Schleswig-Holstein
Lübeck
Highly recommended

Lübeck

The Essential
Highly recommended
With its fine patrician houses and numerous Gothic, Renaissance and neo-Classical monuments, the old capital of the Hanse, now a World Heritage site, is still the most dynamic German city in the Baltic. Surrounded by water, the old town is largely traffic-free and used mainly by pedestrians and cyclists. For centuries Lübeck has been famous for its marzipan and for its cellars which are used to mature wines imported from France.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Lübeck
Holstentor Holstentor
Holstentor
This fortified gate, with its enormous
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St Mary's Church, Lübeck St Mary's Church, Lübeck
St Mary's Church, Lübeck
First build as a hall without a transept
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TheaterFigurenMuseum
TheaterFigurenMuseum
Hidden away in one of the most
Lübeck Town Hall Lübeck Town Hall
Lübeck Town Hall
This building stands its elegant, dark
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Hospice of the Holy Spirit, Lübeck Hospice of the Holy Spirit, Lübeck
Hospice of the Holy Spirit, Lübeck
Built at the end of the 13C, the Hospice
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Sailors' Guildhall Sailors' Guildhall
Sailors' Guildhall
Behind the gable with its Renaissance
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