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Nice to walk by this part of the original city. Shame that so much has been lost, but nevertheless we found Rostock to be a really charming and interesting place to spend most of a day exploring. The modern blends in well with so much...More
The wall does not completely surround the town centre but you can follow its line where the wall no longer stands plus the impressive gate towers still exist. It is easy to walk round as the streets and pathways are well maintained. It also gives...More
As you walk along town in Rostock it is easy to add on the City Wall to your tour. They are beautifully maintained and full of history.
Our Viator tour was done using SBP Tours and our guide Andreas was excellent.
The section of wall that we saw was close to the Kröpeliner Tor. You can imagine what it must have looked like all connected and protecting the city. There is a good portion of the wall built in the 13th century still standing.
Rostock is a modern University Town and Old Port. The wall is something you see, and less to "visit". But it flags the pre unification period of Germany not so long ago. Today modern transit passes through the "Gates" of yesterday when Cities were fortified...More
The old city walls are a lovely attraction to visit and help you to find your way around the town. In sections its possible to climb the walls and see the old watchtowers. Great planting of lilacs and roses add to the ambiance of the...More
We took the train from the town of Warnemunde (on the coast) and then a tram from the station to arrive at the city square where a market was being held then walk around the city walls. A quiet town with many buildings to photograph.