What to See and Do in Lübeck, Germany

by Paul Stafford  |  Published July 31, 2018

Lübeck is a medieval city in the north of Germany. The fascinating Gothic architecture punctures a city centre that is entirely surrounded and isolated by the Elbe-Lübeck Canal, which acts as a giant moat. The city has a proud association with literature; Thomas Mann and Günter Grass, both recipients of the Nobel Prize for literature, hail from the city. It’s also said to be the home of marzipan, according to Wolters World in this week’s video. In it are suggestions of ten great places to visit in Lübeck. Always reliable for good content and information, Wolters World also has some other great Germany videos on their Youtube page.

Source: Wolters World