Schleswig-Holstein and the Baltic Coast Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Schleswig-Holstein and the Baltic Coast - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Sylt 10

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Stralsund 6

Rostock 6

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Schwerin 5

Warnemunde 5

Kiel 4

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Usedom Island 2

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Altstadt

  • Historic District/Site

Proof of Lübeck's former position as the golden queen of the Hanseatic League is found at every step in the Altstadt, which contains...

Buddenbrookhaus

  • Museum/Gallery

Two highly respectable-looking mansions are devoted to two of Germany's most prominent writers, Thomas Mann (1875–1955) and Günter...

Günter Grass-Haus

  • Museum/Gallery

This mansion contains a museum devoted to wide-ranging exhibits on literature and visual arts, including the work of Germany's most famous...

Heilig-Geist-Hospital

  • Hospital–Sight

Take a look inside the entrance hall of this Gothic building. It was built in the 14th century by the town's rich merchants and was one...

Holstentor

  • Museum/Gallery

Lübeck’s famous gate was part of the medieval fortifications of the city. It has two faces: one it shows the world and one it shows...

Lübecker Dom

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Construction of this, the city's oldest building, began in 1173. This Lutheran cathedral was built by Heinrich der Löwe and was partially...

Marienkirche

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The impressive redbrick Gothic structure, which has the highest brick nave in the world, looms behind the Rathaus. Look for the old bells,...

Rathaus

  • Government Building

Dating from 1240, the Rathaus is among the buildings lining the arcaded Marktplatz, one of Europe's most striking medieval market squares.

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