Your real estate agent for Lübeck and the surrounding area
In the northernmost state of Germany, in Schleswig-Holstein, lies the Hanseatic city of Lübeck. The silhouette of the city is determined by seven church towers, therefore Lübeck bears the nickname 'city of seven towers'. The landmark of Lübeck is the Holsten Gate, a city gate in the center of the city, built in late Gothic style. In the immediate vicinity of the Holsten Gate are the former salt warehouses. They testify to Lübeck's past as an important center of the salt trade.
Today, the Hanseatic city is also known as a manufacturing site of marzipan. Lübeck is also the hometown of the German writer Thomas Mann and the main setting of the novel 'The Buddenbrooks'. The Buddenbrookhaus houses a museum dedicated to the literary work and the Mann family. The historic old town, dominated by traditional brick architecture, parts of which were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1987, offers everything that makes modern city life possible: numerous cafes and bistros, markets and specialty stores, as well as a wide range of cultural activities.
The river Trave flows through the city, which flows into the Baltic Sea half an hour away from Lübeck -in Travemünde. With its white beach and maritime flair, the Baltic resort of Travemünde is a popular destination.
For you in the best locations - your competent real estate agent in Lübeck will be happy to advise you!
The seal was awarded for the sixth time in a row. It is a recognition of professional and continuous high-quality performance of the corresponding partners and their teams throughout Europe.
The awarding of the seal was subject to various criteria. First and foremost, professional performance, reliability and passion with which each individual colleague of a store contributes to the success of his team were evaluated. In addition, the store's appearance, team building, marketing concepts and marketing activities were also taken into account.