The Hanseatic city of Lübeck lays in Schleswig - Holstein and is a major port of north Germany. It’s situated on the Elbe–Lübeck Canal which connects the river Trave with the river Elbe and flows in the borough of Travemuende to the Baltic Sea.
Use the services like car for rent in Lübeck on your arrival at the Lübeck Airport, 7 km away from Lübeck. The city and its neighborhood have an endless list of attractions in its sleeves, just waiting to be discovered. There are fantastic courtyards lined with centuries-old houses, many historical churches and monuments, museums, entertainments, fantastic nearby cities and great food, in short, a perfect choice for setting up camp for your vacation.
Rent a car in Lübeck and start with the tour through the city. Enter it, either through the ‘Burgtor’ from the 15th century. The Burgtor or Holsten Gate is the city symbol and host an exhibition of artifacts such as armor and fighting swords, Take a stroll and climb the dizzy spiral steps up the tower to catch a glimpse of the town area and ships in the harbor before entering the old part and visiting the dominating Seven Church Steeples. The oldest one is the ‘Lübecker Dom with its nearly 130 m tall spires and fantastic interior. But not less outstanding are the other six, especially St. Mary’s church, the 3rd largest in Germany. Get inside the Puppet Theater and museum before resting along the canals, watching the time goes by while eating a piece of the best marzipan you can find in the whole world. There are many more museums well worth the time to stroll through and the night entertainment is various, everybody will find their perfect spot. Try another specialty, a wine called ‘Rotspon’ which is as unique as ‘Portwein’.
Hire a car in Lübeck and visit the nearby city Kiel, characterized by its laid-back lifestyle and urban flair in combination with its vibrant student scene. Kiel offers a fantastic ‘live’ performance of its historical and cultural rich heritage with a fantastic old town and new architectural gems, numerous museums and a great night entertainment, up to you what you prefer. A must try is its delicious delicatessen,’Kieler Sprotten’, made from sprats. Another should not missed tour is Hamburg, referred to as ‘Germany's Gateway To The World’. It is the country's biggest port and the second-busiest in Europe. Is it the magic night live, its manifold historical sights, the splendid parks or the notorious ‘Reeperbahn’, this city is just amazing!
Last but not least, don’t forget to tour the countryside which offers a diversity of wildlife in an astonishing landscaped beauty. Come and be part of it!
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