St Annen Museum
The St Annen Museum houses a browsable mishmash of ecclesiastical art (including Hans Memling’s 1491 Passion Altar), historical...
Panoramic views over the city unfold from the 13th-century Petrikirche, which has a tower lift to a viewing platform 50m high. The...
Live jazz only plays once a month but the sound system can always be counted on for good tunes at this fine bar, which has tables out...
In a historic old mill on the banks of the Trave River, this rustic bistro serves fabulous Flammkuchen (Alsatian pizzas) along with...
The Dom was founded in 1173 by Heinrich der Löwe when he took over Lübeck. Locals like to joke that if you approach the Dom from the northeast, you have to go through Hölle (hell) and Fegefeuer (purgatory) – the actual names of streets – to see Paradies , the lavish vestibule to the Dom. Although spartan, the interior has good displays showing reconstruction after the 1942 bombing raid.