Arrival and stay
Rostock is located in the North of Germany. As the largest city in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Rostock has its own airport (called Rostock – Laage) and is also very well connected to the public transportation network. Don’t forget your valid passport and valid visa (for non-EU citizens)!
Arriving by plane – your options:
- Hamburg Airport (HAM) (train to Hamburg Central station, then train or bus to Rostock Hbf: 2.5 hours)
- Berlin: currently either Berlin-Tegel (TXL) (bus shuttle TXL to Berlin Hbf) or Berlin-Schönefeld (SXF) (“Airport Express” RE7 and RB14 to Berlin central station) - from Berlin central station take a train to Rostock Hbf: 3 h. There are also direct bus connections from TXL and SXF to Rostock. Have a look at https://www.flixbus.com/bus/rostock
- Rostock-Laage (RLG) (bus shuttle to Rostock: 30 min)
Rostock–Laage (RLG) is served mainly by domestic airlines flying from Frankfurt Main (FRA), Munich (MUC), Stuttgart (STR) or Cologne (CGN) to Rostock. During summer several international flights are offered.
Arriving by train
At the webpages of “Deutsche Bahn” (www.bahn.de) or other European railway systems you can pick and choose the appropriate connections.
Arriving by bus
Rostock is connected to almost all bigger German and European cities by MeinFernbus. You can book tickets via https://www.flixbus.com/bus/rostock
Arriving by car
Rostock is connected to the German motorway network. Europe-wide route recommendations are available in the internet. It is quite easy to reach Rostock by car, however public transport is very developed, so you don’t necessarily need a car in everyday life.