You’ll wade through 1,000 years of history when you visit Lubeck. This russet-coloured city was one of the first German settlements on the Baltic coast and it’s crammed with interesting buildings. Your historical walk of the city begins at the Holsten Gate, one of Lubeck’s most iconic structures. The two round towers on either side of the gateway look like enormous beer tankards and the spires are shaped like witches hats. Next on the agenda is the redbrick St Marien Church and the Gothic City Hall 'Rathaus' known to be one of the oldest in Germany. As you continue your walk through Lubeck you'll understand why many buildings have made it onto the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. After a traditional German lunch, you'll have time at your leisure to visit the famous Marzipan Cafe, the city's confectioners are expects when it comes to making this sweet treat. On your return to the ship you'll have a glimpse of Lubeck's silhouette and some of its famous church spires.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.