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Cruises from Lübeck & all Lübeck cruises for  2020-2021

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Lübeck in the 2020-2022 seasons.

Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at Europe - Baltic & North Atlantic Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.

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Lübeck, situated at the Trave River in northern Germany, is the largest German port on the Baltic Sea. The Old Town is an island enclosed by the Trave River. Because of its Brick Gothic architectural heritage the city is on UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites. Explore Lübeck’s picturesque Old Town with merchants’ houses and the narrow winding streets, take a break in one of the flower-filled alleyways, and savour a coffee in a sun-drenched courtyard. Cruise ships normally berth at the ferry port Travemünde, a nearby sea resort at the entrance to the Baltic Sea.

Lübeck Town Hall is one of the most beautiful town halls in Germany. In 1230 its construction started right in the centre of the Old Town. The dark bricks of the Town Hall make a striking contrast to the traditional red-brick construction of the surrounding buildings. Those who enjoy beach life are sure to take a fantastic walk at the Strandpromenade, the Brodten steep coast or on the peaceful natural beach on the Priwall. Many take a guided tour of the four-masted barque Passat with Klaus Grope, who has been sailing the sea since his 17th birthday and is still crazy about life on board.

Lübeck’s symbol is the circa-1478 Holstentor city gate, which defended the river-bounded Altstadt (old town). St Mary's Church, completed in 1350, widely influenced Northern European church design. Surrounded by water, the old town with its seven towers and five principal churches brings to life 1000 years of history. Lübeck is very famous for its excellent marzipan industry, and according to local legend Marzipan was first made there. The best known producer is Niederegger, famous for its marzipan for about 200 years, the factory of which tourists often visit in the town centre.