On this guided walk with a private guide, you will get to know the city of Lübeck with its history and distinctive architecture. Immerse yourself in a world of Hanseatic League, trade and tradition!
The venerable Hanseatic city of Lübeck, also known as the "city of seven towers" or "gateway to the north", fascinates with its medieval character and its closed, old-town structure. This was also decisive for the designation of the city's world cultural heritage by UNESCO as the first German city in 1987. Lübeck's unique city silhouette, characterized by the five main churches, the world-famous Holsten Gate, the brick merchant's houses, the fairytale courtyards, and corridors are testimonies to the centuries-old history of this beautiful Baltic metropolis.
This guided walking tour begins in front of the Holsten Gate with explanations about it and the city's fortifications. Past the old salt warehouses, you get to the harbor, the former economic heart. The famous town hall with its Hanseatic architecture and history, the sweet "devil" or the council church St. Marien are among the numerous, striking places and sights that you will get to know on this tour. Of course, you can also discuss route requirements with your guide on-site.