Visit Lübeck

Travel to Lübeck with Stena Line


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Explore Lübeck

The charming medieval town of Lübeck is a highlight of any trip to northern Germany. From its centuries-old architecture and fascinating museums to the annual summer Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, there are plenty of activities in Lübeck to delight travellers. 


The medieval ambience of Lübeck draws thousands of visitors every year, all keen to explore landmarks like the 15th century fortification Holsten Gate, St Mary's Church - the first gothic-style building to be made out of brick - and Buddenbrooks House, home to the Thomas Mann Centre. There’s also museums dedicated to two of Lübeck’s more recent sons, Günter Grass and Willy Brandt. 

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Travel to Lübeck

When you choose to explore Lübeck with Stena Line, your holiday will start as soon as you step on board the ferry to Holland. From Hook of Holland, it takes around five and a half hours to drive to Lübeck through the picturesque countryside of Holland and northern Germany. You can also take the train to Lübeck from Hook of Holland via Rotterdam. 

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Entertainment in Lübeck

Time your visit to Lübeck carefully and you'll be able to enjoy one of its most famous events: the annual summer Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, a musical extravaganza set in the area's many country estates, churches and manor houses. And don't miss out on enjoying the wonderful array of restaurants, cafes and shops you'll find in Lübeck, from souvenir stores selling the city's famous Rotspon wine and Lübecker Marzipan to traditional restaurants serving local specialities.

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Attractions to visit

Lübeck's long history is enshrined in its plethora of museums, with the Castle Monastery Cultural Forum paying homage to this important medieval abbey, and the impressive gothic St Anne's Museum, a former home for Augustinian nuns, showcasing ecclesiastical artefacts. And one of Lübeck's highlights is undoubtedly Marzipan Land, the best place to explore the history of marzipan as well as purchase some of this local speciality