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Hamburg: Panoramic Streetkart Tour

1. Hamburg: Panoramic Streetkart Tour

After meeting with your group, you will receive a detailed and professional briefing on the functions of the karts, before starting your fun tour. You will set off from the south of Hamburg in the municipality Seevetal, driving in the direction of the Hamburger Hafen. The Köhlbrandbrücke takes you to the harbor, and after a short break you will turn off towards Elbuferstrasse, where you will be able to really accelerate your vehicle. The trip on the Elbe dike is extremely scenic, and will also provide you with some time for great photos. You can look forward to an exciting and fast-paced tour, which can be adjusted depending on weather or traffic conditions. Your tour will be discussed and agreed with the participants, allowing you to form the best tour according to your group's desires.

Lübeck: 10-City-Highlights Scavenger Hunt

2. Lübeck: 10-City-Highlights Scavenger Hunt

A modern city rally awaits you, during which you will tackle tricky puzzles whilst uncovering interesting information. From the very first task, you will be already immersed in a world full of hidden clues and mysterious hints. You'll actively communicate with each other, getting closer to each other as you enrich your peers with your knowledge. You decide when you start and finish your adventure, completely independent of travel guides and groups. To participate, you only require a smartphone with an active internet connection. After you redeem your voucher for this city quest on the homepage, your guides will immediately send you a start link via mail. From there you can start the scavenger hunt by accessing the link through your smartphone. You will follow the route that takes you from one showplace to the next, answering clever questions and solving tricky puzzles on the way. During this tour, you will visit sights such as Puppenbrücke, Holsten Gate, Love Bridge, the Slums-quarter, Lübeck Cathedral, the St. Petri Church, the St. Maria church, and Town Hall. If you have trouble solving a task, you can use the system to get multiple clues and even display the correct answer. Of course, you are free to use the internet as a source of knowledge. At the end of each task you will receive exciting information and entertaining stories about the relevant sight.

Lübeck: Old Town Highlights Private Walking Tour

3. Lübeck: Old Town Highlights Private Walking Tour

Start your 2, 3, or 4-hour Lübeck adventure by meeting your local guide at the meeting location. After a short meet-and-greet, set-off on your walking tour through the city whilst your guide regales you with tales of Lübeck's fascinating local history. For all tours, you will visit 16th-century riverside salt warehouses, the Rathaus, Town Hall, and Drehbrücke. Your guide will also introduce you to some of Lübeck's most significant religious destinations such as St Peter's, St Mary's, and St Jakobi Church. On the 3-hour tour, you will enjoy entrance to St. Mary’s Church. Giving you a chance to admire the Astronomical Clock and medieval paintings. Plus, you’ll see the monumental Lübeck Cathedral where you will find amazing chapels and sacral art. If you select the 4-hour tour, you will also visit the Holstentor - the proud symbol of Lübeck’s history as an empire-free city. Learn about the history of the city, its topography, and incredible middle age architecture.

From Hamburg: Day Trip to Lübeck with Guided Walking Tour

4. From Hamburg: Day Trip to Lübeck with Guided Walking Tour

Take a short train journey from Hamburg to enjoy a day trip and guided walking tour in Lübeck. Stroll down the charming alleys of Lübeck’s Old Town, admire the local red brick buildings and see Holsten Gate, St. Mary's Church, and Lübeck Cathedral. Choose between two options depending on your needs. If you choose the fully-guided option, meet your guide at the Hamburg Central Station and travel together to Lübeck and back. If you prefer to travel to Lübeck alone, enjoy a car transfer from your accommodation in Hamburg to Hamburg Central Station. Meet a local Lübeck guide once you arrive in the city. Begin your walking tour of Lübeck at the Holsten Gate, a fascinating brick gothic building that was originally part of the city walls. Head inside to visit the Holstentor Museum, the city's history museum, and see antique ship models, suits of armor, and weapons from Lübeck. Continue the tour with a stroll through the narrow medieval streets of the Old Town and marvel at the fantastic examples of medieval brick design. Walk past St Peter’s Church, the majestic Lübeck Cathedral, and the St Aegidien Church. Head towards the stunning Gothic-style market square to see the City Hall. Throughout the tour, learn about Lübeck’s traders, merchants, and commerce throughout history. Next, visit the elegant gothic Church of St Mary. Inside, don't forget to look up to see the gravity-defying high ceiling, a spectacular wall clock, and a bell that fell from the tower and hit the floor. After leaving the church, head past St Catherine's Church and St Jacob Church. Learn about the precursor of modern hospitals, Heiligen-Geist-Hospital, as you walk by before going to the harbor. Marvel at the over 20 historic ships on display and cross the Drehbrücke bridge. Your last stop on the tour is a walk past the lovely Church of St Lawrence. If you chose the fully-guided option, enjoy some free time to explore Lübeck on your own and have lunch in town. If you chose the car transfer option, follow your guide back to the Lübeck station and board your train to Hamburg.

