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By train we did the trip for visiting Luebeck. Though not liking any coldness no matter what the bright beauty of a winter might be looking like, I yet was truly touched by the heavy snow covered landscape we traveled through on our way to Luebeck. Given the heavy snow & ice & storm, the DB yet worked amazingly dependable to be on time and all that. Compared to many other train systems, ppl's complains are surprising anyway, when it comes to German transportation systems. The most direct railway from Germany's south to north would be by ICE train via Kassel, Goettingen, Hanover, and Hamburg. Pls. check link below to any schedule/connections.
Updated Nov 8, 2011
Lübeck airport is a base for Ryanair, good prices to several European airports.
From the ZOB (bus station) bus #6 runs regularly.
Now there's a railway station close to the airport, it's not too well signposted but just walk across the carpark and out of the gate, it is maybe 200 metres to the left, you can see the lift down to the platform.
Updated Jul 12, 2011
You can come to the Lubeck airport by bus No.6 (the busstop No.5 in the main busstation). The journey takes about 30min and costs around 2,5 euro. Goes every 20min.
If you come from Hamburg, there is an airport bus with journeys timed to coincide the Ryanair flights Ryanair. Time of journey is approximately 1 hour 15 minutes, costs 8,00 EUR. For timetables, etc. you can visit the website noted below.
The airport is closed over night and opens at 07:00 am in the morning.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
A very small train station in a seaside, resort town outside of central Lubeck. Often requires a transfer at the main Lubeck Hauptbanhof. Took an hour and 12 minutes.
From the station you can walk to the beaches, casinos and upscale restaurants.
Updated May 24, 2009
As you come out of the airport terminal you face the small car parking area. The local bus picks up visitors from the main road - it does not come into the parking area right in front of the terminal. You have to carry your luggage the 30 metres onto the main road. You'll see the bus stop sign. There was a bus timetable on the post. I recall the buses were pretty frequent - at least one every 30 minutes.
Sorry cannot remember the cost but it would have been much cheaper than picking up a taxi. The bus goes into the main bus station from where it is a short walk ( about 10 mins) to the city.
Updated Aug 25, 2008
This was the perfect way for me when I wanted to go to Travemünde on a day-trip. They did have different ticket options and I chose to go by boat there and then by bus back to Lübeck.
You buy your ticket/s when boarding the boat so there is no having to decide exactly what day to go, a good thing if you ask me.
They did serve alcohol and things to eat on the boat, and the business was brisk during the time I was on board, but I did not buy anything so I cannot comment on the quality of the food/beverages. There are seats both outside on deck as well as inside. The trip itself is very quiet and there are no waves (important for people prone to sea sickness = me!) except for the last bit when entering Travemünde (the canal meets open sea).
Written Jul 15, 2008
So here's a photo showing the direction for entering the city. The directions to Lindenplatz, Holstentor, Salzspeicher and puppenbruecke bridge can be seen here. The photo is taken from the top of St. Peter's Church.
Written Jan 8, 2008
Just as we reached the Station while returning back, outside there was a Board that showed Luebeck as a city of walkable distances. Pretty true. Our trip of the city was over and we had actually walked across the city and visited most of the places of interest that it offers. Oe just needs a map.
Written Jan 8, 2008
We took a train from Hamburg Hauptbahnhof. It cost us some 27 euros (at the counter. so should be 25 euros at the machines) and is a ticket for 5 persons. We were two and a half so may be relatively more for us. But for a group of five its quite cheap. And Luebeck is a city that you can visit for a day and return the same day, which means you pay this price for a return journey and that makes it seem pretty more reasonable. Its the 'Schoenes Wochenende' ticket, i.e. the special priced Weekend ticket. The journey was 50 minutes from Hamburg Hauptbahnhof to Luebeck hauptbahnhof.
Written Jan 6, 2008
So many European cities have their airports connected to the city centre by some 'Special bus', which although new will cost three or four times the fare of a normal city bus. More often than not a little exploration will lead you to find service bus, probab;y used by many of the airport ground staff.
At Lubeck, there are no such pretensions - you just walk across the car park to the local bus into town for a bargain 2 Euro 25 cents. Bargain.
They seem to run every half hour or so severy day until about midnight (Line 6)
Written Jan 22, 2007
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