A Bunker is the German word for air-raid shelter and that's what it is, or rather was during WWII.
Today it is used as a cultural multi-purpose event place, for exhibitions, readings, movie screenings (on Thursdays), rock and metal-parties.
A bar with a rather special charm completes the range. Beer, soft drinks and juices start from 1.50€ for a small bottle, long drinks from 2.50€.
Tuesday - Saturday: from 8 pm
Sunday and Monday: holiday
Dress Code: The clientele is mainly students, so dress as you like.
If you like a look into one of the more kinky amusements you have to see this nigth club! I have been told by a reliable source the it was one of the spots where the old DDR regime pampered its members/stasi and others.
It has live music and dancing the for people in the 40+ age.
There are many plebby venues like spacious discos and bars but some more personable ones. The student clubs like the 'ST-Club', 'Studentenkeller' for example though that ain´t really my music... Nice bars are the 'Café Central', 'Heumond', 'Warmbad', 'Krokodil' (where you won´t be bugged smoking your spliff) just to mention some. Rostock´s unique nightlife highlight is definitely the former fish trawler 'Stubnitz', a big ship where concerts, parties and so on take place!
The beaches around town!
The old quarter of the city.
Dress Code: Dress as you feel like.
Well, after a hard day of sightseeing it would probably a nice idea to relax and watch a dramatic performance.
There's a huge parking lot in front of the theatre - and it's free!