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Business hub Rostock
The business hub of Rostock is appealing to companies in many respects. With its ideal location by the Baltic Sea, a well-developed infrastructure and an easy access, this city by the Warnow River is a prospering university and harbour city.
The business hub of Rostock
Rostock is the largest city in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, where the Berlin - Copenhagen and Hamburg - Szczecin routes cross. It can be reached on the A19 and A20 motorways, Rostock-Laage Airport and express train services to and from Berlin, Hamburg and Kiel.
There are regular ferry routes between Rostock and Gedser (Denmark), Trelleborg (Sweden) and Helsinki (Finland) in the summer. Ferry routes connect Rostock with all those in the Baltic Sea region.
The regional commuter belt of Rostock has a radius of 50km, with around 500,000 inhabitants.
Rostock is a national centre for trade, administration, trade fairs, culture, education and services.
Rostock’s infrastructure - a northern hub
A unique deep-sea port by the German Baltic Sea coast
Daily ferry connections to Scandinavia, the Baltic region and Russia, direct connection to the European highway network along the A19 and A20
Rostock-Laage Airport, with connections to Cologne/Bonn, Munich, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and connections to international airport hubs.
A complete autobahn ring which is unique to the north of Germany, buses and trams make Rostock an easily accessible centre.
The Warnow Tunnel, the first privately financed transport project in Germany (public/private partnership), connects the city districts to the east and west of Warnow River in the service, trade fair and conference centre of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.