THE SIGHTS OF LUBECK
Leaving the port you will drive to the Hanseatic City of Lubeck. You will discover the charming Oldv Town which the UNESCO declared a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1987. During the walking tour
you will have a look at the historic alleyways and courtyards, wich are remnants of late 19th century, when the trade of the Hanseatic League was in full bloom. You will see the world-famous Holsten
Gate, the seven spires, the Hospital of the Holy Ghost dating back to 1280, the historic Town Hall and St. Mary’s Church - home to the world's largest mechanical organ. Following you will take a look at the Buddenbrook House, former home of the Lubeck-born authors Heinrich and Thomas Mann. Make sure not to miss the Marzipan-exhibition in the Café Niederegger – hand made typical German desserts. In the afternoon you will have the time to explore the quaint cobble-stoned streets and the variety of lovely and elegant shops by yourself before returning to Hamburg.
Please note: The guide will meet you directly in Lubeck. During the journey from and to Lubeck a local escort will be present on the bus. The journey to Lubeck takes approximately 1,5 hours each way