penta hotel Rostock

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Schwaansche Strasse 6, (formerly Courtyard), Rostock, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, 18055, Germany
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Travel Tips for Rostock

A League of Cities

by nepalgoods

In the middle of the 13th century merchants trading overseas joined together to form the Hanseatic League in order to pursue their economic interests together.
In the course of time 70 major cities and 130 smaller towns joined the League, which covered an area from the Netherlands to Estonia and from Sweden to a line from Cologne to Erfurt and on to Cracow. The Hanseatic League's influence stretched far beyond these boundaries, and it maintained large depots and smaller trading posts from Portugal to Russia and from Scandinavia to Italy.

The Hanseatic League had a significant say in business, trade and politics in northern Europe for over 400 years, until it declined in the mid-17th century.

The Hanseatic League was founded in Lübeck, Schleswig Holstein, and expanded fast throughout the Baltic aerea.


by pieter_jan_v

Buy the special ROSTOCK CARD (Euro 8; valid for 2 days). It can be used for:

- Free guided tour.

- 25% Price reduction for the City Museums (Kulturhistorisches Museum, Kröpliner Tor, Schiffahrtsmuseum, Kunsthalle and Heimatmuseum).

- Some specials like Petrickkirchturmbesteigung (climbing the tower of the Petrik church) and climbing the Warnemünde Light Tower.

- Free public transportation (bus, S-bahn & ferry).

- 10 to 15% Price reduction on the Tourist Boats.

University and 'Fountain of...

by Leipzig

University and 'Fountain of Joy'
The first university of Rostock was founded in 1419. The main university building is built in the Italian Renaissance style and dates from the mid 19th century. The ornate terracotta relief provides a charming contrast to the pale rendering.In front of the building it the 'fountain of joy'.

seamandrew's Rostock Page

by seamandrew

I do not have much to say about Rostock aside from the following. This port city serves as a great place to take your car to many places in Northern Europe. The car ferries are great. We took the ferry from there to Gedser, Denmark and it was a great trip. It only lasted 2 hours. Aside from that, the drive upto Rostock from Berlin (where we were prior to heading for Denmark) was very beautiful. According to my wife's best friend who lives in Berlin, the Baltic Sea is a beautiful place to stay when the weather is right. Rostock is right on the Baltic Sea.


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Address: Schwaansche Strasse 6, (formerly Courtyard), Rostock, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, 18055, Germany