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Private Shore Excursion to Berlin from Warnemunde

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Make the best of your cruise stop and enjoy our tours from Warnemunde to Berlin with a private licensed guide. Many cruise lines which cover Northern Europe stop for a day in the cruise port of Warnemunde. Between many of the excursions, you can enjoy from there is a visit to the capital of Germany.

During this shore excursion, you will visit Berlin most historical sights next to a private official tour guide and comfortably in your private luxury vehicle . Your driver will pick you up from the cruise port at your time of arrival and take you on this full-day experience to get to Berlin. It takes approximately 3 hours from the cruise port to Berlin. Once there, you will meet a licensed tour guide, an expert connoisseur of the city.

Enjoy the flexibility of this tour, which will be focused on visiting the places of Berlin you are mostly interested. Get in touch with us for a personalized proposal.

Private Shore Excursion to Berlin from Warnemunde | Points of Interests and Landmarks

Berlin is the capital city and most populated city of Germany. It was founded in the early 1200s and since then, the city went through a strong history. There is much to see in Berlin. Either if you are interested in the modern history or the older history of the city. Among some of the sites that you may visit in Berlin are:

  • Brandenburg Tor: One of the most emblematic places in the city, the old entrance.
  • Reichstag: Parliament building
  • Kurfürstendamm and its Avenue
  • Potsdamer Platz
  • Schlossplatz
  • Alexander Platz
  • Kulturforum
  • Konzerthaus Berlin
  • Berlin Cathedral: Main religious building in Berlin
  • Museumsinsel : UNESCO world heritage site
  • Unter den Linden
  • Botschaften in der Tiergarten Straße

The sites that you may visit in Berlin will be adjusted to your personal interest. Once you arrive to Berlin, you will meet with your licensed guide. All our guides are official tour guides, licensed by the city of Berlin. Depending on your desire, the tour may be mostly focused in history, art of any particular side of the city.

Get in touch with us for a tailor made proposal. Our team of experts will help you arrange one of our personalized tours from Warnemunde to Berlin.

This Private Tour includes:

  • Official Tour guide for 4 hours in Berlin
  • Private vehicle with driver for 12 hours from Warnemunde
  • Pick up and drop off in Warnemunde cruise port
  • Complete personalized experience
  • Public liability insurance
  • Price per person

This Private Tour excludes:

  • Entrance fees
  • Food and drinks
  • No Refund, Modification or Cancellation in any case on any type of tickets or entrance fees.
  • Modification of tour/service dates and starting times are subject to availability.
  • 48 hours prior to first service date: Free Cancellation on guide and private vehicle with chauffeur. Any type of entrance tickets have no refund.
  • Less than 48 hours prior to first service date: No Refund. Payment of 100%.

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Warnemünde – Shore Excursion to Berlin – Ship to Ship full day tour with a private guide

Platinum tour - Including a Van, Driver, Guide, all the main sights of Berlin, Landmarks and top attractions.

Platinum tour – Including a Van, Driver and a Guide.                                                See all the main sights, landmarks and top attractions of Berlin.

Tour price: 1999 usd.

You will be picked up at your ship and then drive to Berlin. Upon your arrival, we will be driving through wonderful Unter der Linden avenue and the following landmarks:

The German parliament–the Reichstag The fabulous Brandenburg Gate The Holocaust Memorial Bebelplatz and the memorial to the Nazi Book Burning The Berlin wall Checkpoint Charlie Gendarmenmarkt Berliner Dome The Royal City Palace The East Side Gallery Museum Island and more.

MEETING LOCATION + TOUR DURATION

Meeting location:  Port or city

End location:  Port or city

Duration:  10 hours

TRANSPORTATION

A comfortable car or van

WHAT’S INCLUDED

– A local guide – A comfortable car or a van – Pick up from the port – Drop off at the port – Car costs (Insurance, Fuel) – A personal driver – A memorable day

ESTIMATED LOCAL CASH NEEDED

20 Euro – Own food and snacks

WHAT’S EXTRA

Your own food and drinks.

TESTIMONIALS

MICHAEL GARSON

United States

Yaron was an incredibly insightful and dedicated guide. He combined a thorough historical review with humor, street savvy, and overall charm. He met our every need along the way, and added the bonus of several impromptu moments that made the tour all the more special. He freely shared personal stories, tailored advice, and invaluable wisdom that enriched our lives in more ways than one. I would book Yaron 10 times out of 10.

ISABELA ABAD-RAMIREZ

I highly recommend taking a tour of the city with Yaron! He is very knowledgeable, kind, and fun, my daughter and I had a wonderful time! He also gave us tons of tips about places to visit and things to do during our stay in Berlin.

DAVE MELLOTT

My wife, 3 and 6 year olds and I did a tour in the rain in Berlin. David improvised and made it fantastic, combining fun, historicity and a solid understanding of the city. He's a natural. We had such a good experience and the kids loved him. We would absolutely use him again. Highly recommended.

