Harbour & canal tours in Lübeck: A boat trip along the small canals or the wilderness of the Wakenitz river following the former inner-German border– an unforgettable experience!
Guided tours in Lübeck’s Old Town: The Holsten Gate, St. Mary’s church, the historic Town Hall – discover the city with a tour guide. Guided tours also with costumed guides (tour with a sutler, a Hanse merchant’s wife, tour with a night-watchman or a police officer from the beginning of the 19th century and much more).
Tours are available in 17 languages
Private tour of the brewery Brauberger: The olnly remaining brewery in Lübeck. It’s difficult to resist this temptation, especially for all those who love beer! We show you how Lübeck’s Zwickelbier is brewed in copper kettles and afterwards we simply invite you to enjoy – fresh beer and a traditional brewery meal in a unique atmosphere amongst the copper kettles.
Rotspon red wine tasting: Tasting of Rotspon – the Bordeaux wine that matures in Lübeck. A tradition dating back to the 13th century.
Seaside resort of Travemünde: The four-masted barque Passat. Private visit of the Passat - the last true Cape Horn sailing ship, which has become the maritime symbol of the Baltic resort of Travemünde.
We organize a private guided tour accompanied by maritime snacks and beer on deck.
Private visit of the Füchtingshof courtyard: Füchtingshof is one of the biggest and magnificent courtyards in Lübeck. Since 1639 the courtyard serves as a housing estate for widows of sailors and merchants. One of the rooms usually isn’t open for the public. This is where the superindendent received official guests and also the widows once per year.
We organize a private visit of your cruise guests and serve coffee or tea and marzipan pastry.
Private concerts in the Old Town churches: St. Mary’s served as a model for the Gothic brick style of churches in the Baltic region. For the first time, the Gothic cathedral style of France was adapted to the local brick. It also houses the largest mechanical organ in the world. St. Jacob’s has been the church of seafarers since the Middle Ages. The small "Stellwagen organ" is one of the best preserved examples of North German organs from the 16th century. A lifeboat commemorates the sinking of the four-masted barque "Pamir" in 1957.
At or St Jacob’s: enjoy a private concert with music of your choice.