We missed you!

What is most important:


1. Wear masks in all buildings
2. Keep a distance of 1. 5 metres

3. Sneeze and cough into a tissue or the elbow
4. Use disinfectants

5. Avoid shaking hands
6. Wash hands thoroughly several times a day

7. Act respectfully towards others
8. Pay attention to individual information on site

If you are concerned that you might be infected, please be calm and call the medical on-call service on +49 116 117. Here you will find contact persons at all time, who will inform you about the next steps.

The Hanseatic City of Lübeck has set up an information hotline on the subject of coronavirus. The hotline is available from Monday to Sunday from 7 am to 7 pm via +49 (0) 451 / 122 - 2626. The hotline is an addition to the information already published at www.luebeck.de/coronavirus.

We are here for you!

Especially during this time, we are happy to help you. Whether you need information about the opening times of restaurants, you are looking for a stylish mouth-nose protection or you need a tip for a day trip destination – our whole team is available to answer your questions.

You can contact us from Monday to Sunday from 8 am to 7 pm via  +49 (0) 451 88 99 700 and via info(at)luebeck-tourismus.de for bookings.

Opening hours of the Tourist Information in Strandbahnhof station:
Monday to Friday: 9 am to 5 pm

Saturday, Sunday, public holidays: 10 am to 3 pm (only in bad weather)

Opening hours of the mobile Tourist Information by the beach terraces:
Saturday, Sunday, public holidays: 10 am to 3 pm (only in good weather)

Crowded places

On some days the seaside resort will be busier than on others. This especially concerns our beaches and all the promenades, including the Vorderreihe as well as the Priwall ferries. Please act respectfully towards each other in these crowded places. Depending on the number of visitors, there can be access restrictions – we appreciate your understanding. We are doing our best to keep this information updated on a daily basis, please always contact us directly if you have any questions.

Our tips for excursions when it gets too crowded at the beach:

1. The beach at Priwall
Our natural beach invites not only for sunbathing, but also for longer walks.

2. Steep coast of Brodten
The panoramic path with stunning views over the Baltic Sea is ideal for walks and bike rides.

3. Pötitzer Wiek
As a European protected landscape for birds, our Pötenitzer Wiek is the ideal place to listen to the chirping birds.

4. Dummersdorfer Ufer
Our “Stülper Huk" in midst the nature reserve is just waiting for your visit. Did you know? In German “Stülper Huk" is the maritime name of seafarers and fishermen for the hook-like sand nose of the peninsula.

5. Hemmelsdorfer See
Would you like to go on a bike ride? It takes about two and a half hours to cycle around the lake Hemmelsdorfer See, but it is definitley worth it!

6. Sneaky paths
Discover your own special places on the sneaky paths. Attention: Please stay on paved paths only.