City of Lübeck

Founded in 1134, the Hanseatic City of Lübeck has approximately 210.000 inhabitants and is situated near the Baltic Sea and not only famous for its churches and Christmas market. It is a center of commerce, industry and higher education far up North that is playing an increasingly important role in bringing together the people of Scandinavia, Russia, the Baltic States and Poland.

The city of Lübeck offers a variety of recreation for young people with its many restaurants, cinemas, theaters, nightlife as well as its close proximity to Hamburg and the seaside resort Travemünde. Much of Lübeck's architecture, dating back to the Middle Ages is till intact in the older portion of the town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


    Brief overview

    Open air tours in double-decker bus


    City and harbour tours by boat


    Travemünde (beach)

    Take bus number 9 or 19 from bus stop Fachhochschule to bus stop ZOB/Hauptbahnhof (next to central train station). Then take the train or bus number 30 or 40 to bus stop Travemünde-Strandbahnhof (journey time: approx. 40 minutes).

    Lübeck-Travemünde cruise

    Boat trips on the river "Wakenitz"