During your holiday in Lübeck you should take plenty of time for exploring the old town. There is a lot to visit for cultural and literary lovers, as well as history and art fans. A guided tour through the old town will lead you through small lanes to backyards and winding streets, you would probably not discover alone. The tour also shows the seven churches of Luebeck, a few museums and exhibition venues, as well as specialties of the Hanseatic city.
Around the city we recommend a trip to the beautiful town of Travemünde. To get there you can also take a boat on the river Trave from Lübeck. In all seasons, but especially in the summer a trip to the Baltic Sea is highly recommended. Here you can discover a lot of small fishing villages with beautiful beaches.
During a visit to Lübeck you can not miss the city's specialty. The original Lübeck marzipan can be tasted and bought at Marzipan House Niederegger in Lübeck's historic town. On the first floor is a cafe from the year 1806 and on the second floor you can find out more about the almond-sugar mixture in a permanent exhibition .
The historic old town of Lübeck is located on an island at the river Trave. Due to the unique ground plan and the silhouette with its seven towers of the churches of Lübeck the town center has been declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. Go on a discovery tour through winding streets and hidden passageways with small courtyards.
Lübeck is also the city of the writers Heinrich and Thomas Mann. The Buddenbrook house in the old town was dedicated to them with a special focus on the famous novel "Buddenbrooks". Behind the baroque facades, you will find an impressive literary exhibition .
Until his death, the artist Günter Grass lived near the Hanseatic city of Lübeck. Therefore you can find here a museum exhibiting his life and works. The Günter Grass House is a center for literature and fine arts with a collection of numerous drawings, etchings and manuscripts .
When visiting the city of Lübeck you can not miss the Holsten Gate. The landmark is located right at the entrance to the old town. Not only the sight of the outside is worth it. Inside the gate there is a museum about "power of trade". Here you can learn interesting facts about the Hanseatic city .
In just half an hour's drive away from TRYP by Wyndham Luebeck Aquamarin Hotel you can reach the Baltic Sea. Here you can enjoy a day on the sandy beaches, cliffs and guarded beaches. Also a visit to the seaside resorts or the surrounding Hanseatic cities is highly recommended .