Pubs and Bars

The exhausting life of a student

When you travel to a new city and you are maybe a student yourself, it is always interesting to know how the daily life of students in the city you visit is. Of course, you can even use this knowledge to copy their behavior and feel like a local yourself and maybe get the chance […]

A Hipster’s Guide to Rostock (Or where to find Good Coffee)

Regardless of wether you identify as a Hipster or you just like the stylish and vintage kind of places – this post is for you! You can see them on the streets wherever you go. Especially downtown or in the KTV (Kröpeliner-Tor- Vorstadt), the student quarter of Rostock. They wear jute bags and skinny jeans […]

Inexpensive Girls Night Out

It is best known that most students are on a veeeeeery low budget. Nevertheless, students really like to party – from time to time at least 😉 . If you and your friends are looking for a great and cheap night out in Rostock, don’t worry! There’s something I’d like to mention: You might know […]

A sparkling way to spend a Monday night

  I suppose Monday is the least beloved day of the week for most people. For most people the working week starts on Monday which is why probably most people seldom go out on a Monday night. But there are always exceptions to the rule, like me 😉 Since I`m a student, I’m pretty much […]

The bestest cake in town

I like a little competition: One day, a friend and I decided to look for the café or bakery that serves the best cake in town. My friend is the Cookie Monster in person. Apple pie or Cupcake, Croissant or Éclair, Baklava or Börek – he is devoted to pastries. To be honest, I prefer […]

Café Käthe – more than a café

A Café usually means a coffeehouse where you meet up with friends, talk for hours, maybe grab a bite to eat, and enjoy a nice cup of coffee. Café Käthe is a little bit more exotic. Of course, you can do all of the above there. Don’t mistake Café Käthe for your average coffeehouse, though — it’s […]

Freigarten – A different spin on the beer garden

If I would be asking a foreign guest of mine to visit a beer garden with me, I wouldn’t be surprised if the next comments I’d hear from him would contain words like ‘pretzels’, ‘weiss beer’ or ‘Bavarian’. And that’s exactly when my previously laid out trap to extinguish this sort of stereotyped idea on […]

The 101 of Tabletop Football in Rostock

Since I have already given you my personal recommendation for watching and playing some good old amateur football in Rostock, I feel it is time to do something good for those among you looking for a more laid-back leisure activity. But I won’t part with my favourite piece of sports equipment just yet. As you […]