Discover the Hanseatic city of Lübeck, also known as the "City of Seven Spires" or the "Gateway to the North." Admire the medieval character, the unparalleled architecture and the cohesive structure of the old town.
What to Expect
Discover the Hanseatic city of Lübeck with its unparalleled architecture, especially significant to its appointment as the first German UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. See the unique skyline of Lübeck, decorated with the 5 main churches, the world-famous "Holstentor" (Holsten Gate) and the brick "Kaufmannshäuser" (merchants' houses), all signifiers of the hundred-year-long history of this Baltic Sea city. Hear interesting stories about the history of the city.
Begin at the famous Holsten Gate and continue to the "Salzspeicherhäusern," past the former industrial heart of the city, the Port of Lübeck. Continue to the famous town hall with its traditional Hanseatic architecture and history, then to the sweet "Teufelchen" and St. Mary's Church.
Conclude the tour with a stroll through the famous streets and the decorated houses at Buddenbrook-Haus.
What's Not Included
- Food and drinks