Willy Brandt House
Besides Gunther Grass, Lübeck's other big Nobel Prize winner, was chancellor of West Germany (1969–74) and was honoured for his efforts...
The winner of the 1929 Nobel Prize for Literature, Thomas Mann, was born in Lübeck in 1875 and his family’s former home is now the...
The former Heiligen-Geist-Hospital has an elegant old entryway and a few resonances of Germany's first hospital (dating back to 1227)....
There's an arty vibe to this genial old boozer. It's open long after others have shut yet still manages to get a crowd.
In the historic seafarers' guild hall (1535), Lübeck’s most atmospheric – if not best – restaurant is a veritable museum. Ships’...
Fischergrube 18 · interesting places nearby
White tablecloths and silverware are laid out under the chandeliers and black ceiling beams of this historic, ochre-coloured 14th-century house. Exquisitely presented dishes include the likes of grain-fed chicken with sherry tomato fondue, and lemon ricotta mousse for dessert.