Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Once the site of a fortress, Travemunde has been part of the free city of Lübeck since 1329. The neighborhood's location on the mouth of the Trave river in Lübeck Bay made it accessible from the Baltic Sea and to tourists from Scandinavian, Eastern Europe, and Russia. By the early 19th century, it had become a popular resort town immortalized in Thomas Mann's novel "Buddenbrooks." Apart from the expected charm of seaside restaurants and shops, you also can find a docked ship called Flying P-Liner Passat that acts as a museum. If you're visiting at just the right time, you can grab a spot at one of the restaurants with a view of the water to watch the Travemünder Woche, an annual sailing race on the Baltic. To visit Travemunde on your trip to Lubeck, use our Lubeck trip generator.
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Bardzo czysta plaża, świetne miejsce na wypoczynek z małymi dzieciakami :) Świetne miejsce o każdej porze roku.Very clean beach, great place to stay with young kids:) Great place at any time of the year.show original
A small and beautiful city with very nice people that could be a nice couple's trip. Dont forget to visit the Passat
Travemünde ist zwar ein Stadtteil von Lübeck, aber für mich weit aus mehr. Lange Sandstände, schöne Promenade, tolle Einkaufsstraße, Das Hafenviertel alleine ist schon eine Reise wert. Die St. Lorenz-... read more »Travemünde is a borough of Lübeck, but for me far from more. Long sandy beaches, beautiful promenade, shopping street, that alone is waterfront great been a journey worth. St. Lorenz Church beautiful and a place to stay. And then the Passat...show original
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