The Warnemünde train station is the terminus of the Rostock S-Bahn. The terminus is located only a few hundred meters from the beach.
Warnemünde station is located in the Baltic resort of the same name, a district of the Hanseatic city of Rostock. It is the terminus of the Rostock S-Bahn. In addition, some long-distance trains call at the station. It was opened in 1886. The new station was opened to the public in 1903. Until 1995 it was the starting point of ferries to Gedser in Denmark. The station is located on an island between two estuaries of the Warnow, the Old and the New Stream, a few meters from the Baltic Sea. A pedestrian bridge connects it with Warnemünde's town center to the west. East of the station, on Neuer Strom, is the Warnemünde Cruise Terminal with berths for cruise ships and the departure point for the ferry to Hohe Düne.