Sometimes described as a ‘fairy tale in stone’, Lübeck’s 13th- to 15th-century Rathaus is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful...
Near the Markt rise the 125m twin spires of Germany’s third-largest church, the 13th-century Marienkirche. It’s most famous for its...
Panoramic views over the city unfold from the 13th-century Petrikirche, which has a tower lift to a viewing platform 50m high. The...
An arty crowd sips wine in the vine-draped courtyard of this split-level cafe, which has an industrial vibe. The bistro fare is good.
Milky marzipan coffee, marzipan ice cream and a host of other sweet and savoury snacks and light meals are served at the cafe inside...
Café Niederegger information
Lonely Planet review
Café Niederegger is Lübeck's mecca for marzipan lovers, the almond confectionery from Arabia, which has been made in Lübeck for centuries. Even if you're not buying, the shop's elaborate foil-wrapped displays (many of them maritime-themed) are a feast for the eyes.