Hanseatic city with medieval charm

The medieval Hanseatic city in Schleswig-Holstein captivates with its charming old town, surrounded by waterways, intersected with twisty alleyways and full of late-romantic and renaissance buildings. It has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1987.

Lübeck is Germany's biggest Baltic seaport and plays a key role in this expanding economic region. Lübeck's popularity has been growing for years and has recorded significant increases in the numbers of tourists and overnight stays.

TRYP by Wyndham Lübeck Aquamarin
TRYP by Wyndham Lübeck Aquamarin
Three-star business hotel close to the UNESCO world heritage historic city of Lübeck
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On the tracks of Nobel Prize winners

The Holsten Gate, the Castle Gate, the castle monastery in Lübeck and the "seven spires" are but a few of the numerous tourist sites of the medieval trade

metropolis. In the Günter Grass house, the Willy Brandt House or in the Buddenbrook House (made famous in Thomas Mann's novel), which is today a literature museum, visitors can venture the paths of three Nobel Prize winners from Lübeck.