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Metropolitan flair coupled with Hanseatic architecture, a broad cultural scene, modern gastronomy and diverse shopping offers make the Hanseatic City of Rostock a genuine experience for fans of culture and cities.
The oldest university in Northern Europe (anno 1418), churches, monasteries, city gates and the omnipresent brick Gothic buildings allow visitors to sense the Hanseatic flair of former days. Numerous museums and cultural offers at extraordinary locations such as a former shipyard hall or an earlier convent provide a varied programme.
Here we will give you tips regarding which sights in Rostock you should plan to see during a visit.
The Kröpelin Gate was mentioned in a document for the first time in 1280 and is the most magnificent of the former 22 city ...
The church in Warnemünde has stood in the middle of the town for over one hundred years.
The Alter Strom is worth a visit whatever the time of year. Fishing vessels, passenger ships, large yachts, small sailing boats and more.
Built in 1897 as a navigation aid for those at sea, not only does it help ships find their way to the safe harbours
Abbey of the Holy Cross
The Cistercian abbey and convent are currently the site of the Cultural History Museum in Rostock.
The triangular square along the Kröpeliner Straße has taken its name from the main building situated there (built in around 1870) belonging to ...
Large parts of the city’s fortifications, which encircled an area of around one square kilometre, are still standing today.
The Steintor (Stone Gate) was built in the style of the Dutch Renaissance (1574-1577) on the foundation walls of the former Gothic southern main ...
The tower of St. Petri on the high bank of the Warnow River is 117m high and for hundreds of years it was a landmark for seamen and fishermen.
Originally an abbey for the Order of St. Francis, the Katharinenstift now houses Rostock’s College of Music and Theatre.
The Nikolaikirche (Nikolai Church) in Rostock is one of the oldest remaining hall churches in the Baltic Sea region.
The brick building was the parliament’s seat of the influential political estate representatives in Mecklenburg, to which the nobility and towns ...
The town hall was built in 1270 as a two-storey double gable building with a vaulted cellar and was used as a store in the Middle Ages
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