Heidi is very talented and an awesome guide. She is very knowledgeable about the city and shows great passion for what she does for a living. She made us feel comfortable and safe, and was very easy-going. She also adapted the tour to fit our needs as the day went on. We were very happy to talk her into continuing the tour for another hour and we could have done more. Excellent experience and highly recommend!

NOREEN ROSSA

Cole met us at our hotel, and provided a knowledgeable and engaging narrative on the main sights of Berlin's city center. As a first time visitor he orientated us to the transportation options and introduced us to one of our favorite stops, the Rausch Chocolate Shop! With his help we planned the remainder of our day in Berlin. We appreciated his perspective and professionalism!

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Berlin from a Cruise Ship: Best Shore Excursions from Warnemunde Cruise Port

Are you exploring berlin from a cruise ship here is my list of 35 top things to do in berlin..

If you’re arriving in Berlin from a cruise ship at the Warnemunde Cruise Port, you’ll want to make the most of your time there! Whether you’re an experienced traveler or a first-time visitor, this vibrant city offers something for everyone — and with limited time available in port, it can be overwhelming to decide which activities you should prioritize.

Fortunately, there are many fantastic shore excursions available from the Warnemunde Cruise Port that will allow you to immerse yourself in Berlin’s culture and history fully. From visiting iconic landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate to exploring rustic villages outside the city, these tours offer a comprehensive overview of all that Berlin has to offer.

My personal favorite shore excursion is a full-day tour of the city’s must-see sights. Not only will you get to view stunning monuments and learn about Germany’s history, but you’ll also be able to soak up the lively atmosphere of this unique city.

River Cruise Tour in Berlin

Another great option is an afternoon bike tour through various neighborhoods, which is a great way to get a feel for the city’s diverse culture and visit spots that you may not have seen otherwise. If you’re looking for something outside of the city, there are also several tours that include visits to quaint villages in the surrounding areas.

Bike tour of Berlin

Here, you can take some time away from the hustle and bustle of the city to explore traditional German culture in a more relaxed setting.

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What to do when visiting Berlin from a Cruise Ship?

When visiting Berlin from a cruise ship, there are plenty of ways to explore and experience the Warnemunde Port and surrounding areas. There are several ways to explore.

You can leisurely stroll through the pedestrian-friendly streets, hop on a train or metro to visit different towns, join a guided tour group, or rent a car and embark on a scenic drive to your desired destination.

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Walkable – What to do in Warnemunde for a Day?

Both Warnemunde Town and the train station are walkable from this cruise port.

Warnemunde Town Center viewed from the top deck of a cruise ship

Warnemunde Town Center

Follow the signs to Stadzentrum, which means city center in German. Proceed towards the train station, and you’ll come across a tunnel underneath the railway tracks. While visiting Warnemunde take in the following sights and activities:

Ferris Wheel in Warnemunde Germany

  • Ferris Wheel
  • Mini Train – 30 minutes 6 euros
  • Boat Tour – 1 hour 15 euros

Train and train station seen from the top deck of a cruise ship at the Warnemunde Cruise Terminal

The train station is conveniently located within a short walking distance from the cruise port, merely 5 minutes away on foot. It is worth noting that the trains while lacking air conditioning, provide a reliable mode of transportation.

Board the train to Rostock Hauptbahnhof (main train station) for a quick 20-minute ride at a cost of around 2.8 euros. In Rostock, you can

Polar Bear at the Rostock Zoo

  • Rostock Zoo
  • St Mary’s Church – astronomical clock built in 1472, predicting days, dates, etc.

You can take the train from Warnemunde Cruise Port to Berlin for a 2-2.5 hour journey which costs around 21 euros. It is important to note that there is no air conditioning on this train.

Once in Berlin, you can visit some of the famous landmarks such as Brandenburg Gate or Checkpoint Charlie, shop in upscale boutiques, or explore the historical sites. You can also take advantage of the free walking tours offered by many companies for a more personalized experience of Berlin.

You can also rent a car if you want to explore out of Berlin in order to make your own itinerary and stop along the way at whatever places capture your interest. Consider driving to nearby cities such as Potsdam, Leipzig, or Hanover.

Tour Bus heading to Berlin from the Cruise Ship Terminal

By Booking a Tour

If you don’t feel like navigating the destination on your own, book a tour from the Cruise Port. The tours will take you to Wismar, Schwerin, Bad Doberan, or Berlin with a knowledgeable and experienced guide who can provide insights into the beauty of each city.

You can rest assured that all of your travel needs are taken care of, including any stops along the way at attractions or for meals. At Wismar, you can visit St. Nikolai Church and St. Mary’s Church, two beautiful churches that are a testament to this city’s long history.

Highlights in Wismar:

Church in Wismar

  • Wismar’s Old Town and Brewery 
  • Two Churches
  • UNESCO site
  • Classic Rathaus

Castle in Schwerin Germany

At Schwerin , you can take in the stunning views of Schwerin Castle and explore its expansive grounds. Also, a beautiful church to explore.

Bad Doberan is home to the famous Bad Doberan Minster and if you’re lucky, you might even get to see one of their wild horses.

