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Favourite places in Rostock

 1  Convent of the Holy Cross

almost completely preserved convent complex from the Middle Ages, with richly furnished convent church, it also houses the Museum of Cultural History, next to it are the »Professors’ Houses« with the Kempowski Archive and the historic ramparts.

 2  Kröpeliner Tor

at 54 meters (177 ft), it is the highest of the four extant city gates, exhibitions

 3  Kröpeliner Straße

shopping mile and pedestrian zone in the heart of the city, great choice of bars and
restaurants, historic gabled houses

 4  University

main building of Northern Europe’s oldest university (founded in 1419), Universitätsplatz (University Square) with Blücher Monument and Brunnen der Lebensfreude (fountain celebrating the Joy of Living)

 5  New Market Square

Gothic town hall with baroque facade, magnificent gabled houses from different eras

 6  Marienkirche

Huge brick church from the 13th century with elaborate interior and astronomic clock (from 1472, the oldest of that kind)

 7  St. Peter‘s Church

Gothic brick church from the 14th century, second highest tower in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (117 m / 384 ft)

 8  St. Nicolas‘ Church

Early Gothic brick church, venue for concerts

 9  Academy of Music and Theatre

Located in the former Katharinenkloster (Convent of St. Catherine), a successful combination of medieval and modern architecture, venue for concerts and stage plays.

 10  Steintor

City gate with striking dome. Next to it the richly adorned neo-Gothic Ständehaus (House of the Estates)

 11  City Harbour

Romantic harboursetting, piers, traditional ships, sailboats, fishing cutters, many restaurants - e.g. at the Hafenterrassen (Harbour Terraces) and the Silo-Halbinsel (Silo Peninsula.

 12  Rostock Zoo

The largest zoo at Germany’s coast, extensive park with species-rich arboretum and more than 1,500 animals from all continents.

 13  Botanical Garden

Public gardens of Rostock University with open spaces and greenhouses, home to more than 10,000 plant species.

 14  Doberaner Platz

Heart of the trendy district Kröpeliner Tor Vorstadt, vibrant arts habitat with an intriguing choice of restaurants and bars.

 15  People’s Theater: Volkstheater

Rostock theater, rich in tradition, with a colorful, varied program.

 16  Stadthalle

Venue for large concerts, revue programs, and trade fairs.

 17  IGA-Park

Site of the International Horticultural Exhibition 2003 on the banks of the Warnow River, with playgrounds, Weidendom (cathedral of willow trees) and the »Traditionsschiff« museum ship

almost completely preserved convent complex from the Middle Ages, with richly furnished convent church, it also houses the Museum of Cultural History, next to it are the »Professors’ Houses« with the Kempowski Archive and the historic ramparts.

Linie: 1 , 2 , 5 , 6 , F1  | Lange Straße

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at 54 meters (177 ft), it is the highest of the four extant city gates, exhibitions

Linie:  | Kröpeliner Tor

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shopping mile and pedestrian zone in the heart of the city, great choice of bars and
restaurants, historic gabled houses

Linie: 2 , 25 , 3 , 4 , F1 , F2  | Schröderplatz

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main building of Northern Europe’s oldest university (founded in 1419), Universitätsplatz (University Square) with Blücher Monument and Brunnen der Lebensfreude (fountain celebrating the Joy of Living)

Linie: 1 , 2 , 5 , 6 , F1  | Lange Straße

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Gothic town hall with baroque facade, magnificent gabled houses from different eras

Linie: 1 , 2 , 5 , 6 , F1 , F2  | Neuer Markt

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Huge brick church from the 13th century with elaborate interior and astronomic clock (from 1472, the oldest of that kind)

Linie: 1 , 2 , 5 , 6 , F1 , F2  | Neuer Markt

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Gothic brick church from the 14th century, second highest tower in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (117 m / 384 ft)

Linie: 1 , 2 , 3 , 4  | Stadthafen

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Early Gothic brick church, venue for concerts

Linie: 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , F2  | Gerberbruch

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Located in the former Katharinenkloster (Convent of St. Catherine), a successful combination of medieval and modern architecture, venue for concerts and stage plays.

Linie: 1 , 2 , 5 , 6 , F1 , F2  | Neuer Markt

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City gate with striking dome. Next to it the richly adorned neo-Gothic Ständehaus (House of the Estates)

Linie: 1 , 2 , 22 , 23 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , F1 , F2  | Steintor IHK

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Romantic harboursetting, piers, traditional ships, sailboats, fishing cutters, many restaurants - e.g. at the Hafenterrassen (Harbour Terraces) and the Silo-Halbinsel (Silo Peninsula.

Linie: 1 , 2 , 5 , 6 , F1  | Lange Straße

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The largest zoo at Germany’s coast, extensive park with species-rich arboretum and more than 1,500 animals from all continents.

Linie: 28 , 3 , 6  | Zoo

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Public gardens of Rostock University with open spaces and greenhouses, home to more than 10,000 plant species.

Linie: 1 , 28 , 4 , 5 , F1 , F2  | Holbeinplatz

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Heart of the trendy district Kröpeliner Tor Vorstadt, vibrant arts habitat with an intriguing choice of restaurants and bars.

Linie: 1 , 25 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , F1 , F2  | Doberaner Platz

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Rostock theater, rich in tradition, with a colorful, varied program.

Linie: 1 , 4 , 5 , F1  | Volkstheater

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Venue for large concerts, revue programs, and trade fairs.

Linie: 27 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6  | Stadthalle

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Site of the International Horticultural Exhibition 2003 on the banks of the Warnow River, with playgrounds, Weidendom (cathedral of willow trees) and the »Traditionsschiff« museum ship

Linie:  | HP Lütten Klein

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