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Active programme in Maritim Strandhotel Travemünde

Every Tuesday
Coffee chat in the "Above the Clouds" restaurant
Enjoy the unique view over the Bay of Lübeck, the lively shipping traffic in the Trave estuary, the "Passat" four-masted barque, the 7-towers of the Hanseatic city of Lübeck and make contact with other guests

Every Sunday
Tea dance in the Schleswig-Holstein hall
Over coffee and cake, you can shake a leg to live music

Every Monday and Friday
Informative welcome reception in the Night Sailer Bar with the management

Travemünder Lichterzauber (Magical Light Festival)

23rd to 25th September 2016

At this festival of 1000 lights, you can experience countless artistic performances and a breathtaking firework display over the sea in the romantic and enchanting Godewindpark. When evening falls, the trees, sea and meadows are transformed into a sparkling sea of light, offering a fantastical setting for lovestruck night owls and stargazers.

Herbstdrachenfest (Autumn Kite Festival)

30th September to 3rd October 2016

The onset of autumn also heralds the colourful Kite Festival, which is traditionally celebrated in Travemünde. Here the focus is on kites and activities for the whole family. International kite performers draw patterns in the sky with their kites, and create a multicoloured spectacle on the beach.

Lübeck Maritime Christmas Market

21st November to 29th December 2016

If you are holidaying on the Baltic coast, pay a visit to the Maritime Christmas Market on the Koberg in Lübeck. The market pays tribute to the maritime traditions of the seafaring district in the north west of the Old Town Island (Altstadtinsel). With St. Jakobi church, the Heiligen-Geist Hospital, the Schiffergesellschaft shipping association building and the Hogehus, Koberg Square is surrounded by historic buildings that provide a truly wonderful backdrop. Old wooden barrels, fishing nets and a stranded shipwreck all offer a harbour atmosphere you can reach out and touch. And of course, little sailors won't miss out either: on boat fishing trips, children can test how steady their hand is out on the open seas.