Lubeck - Germany

Now designated a World Heritage Site, this ancient 'Queen of the Hanseatic League' from the 12th to 16th century is today a beautifully preserved medieval town whose traffic-free centre is an architectural treasurechest. Lubeck's ancient heart within the city walls is approached through the magnificent twin towers of the Holstentor Gate, revealing narrow streets lined by splendid old merchants' homes and warehouses, and dominated by the church spires of Marienkirche and St Jacob's. There are several museums inside the city walls including: the Holstentor's Municipal Museum; St. Anne's, an old monastery; and the Benhaus, an 18th century residence. From Lubeck you can also visit Berlin, Germany's historic capital. The following 2 cruises call at Lubeck. Discover more by clicking the cruise name or ship or click the Enquire button if you want to check availability and pricing.