Get to know Lübeck's old town on foot together with your private guide! In addition to town houses and corridors, you will discover the so-called “stalls” that tell of cramped living space, hard work and, last but not least, of a successful trade.
With your guide, you walk past the new Hanseatic Museum with the old castle monastery through many small courtyards and corridors with romantic squares and low passageways. On the way, you can also take a look at the typical Lübeck Hanseatic architecture as well as old house signs and street signs. Why does the "Angel's Pit" have nothing to do with the heavenly messengers and what is special about the street lamps in the corridors? Your guide will answer these questions with a lot more information about the petty-bourgeois living conditions in the Hanseatic city of Lübeck on this tour.
Past the St. Jakobi pilgrimage church, you finally come to the Heilig-Geist-Spital with its striking little turrets, where the tour ends. If you still have time and inclination, your guide will show you the cute little church of this medieval social facility.