Lübeck city cruise: experience Lübeck from the water
The one-hour city, canal and harbour tour leads you past classic yachts to Lübeck's harbour and around the historic old town island. From the water you get a magnificent view of the 7 towers of the Hanseatic city, the romantic Lachswehrgraben, the magical Gängeviertel (alleyway quarter) and the Malerwinkel park.
The captains provide a brief overview of Lübeck's history and point out the key attractions.
Charter cruises to Travemünde (for example) can also be booked.
Experience an extraordinary city tour! The Splashtour is an unique attraction in Germany where the city tour bus turns into a ship. During the tour you will discover the most beautiful spots of the Hanseatic City of Lübeck – ashore and from the water.
The 14 metre high climbing wall in "urban apes Kletterzentrum Lübeck" provides the ultimate challenge for participants at corporate events. urban apes also offers a variety of other team activities with ropes or slacklines on the grounds of the former gas works. The activities are designed to build trust with other team members, to examine ways of dealing with conflicts under physical and mental pressure and to highlight the importance of clear communication.
The training can then be discussed in the historic forge along with cold drinks and a meal. urban apes has many years of experience in holding corporate events and has already impressed a number of renowned customers (Beiersdorf, IKEA, Apollinaris, HSV football team, etc.).
The number of participants can vary anywhere between 4 and 80 people.
The Hanse – one of the biggest business networks of all time! Material enough for history books and legends of power and religion, change, merchandise and community. Since 2015 the list of museums in Lübeck has included the European Hansemuseum, the largest museum ever dedicated to the history of the Hanse. Step into the world of the Middle Ages and discover the lives of the Lower German merchants. The museum tells the story of the Hanse's rise, supremacy and fall and shows how you are still surrounded by its legacy today. There is something for everyone, with impressive historical scenery, cabinets with valuable original objects and innovative museum technology.
You can also visit the Gothic rooms of the Castle Friary, dating from the 13th to 16th century. They are richly decorated with paintings on the walls and ceilings, capitals and keystones and illustrate the history of the Dominican order. Read, hear and experience the history of the Hanse in your own personal way!
Opening hours (except 24th December): April-October: 10.00 am until 6.00 pm November-March: 10.00 am until 5.00 pm