Berlin has so much more to offer than what can be seen on a day tour, but these tours are an excellent way to get acquainted with this diverse city and all of its fascinating sights. See Things to Do when visiting Berlin below for an extensive list of activities and places to visit.

  • Stop ½ way for a nature break and snacks
  • Tour buses in Germany can have a maximum of 35

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Art work in Berlin

Best Cruise Ships that Visit Berlin

Visitors to Berlin can choose from a variety of cruise lines that offer excursions and shoreside experiences.

Popular cruise lines include Royal Caribbean, Holland America Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, MSC Cruises, Costa Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Carnival Cruise Line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Viking Cruises, and Princess Cruises. All of these brands provide luxurious amenities and stunning views as you sail to the German capital.

Cruise Lines and Ships that visit Berlin

Berlin, Germany is a destination that attracts ships from various cruise lines.

  • Royal Caribbean – Serenade of the Seas
  • Holland America Line – Rotterdam, Zuiderdam, Nieuw Statendam
  • Norwegian Cruise Line – Dawn, Getaway, Star
  • MSC Cruises – Poesia, Euribia, Preziosa
  • Celebrity Cruises – Apex, Silhouette
  • Carnival Cruise Line – Legend
  • Regent Seven Seas Cruises – Navigator, Voyager, Mariner
  • Princess Cruises – Sky Princess, Caribbean Princess, Emerald Princess, Coral Princess
  • Viking Cruises – Venus

Warnemunde Cruise Port: Where do cruise ships dock in Berlin?

The German port of Warnemünde serves as a gateway to Berlin, making it a popular stopover for cruise passengers. Various cruise lines provide excursions that include chartered train transportation to reach Berlin, with the journey typically taking around three hours.

Church in Berlin

35 Things to Do When Visiting Berlin from a Cruise Ship

Traveling to Berlin? Here’s a list of 35 Things to Do When Visiting this vibrant city!

1. Berlin Pavilion 

The Berlin Pavilion is a wonderful place to visit while in Berlin, located in the Tiergarten park. This building was commissioned by King Friedrich Wilhelm IV, and it provides a beautiful view of the city from its cupola lookout. Visitors can enjoy the lush gardens and picturesque statues that are scattered throughout this area.

👉 Book your tour that includes Berlin Pavilion

Museum Square with the TV Tower in the background

2. Alexanderplatz

Nestled in the vibrant heart of Berlin, Alexanderplatz is an inviting square brimming with an array of captivating restaurants and eclectic shops waiting to be discovered.

This bustling hub offers an abundance of entertainment options, featuring renowned historical landmarks like the Fernsehturm (Television Tower) and the venerable Marienkirche (St. Mary’s Church), among countless others. Immerse yourself in the enchanting allure of Alexanderplatz and embark on an extraordinary journey through this cultural haven.

The location makes it easily accessible from most parts of the city and is the perfect place to explore Berlin.

👉 Book your tour that includes Alexanderplatz

Holocast Memorial in Berlin

3. Holocaust Memorial

The Holocaust Memorial is an important place to visit in Berlin. Located near the Brandenburg Gate, it serves as a powerful reminder of one of history’s darkest moments and honors those who lost their lives during the Nazi era. Visiting this memorial will leave you with a deep appreciation for the many sacrifices made during that time.

👉 Book your tour that includes the Holocaust Memorial

4. Pergamon Museum

The Pergamon Museum houses an incredible collection of ancient art pieces, each showcasing a different culture.

This museum is one of the most popular attractions in Berlin and features famous artifacts such as the Ishtar Gate from Babylon and panels of the Mshatta Facade. A visit to this museum will leave you with a greater appreciation for the diversity of cultures around the world.

👉 Book your walking tour that includes the Pergamon Museum

5. East Side Gallery

The East Side Gallery is an outdoor art gallery with many colorful murals painted over the remnants of the Berlin Wall. It stands as a powerful reminder of how far we have come and serves as a celebration of freedom and unity. This open-air museum is sure to leave you feeling inspired and humbled at the same time.

👉 Book the Hop on Hop off Bus to get to the East Side Gallery

East Side Gallery in Berlin

6. American Embassy 

The American Embassy is located near the Brandenburg Gate and serves as a reminder of the strong ties between Germany and America. Visiting this iconic building will give you an insight into the relationship between two powerful countries and allow you to gain a greater understanding of international relations.

👉 Book your tour that includes the American Embassy

Berlin Zoo front entrance

7. Berlin Zoo or Aquarium

Berlin’s zoo and aquarium are both great places to visit if you want a fun and educational experience. The zoo houses over 19,000 animals from all around the world and the aquarium features thousands of sea creatures, including sharks, jellyfish, and stingrays.

Both attractions are perfect for families or individuals looking to spend a few hours exploring Berlin’s incredible animal life.

8. Tiergarten Park

Tiergarten Park is one of the largest parks in Berlin and a perfect place to relax after a long day of sightseeing. It features beautiful gardens, tranquil lakes, and scenic pathways; it’s also a great spot for bird-watching. Whether you’re looking for some peace and quiet or just want to take in all the natural beauty of Berlin, Tiergarten Park is a must-see.

