Situated in the north of Germany Lübeck is an old city with a strong medevial heritage. The city came into power as a member of the Hanseatic League or Hansa. The association is so strong that Lübeck is sometimes called "Queen of the Hansa". Lübeck is the setting for the novel "The Buddenbrooks or Decline of a Family" by Th.
From the Lübeck Travel Guide
- Single rooms very small, no air conditioning, TV very small and old, a few channels only. - Bath room with shower and toilet, very small. - The view from the window directly to wall of the house (very close) next our hotel - Breakfast included, very simple. - Staff very nice, location good. ... more
If you have a lot of baggage take the entrence besides. The main-entrence has a lot of stairs up and down... ... more
the best was the location, in the middle of the inner city. If you go by car there is a parkinghouse were you can park your car for 6 euros for 24 hours if you tell you are staying at YMCA. The rum is simple but very clean and ok for a short visit. Minus is the service, the rather speak german instead of english and are not so serviceminded. ... more
Skipsfrisøren gjorde kort prosess med hårtrimmeren
Lübeck. 9. mai 2012 fikk turistene en ny attraksjon i havnebassenget. Nei, de gjorde ikke det. Bare ...
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1995 - Hamburg, Germany
on the Binnenalster. Another view of the Außenalster. I caught the train to Lübeck. This is an old city on the Baltic coast with a very interesting city centre. The Holstein Gate in Lübeck. Another part of the old town in Lübeck. There was another day trip to to the old port city of Bremen. It was badly ...
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