2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
Took a German harbor tour, climbed the lighthouse, had lunch on the boardwalk, and did some light shopping. The cruisers who went to Berlin said it was great.
Took a German harbor tour, climbed the lighthouse, had lunch on the boardwalk, and did some light shopping. The cruisers who went to Berlin said it was great. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
the town is a five minute walk from the port. I chose not to go to Berlin. I took the train to Rostock, used the tram there and then walked around Warnemunde and visited the beach. I used Rick Steves Northern Europe Ports guide and his ... Read More
the town is a five minute walk from the port. I chose not to go to Berlin. I took the train to Rostock, used the tram there and then walked around Warnemunde and visited the beach. I used Rick Steves Northern Europe Ports guide and his info is accurate and informative. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: August 2017
Walking around Warnemunde was very relaxing. It is a cute seaside village with great restaurants and coffee houses. The excursion to Berlin is very tiring with three hours travel each way so we dd not do that.
Walking around Warnemunde was very relaxing. It is a cute seaside village with great restaurants and coffee houses. The excursion to Berlin is very tiring with three hours travel each way so we dd not do that. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: August 2017
Nice walk, and quaint little village. We had great coffee and pastries at a local shop.
Nice walk, and quaint little village. We had great coffee and pastries at a local shop. Read Less
8 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
Went on our own. Started by taking the train to Rostock. Easy enough but wish we would have spent more time in Warnemunde. Can best describe as a weekend resort time for the locals with beaches and a wharf full of shops and restaurants. ... Read More
Went on our own. Started by taking the train to Rostock. Easy enough but wish we would have spent more time in Warnemunde. Can best describe as a weekend resort time for the locals with beaches and a wharf full of shops and restaurants. Very nice! Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
Easy (and much cheaper than the excursion) to take the Blue Line Ferry from near the cruise terminal to Rostock which is a lovely Hanseatic town well worth a wander. On return Warnemunde is a delightful seaside town in which to spend an ... Read More
Easy (and much cheaper than the excursion) to take the Blue Line Ferry from near the cruise terminal to Rostock which is a lovely Hanseatic town well worth a wander. On return Warnemunde is a delightful seaside town in which to spend an hour or 2. Nothing startling to see but a very pleasant day out. Beware if you have disabilities though the taxis from the terminal will not take you anywhere other than a very expensive ride to Rostock or Berlin and it is quite a walk to the ferry. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
We walked off the ship and took the train to Rostock. It's easy. Rostock is interesting, but you need to remember that it has been almost entirely rebuilt since WW II.
We walked off the ship and took the train to Rostock. It's easy. Rostock is interesting, but you need to remember that it has been almost entirely rebuilt since WW II. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
Warnemunde was very charming, we took the train to Rostock then to Schwerin Castle. Each city was easy to find and navigate on foot.
Warnemunde was very charming, we took the train to Rostock then to Schwerin Castle. Each city was easy to find and navigate on foot. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
Most people took the all-day excursion to Berlin, but we felt that would be too much. The Warnemunde train station is within walking distance of the cruise port. We bought train tickets to Rostock for about four euros return. We were here ... Read More
Most people took the all-day excursion to Berlin, but we felt that would be too much. The Warnemunde train station is within walking distance of the cruise port. We bought train tickets to Rostock for about four euros return. We were here about 20 years ago--not long after the wall came down--so it was interesting to see how the city had evolved. Good walkable historic section and pedestrian shopping area. And now there is a big mall at the edge of the old town. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
We just walked around Warnemunde, a really sweet town. A warning though - we walked towards the beach and got bitten by sand flies. We should have remembered the insect repellent.
We just walked around Warnemunde, a really sweet town. A warning though - we walked towards the beach and got bitten by sand flies. We should have remembered the insect repellent. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
We made our own way into Warnemunde a beautiful little seaside place,in the town there are shops an Amber museum which is free and you can buy jewellery too.walk down to the harbour and there are boats and lots of restaurant and bars very ... Read More
We made our own way into Warnemunde a beautiful little seaside place,in the town there are shops an Amber museum which is free and you can buy jewellery too.walk down to the harbour and there are boats and lots of restaurant and bars very reasonable too.It is about 10 to 15 minutes but maybe longer if you have walking difficulties. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2017
Warnemunde - A quaint seaside town where two lighthouses standing sentinel along the waterfront and a picturesque street of shops & restaurants along the canal whose colourful boats & ferries complete a breathtaking vista. ... Read More
Warnemunde - A quaint seaside town where two lighthouses standing sentinel along the waterfront and a picturesque street of shops & restaurants along the canal whose colourful boats & ferries complete a breathtaking vista. Rostock - A rustic city whose sights connote medieval sceneries and houses the oldest university in Europe - yes, it's older than Oxford University! I think it was inaugurated around the time that William the Conquerer was planning his campaign to invade England. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
Worth taking a train between Rostock and Warnemunde or take a boat one way and train the other way. Just be sure to go out on the correct side of the station to get the bus back to the ship. There are 2 entrances. We learned the hard way.... Read More
Worth taking a train between Rostock and Warnemunde or take a boat one way and train the other way. Just be sure to go out on the correct side of the station to get the bus back to the ship. There are 2 entrances. We learned the hard way. Read Less
13 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
Looked appealing but we had a very wet day so it was a bit like a Bank Holiday seaside resort in Blighty.
Looked appealing but we had a very wet day so it was a bit like a Bank Holiday seaside resort in Blighty. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
Poring rain that day, so only did WiFi at port... but people who did get off enjoyed it. Not in port long enough to go to Berlin. Hope to go back another time.
Poring rain that day, so only did WiFi at port... but people who did get off enjoyed it. Not in port long enough to go to Berlin. Hope to go back another time. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
We stayed near the port in Rostat. It was fun riding the train about a half hour. Loved the city. Great architecture and shopping.
We stayed near the port in Rostat. It was fun riding the train about a half hour. Loved the city. Great architecture and shopping. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2017
Went into Rostock and did the town ourselves. Too bad it was cold and rainy. Highlights include St. Mary's Cathedral and the Stasi Document Center.
Went into Rostock and did the town ourselves. Too bad it was cold and rainy. Highlights include St. Mary's Cathedral and the Stasi Document Center. Read Less

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