👉 Book your tour that includes Tiergarten Park

River Cruise in Berlin TV Tower in the background

9. Take a River Cruise

What better way to experience the city of Berlin than by taking a river cruise down its iconic river, the Spree? You’ll get an up-close look at some of Berlin’s most recognizable landmarks as you float past, and you might even learn something new about the city and its history. Plus, the cruise is a great way to take in all of Berlin’s beauty from a different perspective.

👉 Book your Berlin 3-Course Dinner Cruise

Standing in former east and west Germany at the same time.

10. Berlin Wall

No visit to Berlin would be complete without seeing the historic Berlin Wall. This iconic structure stands as a reminder of the city’s turbulent history and is filled with stories of courage, resilience, and hope.

Visiting the wall provides a powerful look into the past, as well as some incredible views of modern-day Berlin. The main section of the Berlin Wall can be found in the Mitte district of Berlin.

👉 Book your tour that includes the Berlin Wall

Berlin Wall Memorial Site

11. Berlin Wall Memorial

The Berlin Wall Memorial is a great way to learn more about Germany’s tumultuous past. Visitors can take in the powerful atmosphere of this memorial, which consists of two parts – an outdoor exhibition area and an indoor documentation center.

With its location near Checkpoint Charlie and Bebelplatz, the Berlin Wall Memorial is an essential part of the Berlin experience.

👉 Book your tour that includes the Berlin Wall Memorial

Topography of Terror Museum

12. Topography of Terror Museum

Another great way to learn more about Germany’s history is by visiting the Topography of Terror Museum. This museum, located near Checkpoint Charlie, showcases artifacts and information related to the Nazi regime and its victims. By visiting this museum, visitors can gain a better understanding of the horrors of this period in history.

👉 Book your tour that includes the Topography of Terror Museum

Check Point Charlie in Berlin Germany

13. Checkpoint Charlie

Checkpoint Charlie is a must-see for anyone visiting Berlin from Warnemunde. It was once one of the main checkpoints between East and West Berlin and is now a museum that displays artifacts from both sides of the wall, as well as stories about those who risked their lives attempting to cross it.

👉 Book your tour that includes Checkpoint Charlie

Opera House in Berlin Germany

14. Opera House

The Berlin State Opera is one of the city’s most renowned cultural institutions. Located in central Mitte, this beautiful building offers visitors a unique opportunity to take in a piece of musical culture and experience some of the best performances of the operatic arts.

From mesmerizing concerts to stunning ballets, you’ll be sure to find something that captivates your senses at the Berlin State Opera.

👉 Book your walking tour that includes the Opera House

TV Tower in Berlin Germany seen when visiting from a cruise ship

15. TV Tower

The TV Tower is one of Berlin’s iconic landmarks. At 1207 feet (368 meters) tall, it offers stunning views of the city and its surrounding areas from its observation deck.

On a clear day, you can even see as far as Potsdam! Not only that, but the tower also serves as a beacon for visitors and locals alike, lighting up brightly in the night sky. Located in Alexanderplatz, the TV Tower is a must-see for any Berlin excursion from Warnemunde.

👉 Book your tickets to the Berlin TV Tower

tours from warnemunde to berlin

16. Reichstag Building

The Reichstag Building stands as a memorial to the German Parliament and symbolizes Germany’s democratic spirit. This iconic building was built in 1894 and allowed visitors to explore the history of German democracy over the centuries.

Visitors can take tours of the building, marvel at its intricate architecture and watch debates in the Bundestag chamber. The Reichstag Building is located near other monuments such as the Brandenburg Gate and Victory Column, making it a great place to explore Berlin’s rich history and culture.

👉 Book your tour that includes Reichstag Building

park at museum square

17. Museum Square

Museum Square is a must-see when visiting Berlin from Warnemunde. Located in the center of the city, Museum Square is home to some of Europe’s most famous museums and galleries such as the Alte Nationalgalerie and Neue Nationalgalerie.

Here, visitors can explore artworks from around the world spanning different eras and genres – from the ancient to the contemporary. It’s a great place to spend a few hours and take in Berlin’s amazing culture. Book your tour that includes Museum Square

Berlin Cathedral

18. Berlin Cathedral

The Berlin Cathedral is one of the most impressive sights in the city, with its towering spire and ornate interior. Located near Museum Island on the Spree River, this historic cathedral offers visitors an opportunity to explore centuries of German Christianity and culture.

Visitors can take a guided tour or simply admire its beautiful architecture from the outside, making it a great addition to any Berlin shore excursion.

👉 Book your tour that includes the Berlin Cathedral

Victory Column in Berlin

19. Victory Column

The Victory Column, located in the heart of Berlin near the Brandenburg Gate, is an impressive monument that commemorates Prussian victories. It stands over 220 feet (67 meters) high and is a popular destination for visitors due to its incredible architecture and wonderful city views.

Visitors can climb up the 285 steps to reach the top, making it a great spot to take in panoramic views of Berlin.

