

loved lunch, wonderful city guide and transfer guide were very knowledgeable. very moving to see the brattenberg gate, the wall, the allied museum and the day. It was a long drive to berlin but well worth the trip

Visited: Aug 19, 2015

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by flynnc25

We took the train to Rostock which is a very pretty town. The Hanse Sail festival was happening on the riverside with many tall sail boats docked, a funfair and beer and food stalls. The festival was also happening in Warnemünde which we walked around on our return before going back to the ship. Berlin is too far away for a day trip and there are plenty of other interesting places within reasonable distance of Warnemünde/Rostock.

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