Another Place to Cool Down

You don´t like salt water?

The beach is too crowded for you today?

You don’t like the chlorine in the water of the Neptunschwimmhalle?

Well – I´m sorry –  then you cannot swim at all. Have fun sweating 😉



There is still a great opportunity to cool you down!

The Flussbad of Rostock is looking forward to seeing you.
Separated basins for non-swimmers and swimmers, basins for teams who want to play water ball, and boats guarantee a lot of fun and a carefree and moist day. A rescue guard provides additional safety. Several fields for ballgames are built up as naturally as showers and playgrounds for little children. The swimming bath can be visited from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. on weekends and from 2 p.m. – 7 p.m. at workdays. And one thing that is even better than the beach in Warnemünde: if you don´t like to stay all day at the beach or don´t have loose change for the shops: From the Flussbad it takes just 10 minutes to go to the inner city of Rostock!

Used with permission of André Axmann (
Used with permission of André Axmann (

Thanks to André Axmann for the permission to use his fotos from his website:

Here all information in short:

Fluss- und Sonnenbad Rostock

Tel: +49 (0) 163 13 13 720

Water temperature (14th June 2011): 22°C

Opening hours

May – September every day from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (schooldays 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.)

Attention! The opening hours can vary due to bad weather!!
Have a look into a local newspaper and call for further information!


Entrance fee

Day ticket:

  • Adults 3 €
  • Children / teenager (up to 14 years) 1,50 €
  • Students, pupils, severely handicapped persons, trainees 2,00 €
  • Groups of 10 people or more: children 1 €, adults 2€
  • Families (2 adults and 2 children) 7,50 €

How to get there:

You can take two bus lines to the stop called “Flussbad”

Bus 22 (from Rostock Hauptbahnhof only 8 minutes; Monday to Friday)

Bus 23 (from Rostock Hauptbahnhof only 8 minutes; Saturday and Sunday)


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We are Bianca, Christian, Jasmin, Josephine, Lisa and Maria – and also the authors of the "Dos and Don'ts"-articles. We are passionate students of the University of Rostock, we are always up to date with things happening in Rostock AND we are experts of the etiquette-guide and know all those things you better should not do in Germany! ;-)

1 Comment

  1. Nice! Didn’t even know that this place exists. A very cool alternative if I don’t want to drive all the way to Warnemünde. Thank u for the advice!

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