Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (Mecklenburg Vorpommern)
Known as Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania in English, this German state sits at the country’s northern border, and lays claim to miles of coastline along the Baltic Sea. The seaside city of Rostock is a popular destination for Germans and foreign tourists alike and acts as the starting off point to many day trips in the area. The city’s center is filled with historic homes and buildings, but the beach is no doubt the region’s major attraction. Warnemünde beach is one of the best beaches in Germany, and offers a long stretch of soft sand which opens up to the chilly waters of the Baltic Sea.
Thanks in part to its beach atmosphere, Rostock is considered to feature the best nightlife north of Berlin, and has numerous bars and nightclubs in town where visitors can unwind and enjoy German beer and other specialties. Not far from Warnemünde, there is also a casino open all night. Offering classic tables games like Roulette, Blackjack and Poker in additional to slot machines, Casino Warnemünde is open to everyone over 18 with valid ID. Visitors must abide to the casino’s ‘casual chic’ dress code, which permits jeans without holes but favors suits, blazers, polo shirts and the like.
Other casinos are located in coastal cities of Schwerin, Heringsdorf and Stralsund. For more information on all casinos in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, please choose from the list below:
- Casino Schwerin – Closed
- Casino Warnemünde – Closed
- Casino Heringsdorf – Closed
- Casino Stralsund – Closed