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With its fine patrician houses and numerous Gothic, Renaissance and neo-Classical monuments, the old capital of the Hanse, now a World Heritage site, is still the most dynamic German city in the Baltic. Surrounded by water, the old town is largely traffic-free and used mainly by pedestrians and cyclists. For centuries Lübeck has been famous for its marzipan and for its cellars which are used to mature wines imported from France.
Tourist attractions Lübeck : Things to see and do
Fünfhausen D - 23552 Lübeck
First build as a hall without a transept in 1250, the church was changed during construction. In the style of French cathedrals, the central hall was high (38.5 metres) and held up by flying buttresses. The 125 metre high steeples were completed in 1..
Kolk 14 D - 23552 Lübeck
Hidden away in one of the most picturesque parts of Lübeck's old town, in a gabled building dating from the 16C, the Theatre Puppet Museum presents one of the richest collections of puppets in the world. Fritz Frey has brought together pieces from th..
Holstenstr. D - 23552 Lübeck
This fortified gate, with its enormous twin towers, was built between 1469 and 1478, before the city wall was constructed. More than a simple defensive structure, this prestigious building now houses the town museum. If you look at the tower from the..
Koberg 12 - 15 D - 23552 Lübeck
Prix Prices from : 69 €
Located in the historic centre of Lübeck, this hotel offers rooms with flat-screen TVs and a rich breakfast buffet each morning. It stands opposite the St Jacobi Church and offers free WiFi. Modern, bright rooms with white furniture are offered at t..
Schüsselbuden 4 D - 23552 Lübeck
This hotel offers Scandinavian-style rooms with modern design and free Wi-Fi. It stands in the heart of Lübeck’s old town, steps from the Buddenbrookhaus and Marienkirche Church. The Hotel an der Marienkirche has non-smoking rooms with light wooden..
Alfstraße 38 D - 23552 Lübeck
Prix Prices from : 128 €
Located 300 metres from the Holsten Gate in Lübeck’s Old Town, this elegant non-smoking hotel offers contemporary-style rooms in the city’s oldest brick building. Rooms offer a flat-screen TV and free calls within Germany. Equipped with high-speed i..
Königstr. 5 D - 23552 Lübeck
This restaurant is in the atmospheric old town, has a tasteful, modern yet elegant interior and good food to boot! Occupying a 13C merchant house, Die Zimberei serves fresh, contemporary yet classic dishes, such as lamb fillets with mixed vegetables ..
Hüxstr. 42 D - 23552 Lübeck
The ideal lunch venue after a little shopping, as the location is convenient and the food excellent. The cuisine is international and everything is made on the premises - even the ice. Lovely small interior courtyard.
Beckergrube 71 D - 23552 Lübeck
Roy Petermann continues to prepare classic cuisine that brings out the flavours and aromas of the excellent produce on which it is based. His restaurant occupies a charming 16C patrician house featuring wonderful bronze figures and high stucco ceilin..
Außenallee 10 D - 23570 Travemünde
This restaurant is a little more casual with a friendly bistro atmosphere. It has a show kitchen (with Andreas Schmidt at the helm), its own wine shop and some lovely tables under the pergola on the terrace. Alongside tapas it serves fish dishes incl..
Schmiedestr. 9 D - 23552 Lübeck
Außenallee 10 D - 23570 Travemünde
The new chef at Buddenbrooks, Dirk Seiger, has already made something of a reputation for himself with his classic, creative and flavoursome cuisine packed with modern touches. What is more, the service and expert wine suggestions are quite as charmi..
Kaiserallee 2 D - 23570 Travemünde
Kevin Fehling has been working with the same enthusiasm and zeal since he took over in the kitchen here in 2005. He refused to rest on his laurels even when he won his third Michelin star. Quite the opposite, in fact he is indefatigable, full of pass..