Lütjenburg

Things to know

The health resort of Lütjenburg can look back on 800 eventful years with its historic marketplace, baroque town hall, St. Michael's Church and the former dye factory whose richly ornate, not-to-be-missed door today leads straight into the registry office. The Bismarck Tower built in 1898 stretches far above the roofs of this picture-book town, and offers a view over East Holstein's hills and the Baltic Sea as far as the Danish islands. The "Association of Friends of the Medieval Castle of Lütjenburg" has provided a further highlight in Nienthal by reconstructing a motte castle of wood, a unique project of its kind in the whole of North Germany. The ice age museum, also situated in Nienthal, is certainly a further distinctive feature of the region.  Many festivals and market events, together with smaller and larger shops, tempt you to a leisurely shopping stroll. Lütjenburg is also to be recommended as a holiday destination. Especially as a base for many excursions to the surrounding areas.

Tips and things to see

Baroque town hall

Baroque town hall

St. Michael's Church

St. Michael's Church

Bismarck Tower

Bismarck Tower

Motte castle

Motte castle

Ice-age museum

Ice-age museum

Färberhaus

Färberhaus (dye factory house )- built1576 -

Vier Bürger-Häuser (Four town houses)

Position of Lütjenburg

contact touristinformation

Touristinformation Lütjenburg
Markt 4, 24321 Lütjenburg
Tel. +49 43 81/41 99 41
Fax: +49 43 81/41 99 43
luetjenburg@hohwachterbucht.de