Your journey to Lübeck

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Relax and travel safely to Lübeck and Travemünde by car, rail, coach or public transport and spend a pleasant few days holiday in peace.

On this page you will find the following tips:
Travel by rail with the Deutsche Bahn
Public transport in Lübeck
Travelling by car
Travelling by coach
Travelling by plane
Travelling by boat
Parking

Travel by rail with Deutsche Bahn

Leave traffic jams behind and enjoy your journey right from the start. Deutsche Bahn long-distance trains are fast, affordable and environmentally-friendly. The rail's travel information service not only knows all about train timetables but also when buses leave and how long it takes to walk to the next stop.

Important info concerning the route Hamburg-Lübeck-Copenhagen
Due to increasing construction work carried out in connection with preparations for the construction of the Fehmarnbelt tunnel with rail replacement service in Denmark, IC trains on the Hamburg - Copenhagen line will be diverted via Padborg (previously via Lübeck-Puttgarden-Rodby) for the next few years. There's no stop in Lübeck. As one convenient alternative, we recommend Flixbus.

Public transport in Lübeck

Quick and easy travel to Lübeck and Travemünde
The Stadtverkehr Lübeck GmbH operates the public transport system in Lübeck and the surrounding area as well as the Priwall ferries. Information on timetables, tickets and tariffs are available from www.stadtverkehr-luebeck.dewww.scout-sh.de or Tel.: +49 (0) 4 51/8 88 28 28.

9-Euro-Ticket

By the way: With the 9-Euro-Ticket you can also experience Lübeck in June, July and August in a cost-effective, sustainable and comfortable way. You can use the ticket on all means of public transport. And a relaxed trip to Travemünde is also possible with the ticket - without having to search for a parking lot.

Interactive busnetwork

Arrival by car

Wherever you come from- these are the easiest ways

Arrival by coach

You can comfortably travel to Lübeck by coach. The central bus station is located opposite the main station of Lübeck from where the Old Town can be reached within walking distance. You can by the tickets at the Tourist Information in Lübeck.

The numerous coach connections to Lübeck can be found here.

Travel by plane

Getting to Lübeck's town centre is easy
The number 6 bus route starts right in front of the airport and leaves every 20 mins for the central bus station and back (journey approx. 30 mins). A train leaves for the main train station every hour from the "Lübeck Flughafen" stop and back again (journey approx. 8 mins).

From Hamburg Airport you can get the S-Bahn (suburban rail network) line S1. Line S1 operates every 10 minutes between Hamburg Airport and Hamburg’s central railway station, Hauptbahnhof, a journey of only 25 minutes. Trains from Hamburg central station to Lübeck central station operate from 8 am - 8 pm, every 30 minutes and before and after that every hour. The journey from Hamburg to Lübeck is approximately 40 minutes. The “Hamburg Airport (Flughafen)” S-Bahn station is directly in front of the terminals and is easily reached by lift, escalator or stairs.

Airport Lübeck

Lübeck Air connects Lübeck with Munich and Stuttgart, plus a number of European destinations e.g. Dublin, Cracow, Keflavik or Salzburg.

> To Lübeck Air

Arrival by boat

If you come to Lübeck or Travemünde on the Elbe-Lübeck canal, the river Wakenitz or the river Trave with your own boat, you will find the addresses of comfortable marinas, moorings and jetties here.

Please get in touch with the individual contact address to see what connections, such as water or electricity, are available. It may be necessary to register the boat prior to arrival.

Parking

More than 5,000 parking spaces in or close to the Old Town

In Lübeck the parking fee is charged Mon–Sat 10 am–6 pm and Sun 10 am–2 pm. You can buy a ticket valid up to the end of the fee-charging period at all KWL parking areas. This allows you to explore the city in peace without having to keep an eye on how long you've been parked for. People parking over the long-term can even buy a ticket lasting several days.

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