Hotel Landhaus Absalonshorst
Absalonshorster Weg 100, Lubeck, Schleswig-Holstein, 23562, Germany
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St Mariene: venue for the organ concerts
a view from the window
Luebeck - Holstentor - Irina and Asslan
nightlife in lübeck
i'll stay 2 months in lubeck & just wanna know about the night clubs in lubeck which are suitable for 20-30 ages.
RE: nightlife in lübeck
There are many nightclubs suiting your age, try the HÜX (Hüxterdamm 14), the BODY & SOUL (Kanalstr. 78) or the EISHAUS (Geniner Str. 199). You can also stroll up and down the Mühlenstraße, which is in summer more or less one big party (at least on weekends and weather permitting...)
Travel Tips for Lübeck
The houses all across the city have gables of different shapes and sizes and this is a uniqueness in itself. For once I felt not having seen two identical gables, but I have seen only some parts of the city, and therefore I would not conclude that. but just watching the gables of houses across the city is a pretty interesting part of tourism in the city.
St. Maryýs Church ý exterior.
It is a really amazing piece of Backsteingothic, or ýBrick Gothicý that was built somewhere around 1260, and itýs a role model for many other similar churches throughout all Northern Germany. St. Maryýs Church is a triple-naved basilica, with a twin-towered faýade, and green copper (as it seemed to me) roof. The basilica also features pointed and arched portals, decorated with ceramic borders, as well as many other Gothic features:
- a decorated turret for the smallest church bell
- terracotta tiles
- flying buttresses
Konrad Wilhelm II
at Lindenplatz opposite to the statue of Otto Von Bismark, is the statue of Konrad Wilhelm II on horseback. Kaiser Wilhelm II was the son of Emperor Frederick II and Victoria, daughter of Queen Victoria and was born in Berlin in 1859. He was a monarch and severely opposed socialism. The defeat at the war against the Allied Armies made him fly away the country with his family. He is said to have spent the later part of his life till death in 1941 in holland.
Just behind the Rathaus you can find Lübeck's biggest and finest church, the Marienkirche. It's clear that both the Rathaus and the Marienkirche belong to the same architectural group. It was build between the 13th and 14th centuries in French Gothic style, but of course made by red bricks, in the typical Hanseatic style.
It was severely damaged during WWII bombing, and the ruins of the bells are still present inside the church.
The interior of the church is very light and it's incredibly cold inside it!
Lübeck Town Hall and Market Square
In the center of the Old Town is the wonderful Market, and along one side the Town Hall (Rathaus). The Rathaus is one of the most magnificent in Germany, built in the 13th-15th centuries in dark glazed brick, with a later addition dating to 1570 at the front of the building. The market square is a good place to buy some things for a picnic, or to have a seat at a cafe and enjoy the views and the local action. Niederegger has a cafe here, where you can get tasty bakery treats and coffee. We were here in the summer, but heard that this market is popular before Christmas, when booths and activities draw in a lot of tourists.
Popular Hotels in Lübeck
Fackenburger Allee 54, Lubeck, Schleswig-Holstein, 23554, Germany