Lubeck: Private Tour with Traditional German Food

5. Lubeck: Private Tour with Traditional German Food

Immerse yourself in local culture and get a taste of the cuisine in the Schleswig Holstein region in Northern Germany. Embark on a culinary adventure in Lubeck’s Old Town with a local guide. The 2.5-hour tour option will begin in the heart of the historic Old Town where you will discover Hanseatic history, culture, and heritage. You will see highlights such as St. Mary’s Church (Marienkirche) and the Old Town Hall with its series of ornate arcades that date back to the 13th-century. Your fun-loving Private Guide will share interesting facts and anecdotes about the city and take you to 2 amazing venues, including 1 traditional restaurant and 1 patisserie. During this exclusive food tasting tour, you will discover the diverse flavors of local cuisine. On the menu, you will find seafood, beef potatoes, and other regional delicacies such as Fliederbeersuppe (elderberry soup), smoked Kieler Sprotten, a common stew made with pork belly, carrots, potatoes, and onions. For dessert, try the famous Lubecker Marzipan. Choose the 3.5-hour tour to learn more about the culinary preferences and traditions in Lubeck, such as the wintertime custom of kale eating, known as Grünkohlessen. During this tour, you will visit 3 venues, including 2 traditional German restaurants. Try the famous Gruenkohl with Kouchwirst (Kale and Sausage) or Labskaus. To make the experience even better, we will also treat you to a glass of cold German beer. The 5-hour option is a fun and cultural food and beer tasting tour at 4 different venues. Sample 8 different types of beer on this tour, including popular brands as well as regional and craft beers. See more Old Town highlights, such as the Market Square, St Peter’s Church, and Lubeck Altstadt.

Lübeck: St. Anne's Museum with City Walking Tour Option

6. Lübeck: St. Anne's Museum with City Walking Tour Option

Immerse yourself in a guided group tour of the historic artworks housed in the beautifully renovated St. Anne's Museum. First built as a monastery in 1515, learn all about its infamous history as a poor house, prison, and perhaps even a brothel. Get up close and personal with exquisitely hand-carved altarpieces from as early as the 15th century. Learn all about these polyptychs as your expert guide shares the historical backstories of pieces by artists such as Hans Memling, Herman Rode, and Henning von der Heide. Inside the Chamber of Paraments, you can marvel at the remarkable craftsmanship of hand-embroidered 13th-century paraments (alter hangings), which had been hidden away in drawers for centuries, and only rediscovered in the late 1800s. Extend your guided tour with the 4-hour option, which will allow you to experience St. Anne’s Museum, as well as an additional sightseeing trip around the historic city of Lübeck, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, your knowledgeable guide will lead the way to iconic places such as the Holsten Gate, Lübeck Cathedral, and St. Peter’s Church as well as other landmarks that have played important roles in the past of this Hanseatic City.

