Pension Koglin

Kottwitzstr. 39, Lübeck, The Baltic Coast, Schleswig-Holstein, 23566, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lübeck

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 ...

Brick houses - and marzipan and Buddenbrock's too

A travel blog entry by tom.solstad.5


Last time we were in Lubeck, Cecilie was pregnant with Mathilde and we did some great deals on baby products. That was in December and it was freezing cold. Now it's July and warm and Lubeck is an even greater place to be, with its lovely architecture ...


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


... yet so confounding in nature. The old town of Lübeck has the appearance of a beautiful medieval town with narrow streets and old houses. The most important landmark is a 15th century town gate called Holstentor. The other two beautiful landmarks include the Lübecker Dom & St. Mary's church both from the 13th & 14th centuries.

The most cherishing part of my trip was a slow walk along ...


This hotel, located on Kottwitzstr. 39, Lübeck, is near Lübeck Altstadt (Lubeck Oldtown), Buddenbrookhaus, Lubecker Weihnachtsmarkt, and Wakenitz Schifffahrt Quandt.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Pension Koglin Lübeck

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding