Rostock still exudes the historic flair of the Hanseatic era and yet is a city of modernity. Life pulsates in the seaside resort of Warnemünde. Buildings of North German brick Gothic define the image of the old town in the center of Rostock. Don't miss the enchanting parade of figures at noon or at midnight at the astronomical clock in the Gothic church of St. Marien. Along old merchants' houses you will reach the town hall, one of the most remarkable secular buildings of brick Gothic in the Baltic region. Medieval town gates and weigh-houses embedded in the historic defensive wall bear witness to the prosperous times of the Hanseatic League. Streetcars and buses leave from the InterCityHotel Rostock at the main station in all directions. Warnemünde, the pearl of Rostock In the famous harbor and seaside resort of Warnemünde, which is part of the Mecklenburg Hanseatic city of Rostock, the fat cruise ships sail in. Water sports enthusiasts and sun worshippers cavort on the sandy beach of the Baltic Sea. The wide promenade and the Alte Strom invite you to stroll in the salty sea air.