👉 Book your tour that includes the Victory Column

The Red City Hall, German Rotes Rathaus, the town hall of Berlin, Germany

20. Red City Hall

The Red City Hall is a stunning building located in the center of Berlin and cannot be missed. This magnificent sandstone structure houses the offices of the local government and has an impressive facade with 12 towers that symbolize each district of Berlin.

It is also home to a number of interesting historical artifacts, making it an ideal destination for visitors interested in learning more about the city and its past. The Red City Hall is located near the Brandenburg Gate, making it an easy addition to any shore excursion.

21. Jewish Museum Berlin

The Jewish Museum Berlin is a modern museum dedicated to preserving the history of Jews in Germany. The museum includes interactive exhibits that explore different aspects of German-Jewish life from medieval times up until the present day.

This museum is a must-see and offers visitors a unique chance to learn about the history of German Jews in an interesting and engaging manner. The Jewish Museum Berlin is located near the Red City Hall, making it an easy addition to any shore excursion.

👉 Book your tour that includes the Jewish Museum Berlin

Museum in Museum Square spotted when visitng Berlin fro a cruise ship

22. Unter-den-Linden Boulevard

Unter-den-Linden Boulevard is Berlin’s famous boulevard stretching from the Brandenburg Gate to Museumsinsel, and it provides visitors with a glimpse into the city’s past.

Here, visitors can find impressive buildings such as the German State Opera House, Schlossbrücke Bridge, and the Humboldt University, all of which provide a glimpse into the city’s history and culture.

Visitors will also find plenty of shopping and dining options along the boulevard, making it a great place to explore during a shore excursion. Under-den-Linden Boulevard is conveniently located near Red City Hall and the Jewish Museum Berlin.

👉 Book your tour that includes Unter-den-Linden Boulevard

23. Potsdam Square

Potsdam Square is a beautiful and vibrant square in the heart of Berlin. Here, visitors can find street performers, cafes, restaurants, and plenty of shopping options. It’s also home to some famous landmarks such as Brandenburg Gate and the Victory Column. Potsdam Square is conveniently located near Red City Hall and the Jewish Museum Berlin.

👉 Book the Hop on Hop off Bus to get to Potsdam Square

24. Bellevue Palace

Bellevue Palace is a stunning neoclassical palace in the heart of Berlin. Visitors can explore the palace’s beautiful gardens, take a guided tour of its interior, and enjoy views of the nearby Spree River. Bellevue Palace is conveniently located near Potsdam Square and Kurfürstendamm.

👉 Book the Hop on Hop off Bus to get to Bellevue Palace

Window to see empty library shelves

25. Bebelplatz with the empty Library

Bebelplatz is an iconic Berlin landmark that features a memorial to the burning of books during World War II, known as the “empty library”. Visitors can take in this powerful reminder of past events and reflect on its relevance in modern times. Bebelplatz is conveniently located near Brandenburg Gate and Bellevue Palace.

👉 Book your tour that includes Bebelplatz

Brandenburg Gate in Berlin Germany

26. Brandenburg Gate

The Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag are must-see attractions in Berlin. Visitors can admire the beautiful architecture of the Brandenburg Gate or explore inside the Reichstag, where you can learn more about Germany’s government and history. The Brandenburg Gate and Reichstag are conveniently located near Potsdam Square and Bebelplatz.

👉 Book your tour that includes Brandenburg Gate

Gendarmenmarkt square with Concert hall in Berlin, German

27. Gendarmenmarkt

Gendarmenmarkt is a public square situated in the heart of Berlin. Visitors can admire the breathtaking architecture of the Concert House, French Cathedral, and German Cathedral, as well as take in great views of Berlin’s cityscape. Located near Potsdam Square and Bebelplatz, Gendarmenmarkt provides visitors with an authentic Berlin experience.

👉 Book your tour that includes Gendarmenmarkt

28. Stressed especially 17. Juni 

Stressed especially 17. Juni is a long stretch of park that commemorates the events of June 17, 1953 when East Germans protested against Soviet rule.

Visitors can take in beautiful views of the nearby Tiergarten and Berlin Zoo, as well as remember the significance of what happened on this historic day. Stressed especially 17. Juni is conveniently located near Brandenburg Gate and Bellevue Palace.

👉 Book your tour that includes Stressed especially 17. Juni

29. Hitler’s Bunker

Hitler’s Bunker is a structure located near Potsdamer Platz that served as the infamous Nazi dictator’s headquarters during World War II.

Visiting Hitler’s Bunker provides an immersive look into the events of this period in history, and allows visitors to gain a more personal understanding of Germany’s role in WWII. It is the only remaining structure of its kind in Berlin and provides a haunting reminder of the past.

👉 Book your walking tour that includes Hitler’s Bunker

Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin our first stop on our tour when visiting from a cruise ship

30. Charlottenburg Palace

Charlottenburg Palace is the oldest surviving Prussian palace in Berlin and one of the city’s top tourist attractions.

Located in the Charlottenburg district, this former royal residence features stunning architecture, beautiful gardens, and plenty of history to explore. Visitors can enjoy a guided tour or simply wander through the vast grounds and admire the lavish décor from centuries past.

