Anyone who walks attentively through the city, can always discover small corridors between the houses, these form a whole connection network on the old town island and lead through beautiful courtyards. It is worthwhile in any case, just new to explore one or the other gear!
Located on the edge of Lübeck's old town, the Malerwinkel is a tranquil and dreamy spot. Between the impressive ramparts and the Trave you can often see artists from all over the world who want to banish the unique and undisguised view of Lübeck's old town on canvas. But for all the others, the Lübeck Malerwinkel is a wonderful piece of earth on which it is easy to relax.From the small park on the Trave you can look at the opposite bank and the old town with the narrow medieval buildings. The view sweeps higher and higher, up to the towers of the impressive city churches, which tower far into the sky. The tall towers of St. Mary's, St. Peter's and the Dome make an impressive contrast to the old storage facilities and the small, modest houses on the banks of the Trave. If you stroll along the small road along the Trave, you will pass lovingly restored old town houses that look like freshly painted. Many restaurants invite you to linger with a fantastic view.urlaubsziele.com/sehenswuerdigkeiten/272