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All reviews marzipan old town narrow streets beautiful city by foot day trip world heritage site city hall walk around walking tour german town worth a visit baltic cruise market square great shopping couple of hours few hours
A charming town not overrun with tourists. A town to easily wander around in
Full of great history. Recommend booking a walking tour to get the most out of it. Be sure to go to Buddenbrook House, where Thomas Mann was born. Great, required guides....More
Over the course of a couple days we walked through much of the lovely old town of Lubeck. Some of the structures are reminiscent of Flemish architecture. Among several things that impressed me about old town was that often information regarding some of the buildings...More
Remains as a reminder of the once incredibly powerful Hanseatic League, as a founding city, where the most important buildings were built around the market square. It is kind of all there, but you have to look through all the rubbish of architecture and structures...More
I have visited Lübeck several times, primarily for the Christmas markets, but finds the city intriguing and very enjoyable. The town is not bigger than most things can be experienced on the go (and I'm normally not super active), and the possibility of sailing around...More
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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.