Three things to know about ROSTOCK

Rostock, Germany, Incoming Germany
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Rostock is directly located at the Baltic Sea and can easily be reached from Denmark and Sweden by ferry.

 

The hanseatic city has a maritime flair and with its historic old town, it is a perfect combination for a visit, offering tradition and history, beach life and outdoor activities!

The lord mayor is Danish

 

The Dane Claus Ruhe Madsen was elected new Lord Mayor of Rostock last weekend. He wants to encourage citizens to cycle more and promote sustainability. Rostock is the first city in Germany to have a mayor without a German passport.

 

Largest German floating museum

 

The largest German floating museum is the Schifffahrtsmuseum in Rostock. On board of the traditional ship, the whole world of seafaring and shipbuilding can be experienced. 12000 exhibits show the development of shipbuilding.

 

IGA Park

 

The former grounds of the international garden exhibition are now home to a huge park landscape, the IGA Park Rostock. In one part of the park there is a 2 km long barefoot path. Exhibitions, open-air festivals and an annual fire show take place in the park.

Franka recommends:

 

Franka, our Project Manager, recommends:

 

If you want to get to know Rostock from its most beautiful side, I recommend you to explore the city by boat. Sit comfortably on deck, have a coffee and let yourself be told about the impressive history of the Hanseatic city. In Warnemünde you get off and let the day end in one of the beach chairs while watching the sunset.

For further information please contact Wenche R. Werner: werner@inbound-services.com

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