The city of Warnemunde is located on the Baltic Sea in Germany and one of the world's busiest ports and cruise ports.
Many cruise ships start or make stops in Warnemunde making it a popular spot. European vacationers also frequent the beaches. With summer average temperatures of 63F (17C), it is a lovely city to be out exploring, especially on our Warnemunde shore excursions!
Founded in 1200 as a small fishing village, it now boasts the Nordic Ship Yards. Along with ship building and repairs, tourism is the biggest industry. Cruise ship guests often fly into Berlin if they are boarding the cruise ship in Warnemunde. There are many transfers and shuttles available for guests going to or from Warnemunde and Berlin. There are many highlights that visitors, both on a cruise ship or on holiday, can enjoy on our Warnemunde excursions such as the lighthouse that was built in 1897 and still is in use today.
"Old Town" has some nice examples of fisherman houses. And as a complete opposite in architecture style, Teepott (or the teapot) is a steel and glass building that resembles a teapot. There are numerous sculptures located throughout the city including Lotsenhrung, Liebespaar and Windspiel.
If shopping is what you are after, then you will want to hit Alter Strom, the main shopping street where you can find everything you need and many things you did not know you needed! Old Canal Street, a street filled with various shops, vendors and restaurants.
A visit to Warnemunde is not complete without a stop at the Edvund Munch house, home of the famed artist of the Scream.
Or if you are more into the outdoors excursions, there are parks around the city but the biggest draw is the beach with their quaint little huts. Grab a pint of beer and taste some local bratwurst and just enjoy your day in cruise port on our Warnemunde shore excursions.