Built in 1464 and looking so settled-in that it appears to sag, Lübeck’s charming red-brick city gate is a national icon. Its twin...
Sheds light on the history of the gate and on Lübeck's medieval mercantile glory days.
Just behind the Holstentor (to the east) stand the Salzspeicher: six gabled brick shop-filled buildings once used to store salt...
This adorable puppet theatre, which is part of the Theater Figuren Museum , puts on a children’s show at 3pm, and another for adults on...
The air is redolent of hops at this traditional German brewery. Get a stein of the one house brew, the superbly sweet, cloudy...
Maak-Linie runs good one-hour tours of the Trave River, leaving from the north of the Holstentorbrücke.