This tour covers the top 10 sights in the Hanseatic city of Rostock by coach and on foot. Depart the quayside by coach for a short transfer to the tramway departure point. Board a tram, Rostock’s main transportation system, and depart on a ride into the heart of the city. Upon arrival, step back in time and start a city walk through Mecklenburg-Vorpommern’s largest city. Proceed to Northern Europe’s oldest university, the University of Rostock, founded in 1419 and built in the Italian Renaissance style. From here, you will take a leisurely stroll through the Kroepeliner Strasse and Am Neuen Markt. Explore the quaint shopping streets, which have flourished since the reunification of East and West Germany in 1990. Even though the city center was largely destroyed during the World War II, you will still find a lot of historical buildings in this district. Within the medieval town center is the 15th century town hall with its seven turreted Gothic façade, an 18th century Baroque front structure and St. Mary’s Church, with its characteristic redbrick that was built around 1398. You will also see an astronomical clock, which was built in 1472, predicting days, dates, etc., spot on. You will be given some free time to marvel at the clock or to shop in the pedestrian zone. Finally, you will board a boat for a cruise along the Warnow River, transferring you back to Warnemuende. During the boat ride you can savor some typical and traditional German beer or German sparkling wine.