Sometimes described as a ‘fairy tale in stone’, Lübeck’s 13th- to 15th-century Rathaus is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful...
This fine Gothic church boasts the world's highest brick-vaulted roof and was the model for dozens of churches in northern Germany....
Thanks to a lift, even the fitness-phobic get to enjoy panoramic views from the 50m-high platform in the tower of the 13th-century...
Milky marzipan coffee, marzipan ice cream and a host of other sweet and savoury snacks and light meals are served at the cafe inside...
Breite Strasse 89 · interesting places nearby
Lübeck’s mecca for marzipan lovers, the almond confectionery from Arabia, which has been made locally for centuries. Even if you’re not buying, the shop’s elaborate seasonal displays are a feast for the eyes. In its small museum, Marzipan-Salon , you’ll learn that in medieval Europe marzipan was considered medicine, not a treat. At the back there’s an elegant cafe .