What to do in Warnemunde

Visit Warnemunde during a Mediterranean cruise

Introduction

Warnemunde is a district of the city Rostock. It was a a small fishing village. The construction of new and modern cruise terminal in 2005 has contributed crucially to Warnemünde’s establishment as the most important harbour for cruise ships in Germany.

Now Warnemunde is a centre of maritime traffic. It offers passengers a large, beautiful and sandy beaches at the broadest on the German Baltic Sea coast.

Practical

Warnemunde has a lot to offer and is worth a visit.

The main highlights are:

  • The lighthouse and Teepott
  • Old canal canal called der Alte Strom
  • Impressive view over the Baltic Sea
  • Sandy beaches

Popular ports for an excursion to Warnemunde are: