Hotel am Dom

Dankwartsgrube 43, Lübeck, The Baltic Coast, Schleswig-Holstein, 23552, Germany | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lübeck

Back to the West

A travel blog entry by chop49

7

... with hot coffee, which was especially nice in the damp, wet weather, and walked back to the hotel in a steady drizzle. On our walk back, we passed a bakery and pastry shop. I swear that Hoki has never met a pastry shop that he didn’t like. He said he only wanted to browse; we left with a couple of pieces of raspberry cake.

Back at the hotel we relaxed for the rest of the afternoon and evening. Early in the evening, we ordered coffee, ...

Brick houses - and marzipan and Buddenbrock's too

A travel blog entry by tom.solstad.5

6

... little alleyways. For places to see check out Marienkirche, the Buddenbrook House, Heiligengeist-Hospital and Cafe Niederegger. If you would like a birds eye view of Lubeck, check out St Peter church. Don't Miss: strolling the old town and a taste of ...

Lubeck

A travel blog entry by jillmann

12

... not!!!!!!!!!! Anyway , it was a little frustrating but we got the gist. It is on the Elbe river and is a Unesco world heritage site. It is bigger than I thought and is quite busy, once again lovely little cobblestone lanes, beautiful churches and much of it bombed and rebuilt. We went into one church where the crypt was a dedication to the 4 priests that were executed ...

Sweet town

A travel blog entry by annarstv

3

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.
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Lübeck- Home of traditional Marzipan delicacy

A travel blog entry by chhavi_jain

7

... Traue from where I could see the old buildings illuminated and gleaming at the festive time of the year. Talking of festivities, Lübeck is known for its Marzipan- a sweet confectionery made from almonds, honey or sugar and enjoyed in various forms all across Europe. The Marzipan originating from Lübeck is so special and famous that it has been even protected by a EU council & given the status of a ...

Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Dankwartsgrube 43, Lübeck, is near Holstentor, Buddenbrookhaus, Lubecker Weihnachtsmarkt, and An der Obertrave.
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