The Baltic Sea port city of Warnemünde still bears the traces of the division between East and West Germany, and the typical buildings of the time live alongside the modern infrastructure. The port of Warnemünde is one of the longest marinas in the continent and from here, you can find dozens of shops and restaurants that offer souvenirs and local dishes. You can also explore the lighthouse and the Warnemünde Teepot of Rostock, then visit the St. Peter’s Church, an old Gothic building built in the typical architectural style of East Germany.
Not to be missed:
• St. Peter’s Church, Rostock
• Regional Museum of Warnemünde
• Warnemünde Lighthouse