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Warnemünde & Rostock: Half-Day Shore Excursion

1. Warnemünde & Rostock: Half-Day Shore Excursion

Benefit from pick-up at the cruise ship terminal in Warnemuende, and then embark on a guided walking tour of the former fishing village. See the typical gabled houses from the 18th and 19th centuries, complete with half-timbered façades and ornamental doors. Admire the Old Stream canal lined with brightly-painted boats and quaint cafés. After this brief introduction to the seaside resort you may consider to return here after the end of the tour to browse the boutiques or try a piece of cake or a typical fish sandwich. Ride the commuter train and tram to Rostock to explore the largest city of Mecklenburg. Stroll the streets of the Hanseatic university town and visit the lively market squares. Admire buildings such as the medieval monastery of the Monastery of the Holy Cross and the church of St. Marien. Benefit from some leisure in the central square to browse the shops or enjoy a tasty snack. Learn more about the Rostocks past and present at the town hall or the university and the medieval town wall. Return to the port by public transportation. 

Schwerin: Grand Tour by Train With Lunch

2. Schwerin: Grand Tour by Train With Lunch

Discover the beauty of Schwerin and its fairytale castle on a full-day tour. Experience life as a local on a public train ride from Warnemuende to Schwerin, savor a hearty lunch, and enjoy free time to explore and shop. Meet your local guide at the cruise pier and travel to beautiful Schwerin by train. Learn facts and hear stories from your guide about the small Mecklenburg town. Upon arrival, enjoy a typical lunch in a restaurant in the old town or by the lakeside. In the afternoon, visit the palace (entry included) and take a picturesque stroll through the palace gardens. Afterward, a museum guide will show you around the preserved rooms inside the fairytale building. Take some time to browse the town center, enjoy more sightseeing, or sit down for a coffee before you travel back to the train station for the return journey. Time permitting, an introductory tour of the seaside resort Warnemuende will be given at the beginning or end of the tour.

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What people are saying about Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 16 reviews

This tour was amazing! Our guide was not only knowledgable but also very personable. He met us in the pier terminal during a downpour but promised the rain would stop at 9:00..... it did and the sun shone for the remainder of the tour! He was ever mindful of the groups' limitations and kept a constant check on the number. I highly recommend this tour!

We toured on May 27, 2019. We had an excellent guide for this tour. Unfortunately I do not recall his name. He was most knowledgeable and professional but also seemed to be enjoying himself. We were off the cruise ship but had no difficulty finding him for the tor.

This was an excellent tour with moderate walking required. Our guide was fantastic and provided great insight to all the history of this region as well as personal experience growing up in east Germany.

The tour was paced well and provided plenty of time for questions. The guide was friendly and informative. Thank you for a very enjoyable morning!

Tour guide, outstanding. Content, interesting and informative. Two thumbs up...