Fascinating Pearls of Lubeck – Guided Walking Tour
Embark on a walking tour through charming Lubeck and discover fantastic stories, views, and monuments. Through sightseeing and storytelling develop an understanding of why Lubeck’s city center represents Germany’s most extensive UNESCO World Heritage Site. Start the tour in front of an authentic and one of the best-rated outlets. Learn about local customs and traditions as you bond with a vibrant atmosphere and witness unique architectural gems in your surroundings. From outside, admire one of the most beautiful town halls in Germany and one of the most famous brick Gothic buildings dating back to medieval times. Enjoy the landscapes and scenery of Trave River as you discover Lübeck’s Holstentor, one of the most fascinating historic and architectural landmarks in the whole of Germany. As you stroll Lubeck’s Old Town and learn more about the wealthy heritage and history of Lubeck, end the tour in front of Lübeck Cathedral, one of the oldest historic monuments in the city.
- Professional local tour guide
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Die Lübecker Marzipan-Speicher seit 1995
One of the best-rated outlets , it serves a wide variety of toothsome treats, fresh from the oven. Known for being consistent with its quality as well as service. It is a great spot to visit in the company of colleagues to indulge in some office gossip and enjoy a variety of Mediterranean, as well as cafe items. It’s a café, restaurant, shop, and museum.
Stadtverwaltung Hansestadt Lübeck (Town hall)
Lübeck’s Old Town is surrounded by water and a veritable place of yearning. The impressive brick architecture of the merchants' houses and churches is still the hallmark of this Hanseatic town which was founded in 1143 as the first port on the Baltic Sea and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Relax, stroll through the medieval alleys, indulge yourself in the pulsating life behind old walls and discover Nordic beauty with style.
This is the most famous city gate of the late Middle Ages in Germany, a historical symbol of the city. The Holstentor accommodates a museum where the exhibition "The Power of Trade" traces the city's history as a commercial hub in Northern Europe.
Buildings were created in Europe between the mid-12th century and the beginning of the 16th century. The cathedrals are notable, particularly for their great height and their extensive use of stained glass to fill the interiors with light. They were the tallest and largest buildings of their time and the most prominent examples of Gothic architecture.
In front of Die Lübecker Marzipan-Speicher seit 1995 See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.