The former Heiligen-Geist-Hospital has an elegant old entryway and a few resonances of Germany's first hospital (dating back to 1227)....
Willy Brandy House
Lübeck's other big Nobel Prize winner, was chancellor of West Germany (1969-74) and was honoured for his efforts to reconcile with East...
Born in Danzig (now Gdańsk), Poland, Günter Grass had been living just outside Lübeck for 13 years when he collected his Nobel Prize in...
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.
Opened in 1535 as the dining room for the Blue Water Captains’ Guild, Lübeck’s cutest – if not best – restaurant is a veritable museum....
Kartoffel Keller information
Lonely Planet review
Located in the old wine cellar of the Heiligen-Geist-Hospital, this merry and casual restaurant celebrates all things spud. Potatoes are mashed and baked and also take the form of pancakes and dumplings. The choices are all quite good and you can go meaty by opting for schnitzels and seafood. Tables outside are tops in summer.