👉 Book your tour that includes Charlottenburg Palace

Shopping street in Berlin seen when visiting from a cruise ship

31. Kurfürstendamm (Ku-Damn) West Berlin’s most famous street

Kurfürstendamm (Ku-Damm) is West Berlin’s most iconic street. This bustling boulevard, located in the center of the city, features upscale shops, gourmet restaurants, and plenty of entertainment venues.

Visitors can explore the shops along this historic street or simply enjoy people-watching while admiring its unique architecture. Ku-Damm is the perfect place to experience local culture and gain a better understanding of Berlin’s rich history.

👉 Book your tour that includes Kurfurstendamm

32. Emperor William Memorial Church – the hollow tooth

The Emperor William Memorial Church, also known as the “Hollow Tooth”, is an iconic symbol of Berlin located in the center of Tiergarten Park . The church, damaged during WWII, was preserved in its original state and still stands today as a reminder of Germany’s turbulent past.

Visiting this historic monument provides visitors with a unique insight into Berlin’s complex history and is well worth a visit. The church is located near the Brandenburg Gate, offering convenient access to this popular tourist spot.

Berlins futuristic main station, located on the Spree river seen when visiting from a cruise ship

33. Berlins Hauptbahnhof (Main Train Station)

Berlins Hauptbahnhof is the central train station located in the city center and is a popular tourist destination. It features an impressive architectural design, shopping, restaurants, and convenient connections to other cities throughout Germany.

This bustling hub offers visitors a chance to experience local culture while enjoying modern amenities, making it an ideal spot for exploring Berlin’s exciting attractions.

34. Sashsenhausen Camp

The Sashsenhausen Concentration Camp is located in a suburb of Berlin and provides visitors with an insight into one of the darkest chapters in German history. Visiting this memorial site offers a sobering reminder of the past and is essential for understanding how far Germany has come since WWII.

The camp grounds are well-preserved and feature various monuments, exhibitions, and memorials, making it an impactful experience.

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35. Nightlife in Berlin

Berlin is known for its vibrant nightlife with bars, clubs, and pubs located throughout the city. With a range of music styles to choose from such as techno, EDM, rock, and jazz there is something to suit every taste. The friendly atmosphere makes it easy to make new friends and the opportunity to experience the city until the early hours of the morning.

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NOTE: Pipes can be seen above ground in Berlin. These are for carrying water for construction projects, and because of the high water table in Berlin, it is the best solution.

Oldest Church in Berlin Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

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What is Berlin known for?

Berlin is renowned for its rich history, vibrant culture, and exciting nightlife. It has been the epicenter of German politics since it became the capital in 1871 and is home to iconic monuments such as The Brandenburg Gate.

It is also a melting pot of cultures due to its incredibly diverse population stemming from all corners of the world. Berlin is known for its thriving art scene, featuring both stunning street art and renowned contemporary galleries.

From the legendary Berghain nightclubs to the world-famous Berlin Film Festival, there is something for everyone in this city. Berlin is also known for its unique architecture, ranging from historical buildings to modern designs.

Last, but not least, it is home to many of Germany’s top universities, making it a vibrant hub of innovation and creativity. Whether you’re looking for history, culture, or nightlife, Berlin has something to offer everyone!

Brandenburg Gate in Berlin from a cruise ship

Is Berlin worth visiting?

Absolutely! Whether you want to immerse yourself in the city’s history, explore its culture, or experience its nightlife, there is something for everyone in Berlin. Not only does it boast iconic monuments such as The Brandenburg Gate and the Berlin Wall Memorial, but it also features amazing street art and contemporary galleries.

Plus, with all of the universities located here, Berlin has become a vibrant hub of innovation and creativity. And let’s not forget about its thriving nightlife! There is something for everyone in this dynamic city. So if you’re looking for an exciting vacation destination, Berlin is definitely worth considering.

Can I walk to the city center from the Berlin cruise port?

Unfortunately, walking to the city center from a cruise port is not an option if you’re visiting Berlin. The Warnemunde Cruise Port is located in Rostock, Germany which is about 3 hours by bus from the city center of Berlin.

However, if your cruise ship docks at the port in Warnemunde Town, then it is possible to walk to the city center of Warnemunde. The town of Warnemunde is a small fishing village located in the district of Rostock, Germany and it takes about 15 minutes on foot to reach its central area.

How far is the port from the beach?

The Warnemunde Cruise Port is located just a short 10-minute walk from the beach. This makes it easy to enjoy the warm weather and sun while visiting the area. Enjoy a relaxing day in the sand or take a stroll along the beach and admire the stunning views!

Transportation in Berlin and the Warmemunde Port

How to get to warmemunde from the cruise terminal port.

You can easily walk to the town of Warnemunde from the cruise port terminal. The journey takes about 10 minutes and is an enjoyable stroll along a scenic path.

How to get from Warmemunde Port to Berlin?

The easiest way to get from the Warnemunde Cruise Port to Berlin is by taking a train. The journey takes about 3 hours and offers comfortable seating, as well as impressive views along the way. Make sure you purchase your tickets in advance to avoid any hassles!

