On a walking tour of Rostock you'll take in the history of the city, the main points of interest, and maybe even a few places not in the guide books.
travel bug 2013
Again, a rainy day. The tour company reversed the order of items with the hopes that the weather would clear. We went to the brewery first, nice, very typical of Germany, then to Rostock. This was a very interesting old city and the weather did break enough to make the visit pleasant. Again, our guide was well spoken, a native of the city who had lived in various parts of the world, and brought a wealth of information to his narration. He also gave us general information on life in the old city.
Provider: Princess Cruises
We didn't want to do the full-day Berlin tour, so we opted for local tours. We traveled first to Warnemunde (what a nice seaside resort) and then took the train to Rostock. We did a walking tour and had lunch. The schnitzel was excellent. Our guide was very knowledgeable and very entertaining.
Provider: Independent Operator