Rostock blends Hanseatic tradition with modern architecture and youthful charm, white sandy beaches and enchanting coastal scenery with windjammers and impressive cruise liners with Mecklenburg's painting highlights. That is how attractive and multifaceted the city of seven towers is. Situated at the river Warnow and the Baltic Sea, it is the largest city in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
You can still imagine the romantic fishing village of yore alongside Warnemünde's old fishing harbour "Alter Strom". Narrow gabled houses, once the habitation of fishermen and sailors, line the old port's entrance. Here you will see yachts and fishing boats rocking gently at all times. Modern passenger ships set off on their harbour tours from here, while blue and red cutters sail the Baltic Sea to fish. The lighthouse, the piers and sailing ships on the horizon dominate Warnemünde's unique maritime scenery. When big ferries pass through the port entrance several times a day, spectators on the beach have front-row seats.