Lübeck: Private Maritime History Walking Tour & Museumshafen

7. Lübeck: Private Maritime History Walking Tour & Museumshafen

Discover the city of Lübeck on a private guided walking tour. See a variety of historic buildings of the Old Hanseatic City, a designated UNESCO Heritage Site, with an optional guided tour of the Museumshafen also available. Meet your guide by the Holstentor, a gate many seafarers were jubilant to pass through after their long journies. Stroll past the Salzspeicher, or Salt Storage Houses, along the canal. Next, see St. Mary's Church, which was built on the highest point on Lübeck's Old Town Island. Stop by St. Jacobi's Church, which was the 'Church of the Seafarers' during the Hanseatic era. Your guide will bring the era to life as you hear the stories of the priceless artwork within its walls. As you walk back towards the canals, see the Hansemuseum, and next to it are the famous lift bridges of Lübeck, if you are lucky they'll be raised while you visit. Your walking tour ends at the Museumshafen, or Harbor Museum. Extend your tour to include a guided tour of the Museumshafen. This unique museum is owned by the members who moor their sailboats and yachts in the marina. Discover the remarkable history behind some of these seaworthy vessels.

Lübeck: Willy Brandt House Private Guided Tour

8. Lübeck: Willy Brandt House Private Guided Tour

Join a private guide to learn about the life of Willy Brandt, former Chancellor of West Germany and winner of the 1971 Nobel Peace Prize. Visit the Willy Brandt House Museum and see where he attended school. Extend your tour with a visit to Lübeck's Old Town. Meet your guide outside the Willy Brandt House to begin your guided tour. Gain unique insight into the life of Mr. Brandt and discover how his style of diplomacy brought about a fresh relationship between the East and West at a time when these relations were strained at best. Visit the rooms where a young Willy Brandt played and spent his youth. Sit on a government bench and speak at one of former Chancellor Brandt's podiums as you make your way through various exhibits, each one depicting a different era of Brandt's life. Having completed your private tour of the Willy Brandt House, follow your guide as you visit the places in Lübeck that helped shape Willy Brandt, turning him into the global leader that he was. Walk the same cobblestone streets he walked and see where he attended school and spent his free time. Choose to extend your tour by booking the historic Lübeck option to explore the old Hanseatic City of Lübeck, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Follow your guide as they showcase such places as the Holsten Gate, St. Anne’s Museum, and St. Mary’s Church.

Lubeck: Jewish History and City Highlights Walking Tour

9. Lubeck: Jewish History and City Highlights Walking Tour

Though perhaps Lubeck is not well known for its Jewish history, there has been and currently is a thriving Jewish Community. Your Private Guide will show you the Lubeck Synagogue as well as tell you the history of Jews living in Lubeck throughout its existance. Your Knowledgeable Guide will also lead you through the cobblestoned streets of historic Lubeck, where you'll learn more about the beginnings and growth of this UNESCO Heritage Site of the Hanseatic City of Lubeck. Jews weren't permitted into the City of Lubeck during the Hanseatic Era, but were finally granted permission to settle in the suburb of Moisling. In 1812, the first synagogue was built in Lubeck and the current Lubeck Synagogue was build in 1880. Discover the contributions to Lubeck from the Jewish Community from your Informed Guide who will be able to answer any of your questions. Following your time at the Lubeck Synagogue - which doesn't allow private visits due to crimes against the Synagogue - your 5-Star Guide will point out the other Lubeck highlights in this Museum Quarter in Old Lubeck. Included will be St. Anne's Museum, after which your Expert Guide will take you past St. Mary's Church with its Astronomical Clock before finishing your tour at the Holstentor - the iconic Gate leading into the Old Town of Lubeck.

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3.7 / 5

based on 3 reviews

It was a lot of fun, the team is very friendly and helpful. The street kart group was led by the owner in a kart and radioed about obstacles or potholes. To the rear, the group was secured by his wife with a van. A replacement card was carried. Well organized and I can recommend Hot Touristik with a clear conscience.

Nice support, safe conditions and organization that is very much geared towards customer wishes and needs! We can highly recommend the tour and would book it again at any time!

Great tour! Arriving from Hamburg with public transport is unfortunately a bit tedious, as the meeting point is rather remote. But it definitely paid off.

My husband got the tour for his birthday and loved it. Gladly again!

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