Booking conditions of the escort ladies for the city Lübeck

Minimum booking and travel expenses for the following ladies is

3 hrs

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Enjoy a pleasurable time with an escort lady from the Hanseatic city of Lübeck

Lübeck – Capital of culture in the North

Today the Hanseatic city of Lübeck is particularly known for its harbor, which is the largest baltic port in Germany, as well as for its medieval old town, which has been a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage since 1987. Another name with a close connection to the city of Lübeck is that of the literary Nobel Prize laureate Thomas Mann, who was born in Lübeck and lived there until he was 18 years old. Willy Brandt, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1971, also came from Lübeck and grew up in the hanseatic city. Lübeck is home to another Nobel laureates: Günter Grass. He was not born in the city by the Trave, but he moved to Lübeck with almost 70 years.

Lübeck was founded in 1143 by Adolf I, Count of Schauenburg and Holstein, as the first German port on the Baltic Sea. A short time later, in 1226, Lübeck was named a city by Kaiser Friedrich II, and was given freedom of empire with the Reichsfreibrief. In 1361, the town on the river Trave finally became the capital of the medieval towns with the predominance of the Baltic and North Sea trade. This made Lübeck rich and powerful and developed into the second largest city in Germany. By the way, until 1937 Lübeck had the status of a free imperial city. In the Second World War, Lübeck fell victim to heavy bomb attacks like many other large cities, but it succeeded in restoring a large part of the important buildings.

Experience highlights with your escort in Lübeck

Lübeck's Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, so it is particularly worthwhile to take an extensive city tour with your escort lady and enjoy the atmosphere of the medieval city center. A few of the sights worth seeing are worth the trip to the city of Lübeck and there are of course some highlights that you should not miss. These include, for example, the five churches with the seven church spire peaks which is why Lübeck was nicknamed "City of the Seven Towers". The Cathedral, the Church of the Virgin Mary, the Jacobite Church, the Petri Church and the Aegidien Church clearly shape the silhouette of the city. Of course, the Holstentor is also one of the highlights, after all, it is the landmark of the city of Lübeck. Beside it, the Burgtor is another city gate. An interesting sight is also the Lübeck Town Hall, which was not built in a particular style, but constantly remodeled after the 12th century. This style mix is ​​clearly visible and gives the town hall an original look. In Lübeck, there are some interesting burgher houses which are now used as museums in most cases. This includes, for example, the famous Buddenbrookhaus, which now houses the Heinrich-and-Thomas-Mann Center, and the classicist ensemble from Drägerhaus and Behnhaus now houses an art museum. Both in the Schabbelhaus and in the assembly house of the Schiffergesellschaft are now restaurants to be found, so that these houses are in parts accessible to the public. The city of Lübeck is well-known for its walkways and courtyards, which are still remnants of medieval urban development. These are small, mostly two-storey houses, which are located in the backyards of the larger gabled houses. In these so-called "booths" once lived the employees of the trades, which were practiced in the houses on the road side.

Going out and leisure time with your escort service in Lübeck

Lübeck is not only a world cultural heritage and literary city but also a city of music. This is due to the old town church with its baroque and modern organs. The evening music were and are legendary, a series of church music events, which were offered free of charge between the 17th and 19th century. In the 1920s the evening music was re-recorded as a concert series and continues until today. So if you are in Lübeck in the summer, you can enjoy a convivial church music with candlelight together with your escort lady. The music plays an important role in the Lübeck Theatre, which has its seat in a beautiful art nouveau building. Often opera events are held, accompanied by the Lübeck Philharmonic. But also dramas and comedies of various kinds are performed.

As extensive and exciting as the cultural program in Lübeck is, you may still be mindful of fresh air and leisure time in the open. Lübeck also offers plenty of opportunities for this, because you will find extensive forest areas and green areas as well as plenty of water. Both the river Trave as well as the Wakenitz and Elbe-Lübeck canal are surrounded by beautiful hiking trails and connected with parks. Or how about a trip to the seaside resort of Travemünde or the bay of Lübeck? Enjoy the sea air as long as you like and take walks on the beach. To the Travemünder Woche you can also admire 1 000 boats in Travemünde every summer. The Old Town of Seebad is also worth a look, especially the areas around the St. Lawrence Church and the East Prussia are great sights.

Hotels and restaurants in Lübeck

You should make your stay in Lübeck worthwhile, which includes both an accommodation that you like, as well as good food. The offer of hotels and restaurants is huge in the city on the Trave, there is also much more culinary in Lübeck than the famous Lübeck marzipan. Your escort service has some recommendations for you, so that choosing an adequate hotel or restaurant is a little easier.

Hotels

Hotel Stadt Lübeck

https://www.hotel-stadt-luebeck.de/?changelang=3

+49 451 8 38 83

 

Park Hotel Lübeck

https://www.parkhotel-luebeck.de/en/index.php

+49 451 8 71 97-0

 

Hotel Lindenhof

https://www.hotel-lindenhof-luebeck.de/en/

+49 451 8 72 10-0

 

Hotel an der Marienkirche

http://www.hotel-an-der-marienkirche.de/welcome.html

+49 451 7 99 41-0

 

Hotel Excelsior

https://www.hotel-excelsior-luebeck.de/en/index.php

+49 451 88 09-0

Restaurants

Restaurant Schabbelhaus

http://www.schabbelhaus.de/

+49 451 7 20 11

 

Restaurant Wullenwever

http://www.wullenwever.de/

+49 451 70 43 33