Warnemünde is a famous German bathing place on the Warnow and on the coast of the Baltic Sea, which has the widest sand beach of the whole German Baltic coast. It is a district of the Hanseatic city of Rostock. Warnemünde is connected by S-Bahn to most other districts of Rostock. Warnemünde is best known for the Warnemünder Woche, an annual regatta and the Hanse Sail, organized in August each year, which attracts each time more than a million tourists. The movie Eurotrip is partly recorded in this city.
Things to see
- Beach promenade (Teepott, Hotel Neptun)
- Alter Strom, on the quaint old mouth of the Warnow
- Old alleyways behind the Alter Strom (Achterreeg)
- Passenger terminal, opened on April 30 2005 (a port of call for a lot of cruise ships in Summer)