Holsten Gate

Holsten Gate

Behind the thick walls of Lübeck’s famous Landmark an Exhibition entitled “The Hanseatic League – The Power of Trade” invites you to a fascinating medieval world of a Lübeck merchant and of global trade and seafaring. Incidentally, the city gate was equipped with 30 cannons in the late Middle Ages, but none has ever fired a single shot.
Do & See

St. Mary's church

This Lutheran church is full of art and atmosphere, with a very moving Chapel of Memory. It was constructed between 1250 and 1350 and is the third largest church in Germany.
Hospital of the Holy Spirit

Hospital of the Holy Spirit

Sympathetic and responsible Lübeck residents built the Hospital of the Holy Spirit, where care was provided for the elderly and infirm already in the 13th century. At Christmas time, visitors to the arts and crafts market in the hospital’s vaulted hall can soak up the medieval atmosphere.
Travemünde - Lübeck's prettiest daughter

Travemünde - Lübeck's prettiest daughter

Big ships, fine sandy beaches and the pure feeling of the Baltic Sea – that’s Travemunde.|Stroll around the beautiful seaside resort, from the old harbour to the north mole – past the huge|ferries and smart cruise vessels from all over the world. Enjoy a coffee on the Vorderreihe (sea front),|the promenade and Travemunde’s most beautiful shopping mall, and try your luck in Travemunde‘s|famous casino. In the breezy heights of the old lighthouse you get a panorama view of the Trave estuary, and a trip on a|traditional ship offers you a real adventure! You could take the passenger ferry to the peninsula Priwall and spend a relaxing day on the beach.
TheaterFigurenMuseum

TheaterFigurenMuseum

The Puppet Theatre Museum is a magical universe of puppets with over 1,200 exhibits from around the world. It is displayed in five half-timbered houses in the romantic Old Town. Hidden behind the ancient walls are the legacies of three dynasties of puppeteers: puppets and stages, props, posters and barrel organs. Not far from the Museum is the Lübeck Puppet Theatre (Kolk 20–22) with a daily changing Programme.
Buddenbrook-House

Buddenbrook-House

Heinrich and Thomas Mann are two of Lübeck’s most famous sons. The Buddenbrook-House is dedicated to the two writers and the “Buddenbrooks”. This is the place to find out all you ever wanted to know about the Mann family and their works. Walk through the house with its authentically furnished rooms and feel as if you were walking through the novel itself.
Lübeck Old Town - a UNESCO World Heritage

Lübeck Old Town - a UNESCO World Heritage

Narrow alleyways, historic buildings, and salty air, proud sailing vessels,|marzipan and maritime stories – these are the characteristics of Lubeck! Through|the winding alleys which have been declared a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. Further through hidden courtyards to the historic beauties anchored|along the quayside of the museum harbour. Step inside the Buddenbrook-House,|the Gunter Grass-House and the Willy-Brandt-House to discover literature, art and|contemporary history from a new point of view. And naturally you shouldn’t miss|the delicious marzipan from Lubeck.
Do & See

St. Peter's church

The Romanesque church was erected between 1227 and 1250. She isn’t used for church services any more. Nowadays the bright church hall is used for events and exhibitions. During the Christmas season a beautiful craftsmen’s market takes place inside. The observation platform offers a spectacular view on the Old Town.
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