Kronsforder Allee 11-13, Lübeck, The Baltic Coast, Schleswig-Holstein, 23560, Germany | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lübeck

Tom, Tamara & Liv's roadtrip in Germany

A travel blog entry by couture_t


We drove from Helsingborg, Sweden, and then over the bridge to Copenhagen, Denmark- a quick one hour drive. In Denmark we had a 4 hour drive ahead of us, which went pretty fast with some good music and singing in the car! :-)
In the late afternoon we arrived in the charming town of Lübeck, and were happily surprised by the old-fashioned …

Back to the West

A travel blog entry by chop49


... the rain to the old town resulted in us finding a nice little restaurant called 'The Potter’ after Harry Potter, nonetheless. While the name and memorabilia were cute, the food really shined. Hoki had chanterelle mushrooms in a sauce over scrambled eggs while I had the very popular North German dish of Sauerfleisch (sour meat). Sauerfleisch is a cold dish of cooked pork served in aspic. Both our meals were simply delicious. We finished ...


A travel blog entry by jillmann


Well,it's no Brugge but a very pretty little town with a lot of WW2 history. It was one of the first towns bombed by the allied forces and it was pretty much destroyed. It is surrounded by a canal and we did a boat tour but unfortunately they don't cater for English speaking tourists. They also say they haven't had any English speaking tourists for the last 5 years, I ...

Sweet town

A travel blog entry by annarstv


The next morning, we drove from Hamburg to Lübeck, where my great-aunt lives. We went for a walk through the city but it was very cold, so we had to go to a cafe soon.
Later we met my aunt at the Niederegger shop, which is a very famous German Marzipan manufacturer. We stepped in for a coffee and extremely delicious cakes and bought some of the famoues Lübeck Marzipan specialities as a souvenir.
Then we continued our journey to Schwerin.

Lübeck- Home of traditional Marzipan delicacy

A travel blog entry by chhavi_jain


If you have traveled for sufficiently fair amount of times by air, then you must be definitely well aware of Europes largest airline company: Lufthansa originally from Germany. The word 'Lufthansa' is an amalgamation of two distinct words: 'Luft' essentially meaning air in German and 'Hansa' a Latin term referring to the renowned Hanseatic league.

The Hanseatic league was a confederation of ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Kronsforder Allee 11-13, Lübeck, is near Lübeck Altstadt (Lubeck Oldtown), Buddenbrookhaus, Lubecker Weihnachtsmarkt, and An der Obertrave.
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