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Warnemunde Cruises

It’s all about the slower pace of life in laid-back Warnemunde, a German port town nestled along a bright white stretch of sandy beach. You’ll be able to spend your time here leisurely strolling along the promenade, sipping on craft cocktails, and dining on the catch of the day in the town’s abundant seafood restaurants. Take a seat in a traditional ‘Strandkorb’ straw chair and admire the views of the Baltic Sea, or have a wander along the pretty canal lined with cottages and eateries. For a great view, climb up the 135 granite steps of the historic lighthouse, built over a century ago!

Warnemunde

WARNEMUNDE EXPERTS

We have over NUMBER expert cruise consultants to help you book the perfect cruise. Many have first hand experience of Warnemunde and you can find some of their best tips and advice below.
Anne Eaves

Anne Eaves

Warnemunde

I would recommend just exploring the local area & lovely little seaside town of Warnemunde as it was an interesting place to spend a day.

WARNEMUNDE - DID YOU KNOW?

Warnemunde is positioned just 90 minutes to the north of Berlin just outside of Rostock, making it a popular port for organised day trips to this world-class city. Yet there’s plenty to see and do here if you’re after a more relaxing day out. Start with the cruise pier, which is nestled up against the town’s main shopping district. Taste local jam, pick up beachy souvenirs, or peruse contemporary artworks displayed in the galleries.

Warnemunde Church is hard to miss with its brick façade and gothic-inspired silhouette. It’s located in the town centre, so you can easily pop inside to take a gander at its wooden beams and ornate carvings.

A charming canal runs through the town, lined with bustling seafood restaurants, souvenir shops and quirky cafes. Stop to have a coffee while admiring the colourful painted ships bobbing in the water. Afterwards, why not people watch in an open-air beer garden or take a relaxed ferry ride?

The primary attraction in Warnemunde is undoubtedly its beach, dotted with cabanas, traditional straw beach chairs and soft white sands. Clean and wide, it offers plenty of room to spread out and relax in any season, and is particularly popular with day-trippers from Berlin during the summer months.


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