Rostock offers various possibilities for an eventful, fully accessible holiday at the Baltic Sea. Many historical sights such as the Marienkirche with the astronomical clock, lookout tower of the Petrikirche, museums, site of cultural interest and shopping centres can be experienced accessible.
The pedestrian zone from „Kröpeliner Tor“ to „Neuer Markt“ is Rostock’s vibrant city centre. A variety of shops and restaurants are located here as well as St. Mary´s Church, the town hall and the Cultural History Museum.
The town hall can be visited during the working hours of the administration. Accessible entrance for wheelchairs right of the main entrance (please ring the bell).
The museum is located in the monastery of the Holy Cross, founded in 1270 former Rostock Cistercian monastery. It preserves an extensive art and cultural history collection of paintings, coins and historical toys. Cobblestone streets from the university square to the museum. Accessible entrance on the side (bell to the left of the main entrance/via phone). Accessible elevator in the museum leads to all floors. Rentable wheelchair and canes.
The area with the sailing habor along the Warnow is popular for relaxing. Access from the city center via Krämerstraße/Grubenstraße or the street ‚Am Kanonsberg‘ with a steep incline (alternatively direct access by car).
The oldest district of Rostock is framed by the medieval city walls and the brick churches of St. Peter and St. Nikolai.
In the old town there are many slopes, narrow streets and cobblestones. The direct route from the city center is therefore not continuously overburdenable. Alternatively, driving directions to the Petrikirche are recommended (disabled parking available).
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.