Subway (public transportation stop) near Brandenburg Gate in Berlin

What is the most popular transportation in Berlin?

The majority of tourists utilize the U-Bahn to navigate the city. Distinguished by its vibrant yellow trains, this underground rail network comprises 10 distinct routes, encompassing over 173 stops throughout the city.

U-Bahn Yellow Trains in Berlin

Frequently Ask Questions (FAQs): Berlin from a Cruise Ship

Cruise ship visitors often have questions about Berlin, so here are some of the most frequently asked questions to help you plan your trip.

The official currency in Berlin, Germany is Euro (EUR). Please make sure to exchange your local currency before you arrive.

The easiest way to get to Berlin City Centre from Warnemunde port is by train. Multiple trains are running throughout the day and taking around 2-2.5 hours.

No, due to the distance of around 90 miles (140 km). However, you can take the train which takes 2-2.5 hours from Warnemunde port to Berlin City Centre.

Near Warnemunde there are a variety of activities such as beach activities, boat tours, shopping, and wonderful restaurants.

Several hop on hop off bus tour companies are operating in Berlin

The public transportation system in Berlin is very extensive. You can easily get around by train, bus, hop on hop off buses , or taxi. Uber also operates in Berlin if you prefer a private ride service.

The distance between Warnemunde and Berlin is approximately 90 miles (140km).

Yes, the Warnemunde terminal offers complimentary Wi-Fi for all its passengers.

Berlin row homes seen when visiting from a cruise ship

The Wrap-Up: Berlin from a Cruise Ship

Visiting Berlin from a cruise ship is an unforgettable experience. Not only do you get to explore the sites and sounds of one of Europe’s most vibrant cities, but you can also take advantage of its easy access to Warnemunde Cruise Terminal.

From shopping and sightseeing to beach activities and wonderful restaurants, there is something for everyone in Warnemunde.

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  • After a scenic ride of about 2 ½ hours through the idyllic flatlands of North Germany and its hundreds of lakes, your Private Guide will meet you in Berlin, taking you round the highlights of the German capital.

Along the way you will see, among other sights, Berlin Cathedral, the Reichstag Building (German Parliament) and the new Government Quarter and of course the Brandenburg Gate. Naturally one of the few remaining stretches of the Berlin Wall, the tree-lined “Unter den Linden” boulevard, Bellevue Palace, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and of course notorious sights of the Third Reich and Cold War as for example Checkpoint Charlie, the Reichstag Building, Göring's former Aviation Ministry and many other thrilling sites.

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  • Gendarmenmarkt – A baroque gem with the French and German dome
  • Alexander Platz – Central meeting point today as it was in East-Germany with the famous TV-Tower
  • Museumsinsel – An island in the middle of Berlin - full of splendid and unique museums
  • Unter den Linden – Under the Lime Trees, one of the famous big city Boulevards of Europe
  • The former site of Adolf Hitlers Bunker
  • The East-Side-Gallery - The painted Wall
  • Holocaust Mahnmal – The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
  • Brandenburger Tor – An earlier gateway to the city, the main Berlin landmark
  • Reichstagsgebäude – The former Emperors Parliament, today Germanys new Parliament
  • Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche – Emperor William Memorial Church
  • Kurfürstendamm – Famous bustling shopping street in former West – Berlin
  • Potsdamer Platz – One of Berlins new centres with an outstanding modern architecture
  • Original remnants of the Berlin Wall
  • Victory Column – Memorial to the triumph in the Prussian – French War from 1870
  • Tiergarten Parc – Berlins large "Central Park", the former Royalty's game park
  • Olympic Stadium – Built for the 1936 Olympic Games
  • Charlottenburg Palace – A splendid baroque summer palace, built 1695

Of course you'll be taken also to many sites off the beaten path as well as to the the young, vibrant and hip Berlin districts as Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain and Prenzlauer Berg.

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The coastal resort town of Warnemunde might not be very well known beyond the borders of Germany, but its charm and gentle spirit lure more and more people to this hidden gem. Many people stop in Warnemunde on a cruise to Berlin and take a day trip to Germany’s biggest city, but taking it easy in Warnemunde also has its benefits

On a Scandinavian cruise , a stop in Warnemunde offers a picturesque alternative to the busy city vibes of the capital. Here, you’ll see the laidback side of the German countryside, whether you’re lounging on Warnemunde Beach or sailing the Baltic Sea. Warnemunde is rapidly growing as a foodie destination because of the sheer amount of travelers passing through. Don’t miss a chance to try the region’s famous smoked fish. Sailing and regatta are cultural touchstones that bring resort-goers back to Warnemunde every year.

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On a Warnemunde cruise, check out Am Strom, where the town’s best shopping, resorts, cafes, boutiques, and restaurants are tucked away. The boats floating in the harbor offer the perfect vacation photo op.

Warnemunde Beach

Because Warnemunde is known as a resort town, its calm and relaxed beaches are one of the biggest draws for visitors to the area. Grab your beach towel and lounge the day away if you wish, then end your day with a drink from a local beer hall.

