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Rostock – the hanseatic city at the Baltic Sea

Rostock is the largest city in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania and stretches over 20 kilometers along the course of the Warnow to the Baltic Sea. The Hanseatic city by the sea has a very long history, as early as the 12th century, it was first mentioned by the historian Saxo Grammaticus. Soon after, Rostock was officially granted a city charter and in the mid-13th century the three parts the city was made up of were united. In addition, they began to build the city walls. In the 14th century the fishing village Warnemünde was purchased by the city of Rostock. Now the resort town of Warnemünde with its 150 kilometers of sandy beach is the main attraction for tourists. In 1419 the University of Rostock was founded, called "Alma mater rostochiensis", making it one of the oldest universities in Germany.

Especially the 19th century brought great wealth for the city of Rostock, because in the course of industrialization the "Neptun Shipyard and Machine Works Ltd." emerged as the largest major industrial operation in Mecklenburg. But other industries settled in Rostock as well. During that period Warnemünde also developed into an important sea resort. All this led to an increase in population and an extension of the city outside the city walls. Even in today's Rostock you can clearly see the traces of the golden age, because many historical buildings were erected during this period.

During World War II Rostock was a focus of the German defense industry, hence the city has been hit hard by Allied air raids, so that more than half of the historic building were destroyed. During the reconstruction after the war, many buildings could not be saved. After the reunification the renovation of the historic center began and the city returned to its former glory.

Discover sights and culture in the hanseatic city with your escort service

In the historic center of Rostock you can admire many typical buildings of the North German brick Gothic, which date back to the times of the Hanseatic League. These buildings include the preserved parts of the old city walls like the stone gate, the Kuhtor, the Lagebuschturm, and the Kröpelinertor Mönchentor. Parts of the city walls can still be seen in some places. Also built in the style of brick Gothic are the three monumental city churches that were built in the 13th century. The Marienkirche, St. Nicholas Church and St. Peter's Church, characterize the panorama of the city of Rostock. You shouldn’t miss them under any circumstances. Also worth seeing is the monastery of the Holy Cross which can be found in the western city center. A special representative of Brick Gothic is the Rostock town hall, which has arisen in the course of the 13th century. It is considered one of the most important secular buildings of the Baltic region, together with the town halls of Stralsund and Lübeck. Also, you should look at the neo-Gothic Ständehaus, which was erected in the late 19th century. Its facade is dominated by red bricks with many attractive ornamental gables and turrets. Today the Higher Regional Court of Rostock meets in the Ständehaus. To see more historical buildings, you should take a walk to the Wokrenterstraße in the company of your escort. There you will also find the Treehouse with its distinctive tiered brick gables.

The museum landscape of the city of Rostock is not that manifold, but includes some highlights that you should pay attention to. These include the Kunsthalle Rostock, the cultural history museums in the Abbey of the Holy Cross and the Shipbuilding and Maritime Museum on Tall Ship.

Rostock has a very long tradition of theater and was known to connoisseurs as the "Bayreuth of the North". If you are a friend of the stage, a visit to the Volkstheater Rostock is right for you. The Volkstheater includes the North German Philharmonic, so both drama and musical performances of various kinds are included in the program. Further stages in the hanseatic city are the Compagnie de Comédie and the Low German Stage Rostock.

Relaxing in Rostock with your escort lady

Rostock is, especially with its popular tourists district Warnemünde, also a resort. It is no wonder that you expect many different possibilities for recreation and relaxation during your stay in Rostock. Perhaps you are one of the people who only need to be close to the sea to get a vacation feeling. In this case, you are just right in Rostock. How about a long walk on the long sandy beaches of Warnemünde? The beaches are also ideal for fun in and around water during summer. Perhaps you also want to relax on the beach and soak up some sun. Of course, water sports of all kinds are offered in Rostock.

But Rostock has more to offer than beach and water, but also forest areas! The Rostock Heath is a forest and heath area that covers approximately 6,000 hectares and thus represents one of the largest enclosed coastal forests in Germany. Here you will find an extensive network of bicycle and hiking trails and many information boards about the flora and fauna.

Hotels and restaurants in Rostock

A big city like Rostock, which is a vacation spot at the same time, offers plenty for visitors with different needs. You will find a wide range of hotels and catering establishments, under which you can choose the best option for the night and a pleasant entertainment for your evening. Here are some recommendations so that you and your escort lady's decision will not be too difficult.

Hotels

Hotel Am Hopfenmarkt

http://am-hopfenmarkt.com/english/

+49 381 4 58 34 43

 

Hotel Neptun

http://www.hotel-neptun.de/en/homepage.html

+49 381 777-0

 

Yachthafenresidenz Höhe Düne

http://www.yhd.de/ – only in German

+49 381 50 40-0

 

Hotel Am Alten Strom

http://www.hotel-am-alten-strom.de/en/

+49 381 5 48 23-0

 

Hotel Am Leuchtturm

http://www.hotel-am-leuchtturm.de/ – only in German

+49 381 54 37-0‎

 

Restaurants

Plan B

http://www.planb-rostock.de/ – only in German

+49 381 8 17-09 94

 

Braugasthof Zum alten Fritz

http://www.alter-fritz.de/ – only in German

+49 381 2 08 78-0‎

 

Restaurant Hopfenkeller

http://am-hopfenmarkt.com/gastronomien/restaurant-hopfenkeller/

+ 49 381 2 03 62 47

 

Rosmarin'o Rostock

http://www.rosmarino-rostock.de/ – only in German

+ 49 381 2 52 30 90