Best Western Hotel Aquamarin

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Dr. Luise Klinsmann Strasse 1-3, Lubeck, Schleswig-Holstein, 23558, Germany
TRYP By Wyndham Luebeck Aquamarin
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 19% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Solo100
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

public transport from lubeck

by annbuggy

looking for the best way from lubeck airport to hamburg city ie trains/buses

Re: public transport from lubeck

by blackbirdxx

check this site:
and fill in : from
lübeck flughafen
hamburg hbf

Re: public transport from lubeck

by HansDK

Yes, you can get to Hamburg by train with one change. One-way from EUR 13.80.

AirportBus is a direct link between Hamburg city center and Lübeck airport.
Timetables are adjusted to connect scheduled flights to and from Lübeck. One-way fare EUR 9.

Re: public transport from lubeck

by abalada

For 1-2 persons the shuttle bus is cheaper. With 3 or more persons using a mini group day ticket train is cheaper.

The ticket for the shuttle bus covers the shuttle bus - nothing else.

The train ticket is actually a local public transport zone-to-zone ticket. You can travel on it to any train/S-Bahn/U-Bahn/bus/ferry stop in Hamburg.

Travel Tips for Lübeck

Baggage stores in Lubeck

by Liolio

If you come to Lubeck and have your luggage with you, be prepared to carry it with you all the time as there are no places to leave it - neither in the airport or railway or bus station. Unless you stay for more than one day and have a hotel room or other place to stay.

Jumbo Kebap!

by Carletto76 about A' La Turca

The ideal place for a fast lunch with incredibly good turkish food! The place is very clean and comfortable, in the very centre of Lübeck. The Jumbo Kebap is really great, you cannot miss it at all! ;-) Take the Jumbo Kebap!

Das Burgtor

by der_geograf

Das Burgtor was built in 1444, and is located on the north side of the Altstadt.

I could not go inside because I was there early on a Sunday and the building was closed, but I did walk around and under it! (Ah! An excuse to go back to Lübeck!)

The Burgtor is attached to the Altstadt wall, and there is a small parklike area around it, that makes for a nice walk. There are also also restaurants and small shops all along Große Burgstrasse, which leads up to the Burgtor.

Guided tour of St Marien

by lakrits

The St Marien church is next to the Town Hall and the therefore a building any Lübeck tourist is bound to pass several times. On my last day I decided to enter and was pleasantly surprised to find that they do guided walks of the church. I am not completely sure what time but I do think it was at 12.00 every day (always one in German and apparently one in some other language - the day I was there it was French). It is free of charged but they do hope you will pay them something at the end of the tour (it is all for the maintanance of the huge church - the guides are either volunteers or employed by the church). What impressed me most is the ceiling - it is beautifully painted.
I am not a religious person myself but I do appreciate architecture and history and that is why I always tend to end up in churches wherever I go.

House of the Captains' Brotherhood (Guild)

by trvlrtom

This is one of the most beautiful and well preserved medieval buildings in the area. First there is the red brick exterior, with its notable "stair step" facade and rococo entrance that stand out from the street, and then there is the dark wood interior with many model ships and seafaring artifacts. Seeing both can bring you about as close as possible to the historic days of the Hanseatic League. Going inside the building is like taking a step back in time.
The guild, or brotherhood, that built this house dates back to 1401, and they've held this property since 1535. The organization still exists, even though the economy has evolved tremendously since the days when the Hanseatic League was a dominant power in the region.
Inside you will see that the tables are divided by low walls. In the old days they were assigned according to various harbors that the merchant ships sailed to and to the corporations that the skippers served. Now locals and tourists are welcome to join at the long tables and socialize, eat and drink together.


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Address: Dr. Luise Klinsmann Strasse 1-3, Lubeck, Schleswig-Holstein, 23558, Germany