This page is designed to help those who look for short stay apartments in Rostock, Germany. You will be able to find some general advice for sightseeing here, though you will be able to learn much more from your hosts in this city, as all rentals are owned by friendly locals, helping newcomers experience their city in the best way possible.
Almost one hundred short lets in Rostock of all kinds are available through this page so you will have enough options to make your vacation suit your preferences and make it more memorable. Besides, you can rely on reviews of previous visitors when choosing a temporary apartments so there is no chance for a mistake.
Whether you are coming on your own and want just a smaller private room for yourself or you’re arriving as a part of a larger group and want to lease a whole flat with multiple bedrooms you will find what you wish for right here and right now.
If you don’t mind spending some extra money you can rent an entire house and enjoy the utmost level of liberty and autonomy during your stay in Rostock. Of course, whichever option you choose you can expect to find lodgings either downtown or away from the city in more tranquil neighborhoods away from the crowded areas in Rostock.
There are also many amenities available, whether you prefer Internet access, cable TV or kid friendly accommodation.
Short term leases which are listed on our website are owned by locals. These friendly people will help you find anything you need in Rostock and will make your city break more pleasurable. Our private flats are well located all around Rostock, so you will be able to reach any point of the city from your condo.
Rostock has many restaurants, but if you are one of those who are lazy in the morning, you should look for a bed and breakfast accommodation. If you book one of these guesthouses, the owner will prepare a meal for you each morning.
Some Facts About the City
The city of Rostock, a historical city that was part of the Hanseatic League mercantile association, was founded in the 11th century by Polabian Slavs at the Warnow river and given a name of Roztoc (meaning “broadening of a river”).
It is the largest city in the north German state Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and home to one of the oldest universities in the world, founded in 1419. – the University of Rostock. Separated into 21 boroughs of which the Warnemünde is located right at the coast of the Baltic Sea as the northernmost one.
Sights to see in Rostock include the Neuer Markt (New Market Square) with the Town Hall built in the 13th century, on which there are also six gable houses from the 15th and 16th centuries, St. Mary’s Church (Marienkirche), a 13th century Brick Gothic style church with the astronomical clock built in 1472.
The main pedestrian area is Kröpeliner Straße, which goes from the Neuer Markt to the former town gate Kröpeliner Tor. Warnemünde is a major attraction of the city, a seaside part of the city with the maritime style of old houses and a fisherman port.
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