The Kröpelin Gate

At nearly 200 feet tall, the Kröpelin Gate is one of the oldest sights in the Rostock area, and taking a photo in front of the gate is a must. According to records, the gate has been in existence since the 11th century.

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An afternoon sailing on the Baltic Sea is an unforgettable experience for all ages and groups of all sizes. Private boat tours and regatta are hugely popular excursions in the area. Pack a picnic, your bathing suit, and snorkel gear to fully enjoy it.

Day Trip to Berlin

Berlin is about 2.5 hours away from Warnemunde by train, and many travelers head that way to see the capital city up close. You could quickly get swept up seeing the Berlin Wall, Museum Island, Brandenburg Gate, and other landmarks.

See the Lighthouse

The lighthouse in Warnemunde is the city’s most iconic sight that represents the history of Warnemunde all in one landmark. You can see the lighthouse from almost anywhere in the city, and the view from the top offers a panorama of the Baltic Sea and the resorts below.

Top Food and Drink Spots Near the Berlin (Warnemunde) Cruise Port

Fischerklause

Address: Am Strom 123 

This popular fish spot is frequented by tourists and locals alike. The entire restaurant is outfitted in nautical decor. Try the local halibut, swordfish, or smoked salmon.

Address: Am Yachthafen 1

Focused on seasonally changing European fare, the Brasserie is perfect for an elegant night out in Warnemunde. The view of the harbor is one of the main reasons to make a reservation, along with excellent mains and a cozy, white-tableclothed atmosphere.

Fischhus Min Herzing

Address: Poststr. 1, 18119

Locally caught fish done well is the theme of the menu at this unassuming fish house. It’s located a short walk away from Warnemunde Church, and you’ll know you’ve arrived once you see the building’s bright yellow exterior.

Culture & History of Berlin (Warnemunde) Cruise Port

Warnemunde began as a humble fishing village in the 13th century, and grew to become one of Germany’s biggest resort towns. It’s one of the busiest cruise ports in all of the Baltic Sea, and many use this stop as a jumping-off point to get to Berlin, which is less than a three-hour train ride away. When you’re on a cruise to Berlin by way of Warnemunde, you’ll notice that the German language dominates here. Sailing and the regatta are important cultural activities that bring the entire community together. Today, the population totals less than 10,000 people, and tourism is the biggest economic driver.

Berlin (Warnemunde) Port Facilities & Location

The cruise port bustles with activity during the summer months. Your Warnemunde cruise ship might dock fairly close to the beach, while the other berth is closer to the town of Rostock.

Transportation in Berlin (Warnemunde)

It is about a 2.5-hour train ride from Warnemunde to Berlin. You can also stay around Warnemunde or take a 30-minute train to nearby Rostock instead. Most visitors get around via train, ferry, or taxi.

Shopping Near the Berlin (Warnemunde)Cruise Port

Pick berries and buy gourmet treats to snack on during your day in port or back on the ship at a charming local strawberry farm. At the strawberry-themed Pier 7, you can shop knickknacks and home goods. Once you get to the Warnemunde city center, you’ll find plenty of artisanal shops and boutiques. Most stores are closed past 8pm.

Local Currency & Tipping Customs

You’ll use the euro during your time in port on a Warnemunde cruise, like you would in other parts of Germany and the European Union (EU). Carrying some cash is recommended, but not mandatory. Leave a 5% to 10% tip when eating out at a restaurant or after a taxi ride. Rounding up to the nearest euro for your fare is also polite

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    Discover the best of Berlin on this all-in-one shore excursion from Warnemunde Port. Head to Germany's capital and visit some of its key landmarks such as Charlottenburg Palace, the Brandenburg Gate, the Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie and more. Learn about the city's history from your informative guide as you traverse every corner of this alternative city before heading back to your ship.

  20. Warnemunde to Berlin Train

    With a HoHo bus tour you will get around without walking yourself, you can directly enter the bus round tour near Berlin Hbf (main station). 1 day Bahn ticket: 44 EUR (valid from 9 am). Hop-on-hop-off bus tour. : 22 EUR. Total: 66 EUR plus food & beverages on your choice.

  21. Berlin Private Tour with Warnemuende Port Transportation 2024

    While docked at the Warnemünde cruise port, get an insider's look at Berlin on this full-day private tour. Enjoy personalized attention while visiting some of Berlin's most popular attractions like the Holocaust Memorial, Checkpoint Charlie, Brandenburg Gate, and the TV Tower, to name a few. Customize the tour and learn about the history of Berlin, from its beginnings to its role as the ...

  22. Traveling to Berlin from a Cruise Ship Port Warnemunde

    1. It is worth the 11 hours and cost of $455 per person to visit Berlin from a cruise ship with the cruise ship guides 2.

  23. Warnemunde Port to Berlin and Sachsenhausen Shore Excursion 2024

    Maximize your shore time with this combined full-day trip. Start with a Berlin city tour from Warnemunde or Rostock, visiting landmarks such as Charlottenburg Palace, Brandenburg Gate, and Checkpoint Charlie. Then, venture to the Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen to delve into World War II history. Afterward, return to port, having experienced two enriching tours in one day.