Offers round-harbour trips and services from Rostock’s harbour to Warnemünde (one-way/return €10/14); the pier is at the base of...
Central Rostock’s pride and joy is the 13th-century Marienkirche, the only main Rostock church to survive WWII unscathed. Behind the...
Rostock’s large, open central square is dominated by the splendid 13th-century Rathaus . The building’s baroque facade was added in 1727...
A former fishing trawler has been converted into Rostock’s most unusual and most alternative, grunge-style venue, with bands, DJs and...
Descending the steps to Rostock's circa-eight-century-old Ratskeller (town hall restaurant) brings you into a vast, low-lit series of...
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Lonely Planet review
At this Rostock institution, cosy wooden booths are lined with stained-glass Hanseatic coats of armour and monster fish threatening sailing ships, while life preservers hang from the walls, and ships lanterns are suspended from the ceiling. Local fish dishes dominate the menu, or you can stop by for coffee and cake between meal times. There’s an above-average kids menu, too.