The Radisson Blu Hotel is located in the center of Rostock. The hotel offers a great view of the Old Town and the city's port. About the A19 and A20 motorways, you have a very ...
In the north of Germany lies the city of Rostock, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, which is both a Hanseatic and a university town. Due to the immediate location on the Baltic Sea, the city is a popular destination for tourists. It is crossed by the Warnow, which flows into the sea. The seaside resort of Warnemünde with the largest German cruise port attracts numerous tourists every year for a beach holiday on the Baltic Sea. The Rostock harbor is equally important both for ferry traffic and cargo handling. The university, the college of music and theater and the Fachhochschule of the middle class are among other things the further education centers for numerous students. The wind turbine manufacturer Nordex and the Hanseatische Brauerei Rostock are only a few of the business enterprises located here. Moreover, the city is not least the location of the aerospace industry.
In a hotel in Rostock pleasant living. The Baltic fair in Rostock, the city hall as well as the HanseMesse Rostock show the latest presentations in their spacious premises and invite the interested guests to look, try and try. These include the Oldtimer & Teilemarkt, the large shopping and adventure fair OstseeMesse, the Hausmesse Getränkekeland, the Ladyfashion and Hosenscheißer Flohmarkt and many more. Everything for humans and animals for use and for the lifestyle is offered here during the year. Such a fair is frequented by many visitors who want a cozy hotel room for their stay in Rostock. A comfortable hotel according to your own ideas can be found everywhere in the city. However, it should be booked at fair times in time to meet your own requirements.
Trade fair and city sightseeing. From the comfortable hotel room, the interesting city can be explored next to the trade fair, which should by no means be missed. It begins in the historic old town with the lively shopping street Kröpeliner Straße. Here, the houses in the style of bakingsteinkotics from the time of the Hanseatic League form the special highlights. Also the largest church, the St. Mary, is built in this style. Continue to the imposing port down to the ships and enjoy a delicious fish restaurant. Last but not least, Warnemünde is not only intended for a longer stay as a holiday guest, but also as a day tourist absolutely recommendable. The lighthouse, built in 1898 as a landmark of Warnemünde, and the so-called "Teepott", the Kurhaus, where the lake promenade begins, is a striking building. The Botanical Gardens and Rostock Zoo are also worth a visit. With the well developed public transport, the continuation is not a problem.