Hotel Reservations in Lubeck
Experience the charm of a medieval seaside city outside your luxury hotel in Lubeck. With a thriving mix of art and entertainment, Lubeck is a conglomerate of German history, culture, and recreation, and offers some of the most decadent hotels in Germany.
Lubeck is Germany's largest port city on the Baltic Sea, with evidence of settlement dating back to the Neolithic Age. The city was founded about 1143, and has retained much of its medieval style. Holstentor, or Holsten Gate, is one of the four town gates where citizens could enter or leave the city. It was constructed in 1478, and is now a museum containing relics from historic Lubeck. The other remaining gate is the Burgtor from 1444.
Visitors shouldn't miss Lubecker Dom, the city's cathedral dating back to the 12th century. First designed with Romanesque design, it was converted to Gothic shortly thereafter.
Lubeck has many museums, including St. Annen Museum which contains an impressive array of historical art and culture, and the largest collection medieval altarpieces in Germany. The Behnhaus is an art museum known for its collection of works by famous expressionist painter Edvard Munch.
Finally, tourists with a sweet tooth should head to Niederegger Lubeck, a worldwide producer of marzipan. The classic confection is thought to have been invented in Lubeck. Café Niederegger is in the town center, and offers a café, shopping, and marzipan museum!
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