Excursions & Sight Tickets in Lübeck

Everyone can find something to enjoy in Lübeck, whether you are interested in its history and culture, architecture, great art, or delectable cuisine.

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A guide for first-time visitors to Lübeck

Whether you are staying in Lbeck or visiting it, you can enjoy day trips and excursions that will bring you to a variety of different places. Some of the attractions in the region include Travemunde's beach, Glucksburg Castle, and the Stade.


Whether you're on a day trip or a holiday, Stade excursions are great for anyone looking to explore this small town located near Hamburg. It's a beautiful spot with a history that dates back over a thousand years. With a variety of attractions, it's easy to see why so many people love it.

For the history aficionados, Stade offers many buildings that reflect the Hanseatic League, which was a commercial confederation of guilds and market towns in northwestern Europe. You can learn about the city's history in the museum at the Stade Kunsthaus, which is housed in a 17th-century Swedish-style building.

If you're looking to explore the area around Stade, you can take a boat ride along the Trave River. The scenic tour takes about two hours on a comfortable boat. You can also check out the archeological site at Fishbeker Heide. This is a lovely place for hiking and biking, and you can visit former houses and burial places.

Holstentor Gate

Glucksburg Castle

Visiting Glucksburg Castle can be a rewarding experience, especially if you are a history buff. Built in the 16th century, the palace has impressive interiors and exotic castle gardens. While Glucksburg is not easily accessible by public transport, there are a few things you can do to make the most of your visit.

A trip to Glucksburg can be part of a wider tour of the Angeln countryside. You can choose to spend a few days in the area or just stay in the town.

The Renaissance moated castle of Glucksburg is one of the most important in the region. It is the former home of kings of Denmark, and is considered to be one of the best castles in Northern Europe. You can take a guided tour of the castle to learn more about its history.


Heligoland Archipelago

Located on the North Sea, the Heligoland Archipelago is home to sand dunes, beaches and fresh air. There are also seals to be spotted along the cliffs and beaches.

The only way to travel between the islands is by ship. The best time to see seals is from November to January. If you're planning a trip, you can book a tour at the Helgoland Tourist Office.

Heligoland is located 29 miles off the coast of Germany. It is home to two species of seals. It is also an important sea bird breeding area. There are many hiking trails on the island, and visitors can explore the flora and fauna.

The Helgoland Islands are located in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein. It is part of the European Union and has a duty-free status. It has a population of 1,200 people.

Travemunde's beach

Located on the Baltic Sea, Travemunde is a former fishing and shipping town. It has a historic port and was once a major Hanseatic city. It's located at the mouth of the Trave River.

The best time to visit Travemunde is in the summer. The town has many beaches and there are plenty of bars and restaurants. There are also many museums in the city. You can go for a sightseeing tour.

Travemunde is also home to the famous Passat Tall Sail Ship, which was built in Hamburg in 1911. The ship is now a museum and a youth hostel. It's a maritime symbol of the city.

There are also a number of small, old-style bars in the fishing port. The old town in Travemunde is almost unchanged for centuries. It is best explored on foot.


Getting to Lubeck from Hamburg is easy by train. Lubeck is located close to Hamburg and is known for its old hanseatic city.

One of the most famous landmarks in the city is the Holstentor Gate, which was built in 1464. It is one of two remaining medieval city gates in Lubeck.

The Schaalsee region is a natural wonder of the German nation and is home to numerous animal species. The landscape has been recognized as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in 2000. Several lakes are part of the biosphere reserve, including the Lassahner See and Techiner See.

The Schaalsee region is also home to a number of interesting and unusual sights. For example, the town of Luneburg has many timber framed houses. The region has a lot of lively stories to tell.

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