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Wesloer Landstrasse 11, Lubeck, Schleswig-Holstein, 23566, Germany
More about Lübeck
Lübeck Rathaus (Town Hall)
Impressive backdrop to the Festival
some Indian puppets there
Airport of Lubeck
My flight is only at 9a.m. and I am comming to Lubeck airport at midnight...
1.Does anybody know if Lubeck airport is opent all night? Can I stay there just sitting on a bench and wait for my flight?
2. Is there some timetable of public buses in Lubeck online? Or do you know if the buses are going at night?
RE: RE: Airport of Lubeck
Thank you very much! A very useful site to plan routes in Germany!
RE: RE: Airport of Lubeck
What answers do you expect within a 90 minute time frame? Use Google for 10 minutes and you get all required information: http://www.scout-sh.de/ for public transport in Luebeck and http://www.flughafen-luebeck.de/1024/english/index.htm for the Luebeck airport. With enough email addresses to contact both and ask your specific questions.
Travel Tips for Lübeck
Although it sounds...
Although it sounds ultra-touristy, I thoroughly enjoyed a boat ride around the city, and learned a lot from it too. Sit in the cafe outside the Rathaus and drink a (or several) Lübsch Bier. It reminded me of Kölsch, and the combination of the beer and the setting made for an unforgetable evening.
It was a dreary day when I visited Luebeck, there was a light drizzle of rain at times and heavily clouded. But despite the weather I had a good time in Luebeck, although some sunshine would have been more than welcome! :-)
Luebeck is a Hanseatic city that was added to the Unesco World cultural heritage site in 1987. The city was bombed in 1942 and in the medieval town centre there were nearly 1000 houses destroyed and five of the seven church towers. In total about a fifth of the city was destroyed. But luckely Luebeck has since that day restored the valuable old buildings, making it an attractive old town again. You can still sense that the city has been partly destroyed. There are areas of newer buildings mixed with the old ones. This to me didn't make the city feel 'cosy', as I would expect from a historic city. But it was great to discover the old historic building inbetween the new. On this page I want to give you an impression of my visit to Luebeck. I hope you will enjoy reading it!
Guided tour of the "Rathaus"
The town hall is an old impressiv building that you are bound to pass several times during your stay in the city. I was not even avare of the guided tours until I happened to stumble upon a sign outside the front entrance. It costs 4 Euro and the walk takes about 45 minutes. There are some really nice rooms and features in the building so I am happy that I "stumbled" upon the sign outside the entrance....
This is a 13th Century church located near river TRAVE.
This wonderful church has a tower (with a lift) where you can get to the top, which of course I did.
It was great to have that panorama view over ISLAND CITY LüBECK....
It is always a joy to see places where you want to go, which you want to see.....a very fine impression of a city, not to be missed!
When you walk to the backside of the Holstentor, you will have a view not only over the gate but also over the rest of the old city centre. You can see the many pointy towers of the Holstentor and the churches of Luebeck.
Inside the Holstentor is a museum. I didn't go here, so I can't tell you much about it, but this website might help you out a bit if you plan on going here : http://www.luebeck.de/kultur_bildung/museen/holstentor/
The Museum shows exhibits on Lübeck's early history, urban development and shipping industry.
Opening hours :
April until September: 10:00 to 17:00 o'clock
October until March: 10:00 - 16:00 o'clock
(closed on Mondays)
Popular Hotels in Lübeck
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