Cultural diversity high up in the North of GermanyAnyone who would like to go on a cultural holiday is in just the right place by the Baltic Sea. The region has a great wealth of culture, many of the achievements of the past have been well preserved. It is often said that the people here have a particular mentality and are especially cultured. One can easily believe this, in view of the cultivated holiday atmosphere in Timmendorfer Strand and Niendorf!
City tripsKiel and Hamburg are attractive destinations for daytrips; but there are also other cities up in the north which have a wide variety of cultural highlights to offer and are easier to reach from Niendorf and Timmendorfer Strand. Take a trip to the rural and tranquil town of Bad Schwartau; go on a sightseeing tour through Wismar with its wonderfully preserved medieval Old City; discover Schwerin Palace, one of the most important buildings of Romantic Historicism; and spend a day in the Hanseatic metropolis of Lübeck, including an expedition through districts of winding alleyways and then an evening at the theatre or cabaret.
Sea LifeSea Life in Timmendorfer Strand is a lovely trip destination for families and everyone who wants to immerse themselves in the fascination of the undersea world. In around 40 realistic pools you can observe fish, jellyfish, turtles and other water animals intensively.
Lübeck museumsLübeck museums Anyone wanting to visit a museum in Lübeck will be spoilt for choice: attractions there include the Holstentor-Museum with a new exhibition about the power of trading, but also the Buddenbrookhaus; there is the Marzipan Salon with information and offers around the marzipan production, but also the Museum of Nature and the Environment, which offers exciting insights into the world of the region’s fauna and flora; and around 20 other interesting museums.
Eulenspiegel MuseumEulenspiegel Museum Three quarters of an hour away from Timmendorfer Strand and the LUV is the little town of Mölln. This is where Till Eulenspiegel is meant to have spent the last days of his life. The Möllner Eulenspiegel Museum shows all kinds of things that are worth knowing and considering about the real Till and about the literary figure in a permanent exhibition.