Warnemunde is one of the most successful cruise ports in Germany. The seaside resort Warnemunde has become one of the most popular cruise ship ports on German soil. The modern Warnemunde cruise Center will Moor a cruise ship in the summer of 2011 161 times. Up to four cruise ships lay on some days one day in Warnemunde. More information is housed here: Phillipe Lavertu. The city benefits from your proximity to Berlin (a dream destination for American Crusader) and from the vicinity of AIDA cruises. Germany’s most successful shipping company is here at home. The AIDAblu, and the brand new AIDAsol warnemunde the base port out to the destinations in the Baltic Sea and Norway will leave in the summer of 2011. But the major international cruise lines allow not to ask.
Europe’s number is the Costa Atlantica 1 Costa Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) represented the Norwegian Sun in Rostock-Warnemunde. The attractive seaside resort of Warnemunde is in principle the beach for this inland city, for an once-powerful member of the Hanseatic League. Rostock. The city of Rostock was hard by Allied bombs destroyed, fortunately however, it managed to get many great testimonies of the Northern brick Gothic. The best-known examples are St.
Mary’s, the Town Hall, the former city wall and a number of cottages. In particular the Town Hall, which is composed of three buildings of the 13th century and in the following century received a side of tiles, screens, turrets and decorations to the proper results of restoration diligence. Also, it is worth to go behind the Town Hall because there are some beautiful buildings. Rostock is worth to stay ahead of your Baltic Sea cruise. Are you planning your cruise from Warnemunde? Then, the 7-day cruises of the Costa Atlantica are maybe just right for you. Two routes are here at disposal. Either a Norway cruise in the romantic world of Fjord Norway or a Baltic Sea cruise to the exciting cities of the Baltic Sea. Scandinavian nature lovers should check out for the choose Norway cruise along the coast of Norway. This route takes you via Copenhagen, in the picturesque landscape of the Norwegian fjords and the romantic fishing village. So take the Costa Atlantica directly in the Songefjord and the world famous Geiranger fjord, which was – declared UNESCO World Heritage site a unique spectacle of nature! Highly recommended: A trip to mount Dalsnibba. From up there you have guaranteed the best views on the Geiranger fjord and the surrounding lakes and glacier scenery. Small towns such as Flam and Geiranger invite to stroll and browse in typical Norwegian arts and crafts. For culture lovers, we recommend the weeklong Baltic cruises from Warnemunde to the fascinating cities of the Baltic Sea. Each city is already worth a visit – we have combined them all in a route. Already, the entrance along the archipelago up to Stockholm will inspire you! The Swedish capital Nordic charm like no other. Use the time for a detailed City tour! Or discover Tallinn with its historic landmarks, which are still very well preserved. Highlight of their Baltic Sea cruise: A stop in the former imperial city of St. Petersburg. Hermitage Museum, amber room – booking a land tour of the shipping company, you will need a visa. Heino Tegeler