The south-west meets the north-east. Right here in Rostock.
Rostock is at the heart of the north-east - exactly where the Berlin - Copenhagen and Hamburg - Szczecin axes meet. With a modern port, airport and excellent transport connections, Rostock is a multimodal transport hub. Regardless of whether it is the markets in Scandinavia or in east, west and southern Europe - from here, fast and most importantly short distances are guaranteed. The central location allows for lower shipping and distribution costs that makes Rostock's international hub a highly attractive logistics and commercial centre. The town is also digitally linked and integrated with one of Germany's most modern cable fibre networks.
Rostock port is the only and biggest deep-sea port on Germany's Baltic coast with daily ferry services to Scandinavia, the Baltic and Russia as well as the most modern superstructure and infrastructure. A unique, complete orbital motorway in northern Germany connects the city and port to the European highway network. Operating 24 hours per day, the Rostock-Laage airport is the perfect place for airlines and carriers. As Germany's first privately financed transport project, the Warnow Tunnel connects districts east and west of Warnow river.