When your cruise ship drops anchor in Germany, tick off the historic highlights of east and west Berlin on a 5.5-hour shore excursion from Rostock or Warnemünde port, ideal for travelers short on time. Following port pickup, take a whistle-stop tour of top west Berlin attractions including Tiergarten Park, Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor), the Berlin Wall, and the Holocaust Memorial. Then, tick off east Berlin gems including Postdamer Platz, Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom), and Museumsinsel. Port drop-off is also included.
Make the most of your time in Germany on a shore excursion with convenient round-trip transport from the Warnemünde Cruise Center. Going with a guide means you eliminate the hassle of planning, as lunch, tours, and all admission tickets are pre-arranged for you. The day’s itinerary includes a spin through Rostock’s city center, St. Marien Church, and Schwerin Castle.
Discover northern Germany during your docking time on this half-day private tour. Explore the fishing village of Warnemunde and admire the 18th and 19th-century houses that line the streets. Then head to the city of Rostock and wander around the historic center with your guide. See sights like the town hall, St. Marien basilica, the historic university and do a bit of shopping before heading back to the ship.
Explore the port city of Warnemunde and nearby town of Rostock during your dock time. This walking tour begins in the old fishing village of Warnemunde which has now evolved into a bustling port for travelers and locals. Then hop aboard the train for a short ride to the historic city of Rostock to see some of its key landmarks before enjoying a delicious German lunch.
For more than 25 years we have been showing important, hidden, and forgotten Third Reich and World War Two sights to guests from all over the world. This tour offers you a unique opportunity to see the heart of the German capital during its most tragic and regrettable moments.
With the use of your private air-conditioned vehicle we will be able to take you to sights that many guests don't get to see: from the Olympic Stadium in the West of the city to the Soviet War Memorial in the heart of Berlin's largest park, the Tiergarten. We will show you the Reichstag, where Hitler came to power in 1933, and the site of the bunker, where he took his own life in 1945, just as WWII was coming to an end.
Throughout the day you will see memorials for several different victim groups of the Nazi regime, including homosexual, mentally and physically disabled, Jewish, and Sinti and Roma victims, amongst others.
At the end of the tour your driver will bring you back to the port of Warnemünde.
Enjoy an action-packed day of adventures by opting for a Hanseatic Rostock and Warnemunde shore excursion. You won’t have to worry about figuring out public transport routes, as you’ll be picked up from the port upon arrival. A guide will take you on a walking tour of both Warnemunde and Rostock, so you can learn about their history, and see areas that can’t be accessed by car or bus. Walk past Warnemunde’s historic 18th-century houses, the Old Stream Canal, and explore Rostock’s scenic old town highlights.
Discover Berlin’s historic highlights on a private, full-day sightseeing tour from Warnemünde. Enjoy the flexibility to tailor the day to your interests, and visit the landmarks of the Third Reich and the Cold War. See the moving Holocaust Memorial or the site of Hitler’s famous bunker, and hear stories about life in Berlin during the Second World War. Stand at Checkpoint Charlie then visit a Soviet war memorial; see the city at your own pace, with plenty of time to eat, drink and shop as you take in the sights.
This action-packed tour is a great way to see Berlin’s highlights in one day. You won’t have to worry about arranging transport, as you’ll travel on an comfortable air-conditioned bus. A guide will enhance your experience with detailed commentary about Berlin’s sites. By traveling on a bus, you’ll cover more ground and see many attractions in a day such as Brandenburg Gate, the Holocaust Memorial, and Checkpoint Charlie.
Explore Berlin’s top historical and shopping attractions on this all-day guided excursion for cruise ship passengers. After a convenient port pickup, explore landmarks like Charlottenburg Palace, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, the Friedrichstr shopping district, and the largest department store in Continental Europe, Kaufhaus des Westens. Learn about Berlin’s history, culture, and fashion districts from your guide, and craft the tour to suit your interests.
While docked at the Warnemünde cruise port, get to know the scenic city of Potsdam on this full-day private excursion. Discover its beautiful palaces, parks, and gardens. Learn how Potsdam served as the residence of Prussian kings and German emperors for three centuries. See the historical city center and the Dutch Quarter. Travel past the royal residences of Sansoucci. Visit Cecilenhof Palace, where Churchill, Truman, and Stalin wrote world history and stop in downtown Potsdam for lunch (own expense). Port pickup/drop-off included.
Perfect for culture lovers and foodies, this two-in-one Berlin shore excursion will introduce you to the city’s top attractions and its culinary offerings. Pick between private or small-group options, and meet your guide directly after disembarking your ship. Upon arrival, visit major attractions like the Brandenburg Gate, Holocaust Memorial, and Reichstag. Then, indulge in beer at a local craft brewery, sweet treats at a chocolatier, and bites at a street-food market.
When cruise ship pulls into port, explore two northern German towns—Warnemuende and Rostock—on this half-day shore excursion. Booking this excursion in advance means no scrambling for last-minute tours once you come ashore. With a guide in the lead, explore the two charming towns on walking tours that follow carefully curated itineraries designed to showcase the best of each location.
What connects all of Rostock's sights? The Rostock city tour with the double-decker convertible bus! From the city harbor through the Kröpeliner Tor, over the Neuer Markt to the zoo, we don't miss any sights.
