Maritim ClubHotel Timmendorfer Strand
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There are many ways to discover Schleswig-Holstein. Perhaps you'd like to follow in the footsteps of one of its famous sons or daughters - visiting historical landmarks along the way. It could just as well be that the past is of little interest and you prefer to indulge in a little modern culture. Be it classic art, shopping, wandering, perusing - Timmendorfer Strand and its neighbours Lübeck and Hamburg afford visitors practically limitless possibilities. Because getting out and about is often even more fun in a group, we've integrated a number of excursions, museum visits and other social activities into our comprehensive year-round guest program.
Visiting the SEA LIFE facility is a great way to discover what's living in the North Atlantic, North Sea and the Baltic without even getting your feet wet - underwater fun for budding biologists of all ages!
March to June daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
July/August daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
September/October daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
November to February from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(last entry is 1 hour before closing time)
Wandering through the facility takes between 1 and 1.5 hours on average.
Luebeck is unique! The entire city was therefore declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1987. The city centre is surrounded by water and has approximately 1800 listed buildings lining historical lanes and winding alleyways. Not only is it beautiful to look at, it also forms the core of a very lively city with about 214,000 residents. Formerly an independent free Hanseatic city, Luebeck is now the largest city in Schleswig-Holstein and is known as the "cultural capital of the north".
Travemuende is one of Europe's most beautiful sea-side towns. Long beach walks and a visit to a quaint fishing harbour, where fresh fish are on sale, offer maritime pleasures all year round. A shopping excursion along the sea front, past the cruise ships docked at the Ostpreussenkai and a visit to a street café to view the ships in the Trave estuary are good for relaxation.
This old royal residential city welcomes you. The historical city centre with its large old market place and its numerous historical facades in various styles, the "widow's palace" that never served as such, the former court apothecary's shop, the former municipal offices in Stolbergstrasse, artisans' houses near the church and, of course, the brick-built St Michaelis church with its leaning tower all add to the charm of the compact old town of Eutin.
Germany's only sea-side adventure park offers you an unforgettable maritime leisure experience. Set in the picturesque Baltic landscape, eleven different theme worlds, numerous rides and shows invite visitors to participate in fun and adventures – and, of course, to enjoy the necessary relaxing breaks in between.
From mid of March through October: daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Entrance fee: Adults from 15 years old: 36 €, children from 4 to 14 years old: 29 €, children under 4 years: free