Summer experiences in Lüneburg
99 Euro arrangement
Welcome to the city built on salt
Just half an hour’s drive from Hamburg, easily accessible by train or car via the A 250, you will Lüneburg, a HanseaticCity dating back from mediaeval times. It was Lüneburg that gave its name to the heath nearby. In the Middle Ages it was one of the richest towns in the north of Germany: its salt mines made it a busy centre of trade, wealth and power. Today day-trippers are fascinated by the magnificent patrician houses with their brick gables or the mediaeval town hall on the market square. This university town offers visitors a lively cultural scene and the greatest number of bars and cafes per mile in Europe. You can still see the salt water bubbling up at “SaLü”, Lüneburg's thermal baths. Behind the old awe-inspiring city walls you will find a young and lively atmosphere. The city's trendy shops and restaurants make shopping or stopping off for a drink or bite to eat a true delight.
On the traces of the white gold
- 1 Overnight stay incl. breakfast in a ****- Hotel
- 1 Guided City tour
- 1 Entrance to the German Salt Museum
- 1 Dinner in an historic restaurant
- 1 Tasting "Salz und Sole" (Salt and brine)
- 1 salty present
- Lüneurg city information
The offer is bookable the whole year.