Arriving by Car:
Rostock Warnemuende can easily be reached from east and west via the Autobahn A20 and from the south (Berlin) via the Autobahn A19.
Since the A-Cats are hosted in the region called Hohe Duene, on the eastern shore of the river Warnow, it’s not necessarily smart to follow the signs to Warnemuende. From Warnemuende one would need to use the ferry, or the tunnel a bit south (both are not free of charge), to reach the eastern shores of the Warnow.
From East and west one follows the A20 to the Autobahn junction ” Autobahnkreuz Rostock” and changes to the Autobahn A19 direction Rostock. From the South/Berlin, the A19 does not need to be changed.
Leave the A19 at the Exit “Rostock Ost” and proceed to the B105 direction “Stralsund”.
In the village “Rövershagen” please turn left into the “Graal-Müritzer Straße” (L221) and proceed to “Niedernhagen”.
Leave the roundabout at the first exit (means actually turn right) to the “Bäderstaße” (L22). In the Vilage “Hinrichshagen” turn right into the “Markgrafenheidner Straße”, direction “Markgrafenheide”. Follow the street to “Hohe Düne”. Once there, look for the street “Am Yachthafen” and turn right. A few meters into the street the Yachthafen is reached.
Arrival by Aircraft:
Warnemuende can easily be reached through the Ariport Rostock-Lage:
Tel. +49 (0)38454 321390
Bus-Line 127 connects the Airport Rostock-Laage with Rostock and other destination in the region.
An alternative could be the Airport Hamburg (with much better international conectivity):
Flughafenstr. 1 – 3
Tel.: +49 (40) 50 75-0
From Hamburg, Warnemuende can either be reached by Train or retal car (2,5 hours ride).
Arrival by Train:
Warnmuende is easily reached via the Rostock Central Station. From here Public transportation needs to be used to get to Warnemuende.
Warnemuende is connected with the Rostock Central Station with the so called S-Bahn: S1, S2 or S3.
Please keep in mind that Hohe Düne, where the A-Cats are being hosted can only be reached from the normal public transportation station, by using the Warnow ferry. The ferry is free of charge for participants but just after registration.