UNESCO recognized Lübeck as a city with a great historical heritage.
Indeed, the city is full of medieval buildings and edifices.
Holstentor is one of the old city gates became one of the symbols of Lübeck.
The city has a long history. You feel the history at every step you make.
Lübeck used to be the head of the Hanseatic League.
Pay a visit to the medieval Gothic churches such as Marienkirche dating
from the 13th century, admire the City Hall( Rathaus) that is famous for its exquisite staircase,woodcarving and vaulted wine cellar, enjoy your walk along the river embankment, drop in in at Schiffergesellschaft - the oldest restaurant in Germany dating from 1538.
Probably not among the most popular destinations in the Hamburg Area, this little place should be considered as a daytrip destination for people interested in German history or for families w…