Double-decker convertible bus - When the weather is nice, of course open at the top, we are on the streets of Rostock from March to New Year
Live tour guides on board: Our experienced tour guides (in German and English) make your city tour an experience and bring you personally closer to Rostock
Hop-on Hop-off - You can pause the journey at any stop to shop or explore the city on foot. Then just get in again - our day tickets are valid for 24 hours
Timetable - The current timetable as well as a practical city map can be found in our brochure and on our website www.rostockerstadtrundfahrt.de
See the best of romantic Schwerin in a single tour: this private itinerary is perfect for first-time visitors to the German city. Set off on foot to discover highlights like the Lowenmarkt (the main city square) and the red-brick Schwerin Cathedral, before moving on to the postcard-worthy Schwerin Castle (admission own expense). As you go, immerse yourself in the city’s ambiance, and learn all about its history.
The Berlin Wall, Kruschev & Kennedy, the Airlift, spies, escapes and “the end of history” – it’s fair to say that Berlin defined the Cold War. This tour is a deep dive into a divided city – a time when it felt like World War Three was just around the corner, when one side of the city lived under Soviet-style communism, and the other was occupied by not one, not two, but three Western powers!
In air-conditioned comfort, in your luxury German car, you'll be taken from West to East across the German capital, criss-crossing where the Berlin Wall once stood, to get the closest possible look at what life was like back when Berlin was the centre of the Cold War. From famous sights like the Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie, to lesser-known memorials and stories that you would never find on your own, this tour is far and away the best way to get to know Cold War Berlin.
Sightseeing tour with a round-trip transfer, which includes a visit to the memorial of the concentration camp Sachsenhausen (45 - 60 min) and a sightseeing tour of Berlin (4.5 hours). During a tour of Berlin you will see the Bundestag building, Brandenburg Gate, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Victory Column, Bellevue Palace, Museum Island, Unter den Linden, Berlin Cathedral, the building of the former German Ministry of Aviation. Goering, Potsdamer Platz, Berlin Wall, Alexanderplatz, Rotes Rathaus, Humboldt University, Checkpoint Charlie, etc.
Upon arrival in Berlin you will have 1 hour of free time for lunch.
If you are docking in the port of Warnemünde and Rostock and do not want to travel far for your shore excursion, this leisurely bus & walking tour of Rostock will be ideal for you!
This tour starts in the afternoon with a panoramic bus tour, followed by a walking tour of the city center and a visit to a lovely waterfront cafe. After you enjoy an included drink and a selection of pralines, we will whisk you back onto your ship right in time for dinner!
When your cruise ship docks in Warnemunde, depart on a tour of the nearby towns of Rostock and Schwerin with a guide. Traveling with a small group of just 15 people means you’ll get personalized attention and plenty of time to ask questions. Walk through both charming towns with your group, following a curated itinerary designed to show the best of the local attractions. Your guide will provide in-depth commentary on the local architecture, history, and culture.
Welcome to amazing Berlin.
Guides of Berlin and together we will discover, understand and have a memorable experience of Berlin.
On this VIP tour, we will visit the landmarks of Berlin, go beyond the beaten track to discover the magic that lured people here throughout history.
Our driver picks you up from your port and drives you to Berlin. We then meet and tour to the sights of this great city. We will visit all the main attractions, avoiding queues and comfortably accessing the city sights.
We will then drive you back to your ship on time.
Here is our great day itinerary:
- The Reichstag
- The fabulous Brandenburg Gate
- The Holocaust Monument
- Babel Platz
- The Berlin wall
- Checkpoint Charlie
- Museum island
- View of the Royal City Palace
-The East Side Gallery
-The site of Hitler's Bunker
The tour begins at the marina in Warnemuende with a meeting with a guide with whom you will reach the train station and take the train to Rostock. Upon arrival, you will take the train to Schwerin, where you will have an acquaintance with the city (about 1 hour), visit Schwerin Castle (with a guide and yourself - about 2 hours) and lunch at a local cafe (included - about 1 hour).
From Schwerin you will take a train to Rostock, where you will get a city tour and visit St. Mary's Church. And there will also be one free hour for walking and shopping.
At the end of the tour, you will return by train back to Warnemuende.
Maritime adventure on the deck of the museum ship in Rostock
Who has the chance to experience an adventurous night on Germany's largest floating museum ship? You! In the afternoon you walked through the blooming Iga Park, soaked up the sun on the beach and did a lap. And now your sleeperoo sleeping cube is luring you on the deck of the imposing 10,000-ton freighter! First you explore the different decks up and down stairs. Vigorously correct the course on the large steering wheel. And yes, ringing the ship's bell aft and ringing the fog gong must also be. Later in the evening you sit on the deck with a glass of wine and let the fascinating light mood of the opposite harbor work on you. A splendidly illuminated ferry is just passing you towards Sweden - please wave once!
Take a deep dive into the rich Jewish history of Berlin on a full-day private tour from Warnemünde Port. Explore key Jewish landmarks in the German capital, including the Holocaust Memorial, Jewish Museum, New Synagogue, Charlottenburg Palace, Otto Weidt’s Workshop for the Blind, the city’s Mitte neighborhood, and much more. A flexible itinerary allows you to pick the attractions that suit your interest. Entrance fees not included.
Welcome to Schwerin, the city surrounded by 7 lakes, the smallest land capital of Germany. Under 100 000 inhabitants this town holds history from the 10th century. Schwerin has existed since at least 1018 and was recognized as a city in 1160. It is known for its romantic Schwerin Palace, crowning an island in Lake Schwerin. The city also has a largely intact old town, suffering only minor damage during World War II. In this tour you will discover the highlights of the area Schwerin, walk its beautiful streets and learn more about its history by visiting the impressive Schwerin Castle.