Berlino Cruises via Warnemunde

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Warnemünde, located at the mouth of the river Warnow, is an attractive German seaside resort boasting elegant architecture and a beautiful white beach. This MSC Northern Europe Cruises destination is the perfect starting point for visiting historical towns and the cultural capital, Berlin.

 
MSC Cruises excursions offer plenty of exciting things to see including:  
 
• Berlin
• Warnemünde
• Lubeck
 
Berlin is a city of immense cultural, architectural, and historical importance, which has witnessed a substantial revival since the fall of the Berlin Wall. On an MSC Cruises excursion, you’ll tour some of the German capital’s most incredible landmarks including the 17th-century Baroque-Rococo Charlottenburg Palace, the 19th-century Victory Column, and the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church. Explore the area around Brandenburg Gate, the terrifying 'death strip' during communist times. Then, visit the Holocaust Memorial and Checkpoint Charlie, before taking in the Berlin Wall.
 
Situated at the mouth of the River Warnow and founded in the year 1195, the Baltic resort of Warnemünde presents visitors with an appealingly quaint townscape. Explore this original landscape on foot on a charming MSC Cruises Excursions tour. On this 2-hour walk around town you will stroll down to the promenade alongside the Alter Strom - literally Old Stream - harbour entrance, complete with moored fishing boats and yachts, old houses, cafés and a lighthouse dating back to 1897. You’ll learn about the history of the lovely old town as you stroll towards the Kurhaus - the spa building - which was built in Art Deco style and completed in 1928 according to plans already drawn up in 1898. Once you've returned to the Alter Strom, you can also enjoy some free time to do some shopping.
 
Lübeck, overlooking the dramatic Baltic Sea, is a fascinating town featuring significant Gothic architecture. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, its ancient streets house many treasures including the mighty red-brick Holsten Gate, the seven spires of Lübeck’s five churches, and the 13th-century Hospital of the Holy Spirit. On an MSC Cruises excursion, you’ll visit St. Mary’s Church, home to the world’s grandest mechanical organ. Stopping at the Niederegger Café, you’ll learn about the art of marzipan making — a fun experience for the whole family!

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    TRAVEL FROM THE CRUISE TERMINAL WARNEMUNDE

    Port of Warnemünde

    This section contains information on how to reach the port of Warnemunde.

    Cruise Terminal:

    Cruise terminal for the MSC Poesia (Summer 2019):
    Warnemünde Cruise Center, Am Passagierkai 3, 18119 Rostock-Warnemuende

    REACH THE PORT BY

    • Car

      Take exit 14 (Rostock-West) and follow the B103 towards Warnemünde. Take the exit "Werftallee" in Warnemünde, follow the signs to Passagierkai and then drive to the Warnemünde Cruise Center.
      Car

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      SHUTTLE Parking - Outdoor Parking

      VEHICLE DAYS RATES

      Car/Suv 7 seats/Van 9 seats

      8 € 89

      Car/Suv 7 seats/Van 9 seats

      11 € 119

      Car/Suv 7 seats/Van 9 seats

      12 € 119

      Car/Suv 7 seats/Van 9 seats

      13 € 129

      Car/Suv 7 seats/Van 9 seats

      15 € 129

      Car/Suv 7 seats/Van 9 seats

      22 € 169

      SHUTTLE Parking - Indoor Parking

      VEHICLE DAYS RATES
      Car/Suv 7 seats/Van 9 seats 8 € 129
      Car/Suv 7 seats/Van 9 seats 11 € 159
      Car/Suv 7 seats/Van 9 seats 12 € 159

      Car/Suv 7 seats/Van 9 seats

      13 € 169

      Car/Suv 7 seats/Van 9 seats

      15 € 169

      Car/Suv 7 seats/Van 9 seats

      22 € 209
    • Plane

      Public transportation:
      The cruise terminal in Warnemünde can be reached by taxi from Rostock-Laage Airport.
      Plane
    • Train

      For Warnemünde we offer you the discounted tickets of Deutsche Bahn. These are valid for the return trip to / from Warnemünde in all trains (ICE, EC / IC, IR, RE, RB, NCL) and from / to all stations of Deutsche Bahn AG. Rail prices start at € 99, ​​- per person / each way (depending on class and possession of a discount card “Bahncard”). Children (6-14 years) travel free of charge when accompanied by parents / grandparents, but need a ticket! Children under the age of 6 are not required to bring a ticket. Note: The train tickets are only valid in connection with your MSC cruise. Please note the advance booking period of at least 30 days prior to departure.
       
      Public transportation:
      You can use the regular city train (S-Bahn) connections from Rostock central station to Warnemünde. You drive about 25 minutes by city train to the cruise terminal in Warnemünde. The train station is just a few minutes’ walk (450 meters) from the cruise terminal.
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    Germany

    On the routes of the Hanseatic League
    On the routes of the Hanseatic League

    Nowadays a holiday to northern Germany will take you to visit a region of bucolic charm.

    Notwithstanding the Land’s capital Kiel, a brusque, working port, it is free of urban development, its gentle Baltic coast notched by fjords, its west coast wind-blown and wild, and everywhere canopied by colour-washed skyscapes that have long captivated many an artist’s imagination. Even Lübeck wears its history lightly. Sure, the one-time city-state has a tale as rich and complex as any plotline by its local son, Thomas Mann. Yet at the core of its appeal is nothing more complicated than one of the most enigmatic old towns in Germany, with a heritage and sense of cultural worth handed down from centuries at the head of the Hanseatic League.

    Once you’ve ticked off the cultural heavyweights of Hamburg and Lübeck, a holiday to Schleswig-Holstein during your MSC Northern Europe cruise – with Schleswig’s fine beaches and marram-grass dunes, candy-striped lighthouses, commercial ports on deep fjords, and changeable weather, and Holstein’s distinctly Nordic feel – will be one of pure natural wonder.