Really cool gothic building. If you are in Lübeck it's definitely worth a look as it's very unique and historic to the area, plus makes for a great photo!
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Our guided tour from Wismar to Lubeck did not permit an actual visit to the Holsten Gate, but we passed it several times. We also had a great view of the gate from the tower viewing gallery of St Peter's church. The two towers of...More
I lived in Germany in the late '80's so when I saw the gate in brochures as an excursion from our cruise, I was drawn the architecture of the gate. Very special.
We have visited beautiful Lubeck before and walked by this very interesting tor but on our last visit to the city we were told that there was a museum inside. Lots of great historical information about the Hanseatic League and a beautifully crafted miniature of...More
You cannot miss this amazing old town gate built in the 1400s and looking like a sinking sponge cake. Even on a wet day juggling an umbrella you have to keep snapping photos from all different angles. So very pretty is this town of Lubeck.
The gate was built in early 14th Century but well maintain and photographical but need to be patience if you want to take a photo without passing cars and/or pedestrian. Be cautious when using the public toilet in this area.
This was our first real impression of Lübeck and it was not disappointing. Particularly nice is the small garden before the gate and the 6 warehouses on the right by the river Trave. A wonderful landmark for a small town, in rain, shine, dusk or...More
This is the oldest and main gate that protected the city of Luebeck. Built in front of the river circling the city, the front and back of this gate have different designs. Lots of beautiful red and black bricks and designs meticulously formulated to form...More
This museum is not for the disabled or the weak. A lot of stairs to walk but You Will have a nice time and a good look out of the city if You enter this museum. IT got a nice way to show the information,...More