The Gothic Petrikirche has a 117m-high steeple – a mariner’s landmark for centuries – that was restored in 1994, having been missing...
Rostock’s large, open central square is dominated by the splendid 13th-century Rathaus . The building’s baroque facade was added in 1727...
Central Rostock’s pride and joy is the 13th-century Marienkirche, the only main Rostock church to survive WWII unscathed. Behind the...
Rostock's oldest family-run wine merchant owns this multifaceted bistro-bar-cafe. It also has a brasserie in the Steigenberger Hotel...
Descending the steps to Rostock's circa-eight-century-old Ratskeller (town hall restaurant) brings you into a vast, low-lit series of...
Lonely Planet review
This relaxed, unassuming restaurant is locally renowned for its ambitious and creative cuisine, with dishes such as Kalbshaxe (knuckle of veal) accompanied by polenta and capsicum, onion, rosemary and sherry ragout, or rabbit with chanterelle mushrooms, garlic gnocchi and green beans. It's accessed via an archway and courtyard.