Travel Activites & Accomodation

Glashagen – Back To Nature

Since the internet is swamped with people, who needs to show how happy they are all the time, and how down to earth they are (while taking a sip from their over-priced-Starbucks-coffee-to-go-cup), finding peace in nature and meditations, I thought, there must be people who will love it in Glashagen. Glashagen is not far from […]

Rostocker Artnight in the Old Town

On May, 25th the Rostocker Artnight took place in the Old Town  (by klicking on the link you find recent acitvities and events in the Old Town) where you could walk along the small cobblestoned streets and also into the Nikolai-and Petrichurch to look at new and old art from various local artists. The blue […]

Tinder Tourism – Do’s and Don’ts

Tinder Tourism Do’s and Don’ts First dates are tricky – discomfort, boredom, shyness – all these are signs for an awkward goodbye and a wasted afternoon. Well, sometimes you’re just not a good match, even though Tinder told you so. But there’s one thing you really do have an influence on: where to go. My […]

Water of Life at the Baltic Sea

There is currently an abundance of (super) hero/heroines. I’d always like to gloat at them all with a saying that deserves far more coverage: “I can make whisky disappear – what’s your superpower?” When I first arrived in Rostock, I didn’t find it particularly easy to find many places that offered a decent range of […]

Enjoy A Royal Garden Experience

If you ask foreigners about Rostock, you often get two replies: “What’s a Rostock?” and “Ah yes, there’s the beach!“ However, the fact that Rostock has several other beautiful natural and recreational areas in addition to the beach often remains an insider tip even for the inhabitants. The botanical garden is no exception. It is […]