Situated in the Schleswig-Holstein state of northern Germany, the Hanseatic City of Lübeck is not only the largest German port on the Baltic Sea, but it is also one of the most important ports in the entire country. As the capital of the Hanseatic League for centuries, it boasts a number of Gothic buildings, a rich architectural heritage and has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Interestingly, the old part of town is completely enclosed by the Trave River, while the Elbe- Lübeck Canal connects it to the Elbe River. Settled since the last ice age, today Lübeck has become a popular destination for boating and yachting enthusiasts from around the world, thanks to its scenic beauty and impressive array of attractions. In addition, the onetime small fishing village and modern resort of Travemünde is situated within the city limits and boasts pristine beaches and excellent amenities.

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Baltic Sea
German Baltic Sea
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