A vibrant city with a unique identity
Located on Germanyâ€™s Baltic Coast and traversed by the river Warnow, the beautiful port of Rostock is one of the lesser-known Baltic ports of call.
For regular cruisers, Rostock is a fascinating vacation destination as those that have taken Baltic cruises before are unlikely to have visited this historic city.
Although Rostock suffered some damage during WWII, gabled houses, old castles, towers and squares still exist, lending this vibrant city a unique identity.
The New Market Square with its fine Gothic Town Hall, St Maryâ€™s Church and St Peterâ€™s Tower are all interesting landmarks and worth a visit.
Simply sightseeing offers an enjoyable way to spend your day away from your luxury cruise ship, soaking up the quaint atmosphere of this town. You could also spend your day off ship relaxing in Rostockâ€™s seaside district of WarnemÃ¼ndem, an old port and home to a wide white beach and great seafood restaurants.
In the same area, Rostockâ€™s large zoo makes a great day out for children, with 360 species of animals from all over the world and sure to provide some lasting vacation memories.
If youâ€™re in the mood for a true city break, then Germanyâ€™s capital city, Berlin, is within easy reach â€“ just join us on one of our excursion packages for an easy and relaxing way to enjoy the best deals on all the sights in and around Rostock.
Port average temperature
The temperate figures shown are based on monthly average weather conditions for the selected port. Weather data is not real-time, and sometimes no data is shown for a specific date, month or port in general.