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The Holsten tor is beautiful although it looks like it may be sinking. Several other old buildings in the old town which were really interesting. Enjoyed the pedestrian area too. A short visit but enjoyable.
One must see Lübeck, to appreciate the old European architecture. So many beautiful houses and churches, with great history.
Lloyds of little cafes to enjoy marzipan. For any marzipan lover, Lübeck ous the place.
We started with a walking tour of the Old Town. Medieval buildings, lots of churches, narrow streets, cobbles, a market place... stunning and packed with tourists on a hot Saturday afternoon. The coffee and marzipan (the town speciality) break was very welcome. We then boarded...More
Lubeck has lots of very old buildings lovingly restored and updated to keep them in current use. There are some museums but the ones I tried only had German commentary, and I only speak English. The gardens and walks around the moat are lovely.
We caught a handball tournament in the square so it was extra festive in July during the World Cup! When there are events or music in the square it’s a great place to stop and watch while surrounded by historic architecture.
Old town of Lübeck is surrounded by walls. Walking down the beautiful old streets make sure you you check out the tower of Holstentor, visit municipality square, pass by the various churches, including a big one with a statue of a devil sitting in front....More
Response from Beachbum6208 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the streets are walkable using a walker with wheels. There may be areas of cobble stones but there are more smooth streets than not. It is a great city to visit and check out the marzipan store to look at all the... More
Yes, the streets are walkable using a walker with wheels. There may be areas of cobble stones but there are more smooth streets than not. It is a great city to visit and check out the marzipan store to look at all the wonderful creations. Of course there is the famed gate (used on German currency). We also did a nice boat tour - you might be able to get on the boat with your walker.