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...
Leaves from just south of the Holstenbrücke bridge. One-hour city tours leave every half-hour between 10am and 6pm from May to October...
This adorable puppet theatre, which is part of the museum , puts on a children’s show at 3pm, and another for adults on some evenings at...
The brewing kettles are right in the dining room and the humid air is redolent of hops at this traditional German brewery, which has...
Lonely Planet review
Just behind the Holstentor (to the east) stand the Salzspeicher: six gabled brick shop-filled buildings once used to store salt transported from Lüneburg. It was then bartered for furs from Scandinavia and used to preserve the herrings that formed a substantial chunk of Lübeck’s Hanseatic trade.