Warnemünde is a small port town on the Baltic Sea in Germany. It is famous for its long waterfront. Warnemünde was once completely dependent on the fishing industry, but has now become a tourist town. Warnemunde’s beach is the widest beach on the German Baltic Sea coast, stretching for 3 kilometers.
I came here for a business trip in the fall, and I went around in the middle of the meeting. The leaves in the small park were glittering before they fell. The town was very cozy. Time stopped here and everyone was very friendly. It is my ideal tourist destination.
The seaside bathing scene in Warnemünde is really beautiful! The magnificence and shock of the sea can only be felt by listening to the sound of the waves on the spot! It's worth coming to experience a sunbathing, great!
Typical German Baltic Sea bathing beach, many box seats
A seaside town in the northern German city of Rostock, with a port and beach.