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Coronavirus update

Dear ones!

The German authorities have decided to extend the lockdown period until 7th March 2021. We hope that these drastic measures will help to overcome the crisis and enable a good start into the new year. Travel has not been banned, but an appeal has been issued by the German authorities to refrain from non-essential trips. Hotels and guesthouses throughout Germany are no longer allowed to accept guests who wish to stay for private reasons. Business trips are still possible. The retail trade, with the exception of shops for daily needs are closed. Restaurants, cafés and bars will remain closed as well. This regulation applies until the 7th March 2021. An extension is possible.

Contacts must be greatly reduced. Until 7th March 2021 one household is allowed to invite and meet only one person from another household. Children under the age of 14 years are excluded from this rule. They are seen as a unit with their parents.

We will always keep you updated on the current situation in Travemünde until we can personally welcome you again. We hope to see you soon. Take care and stay healthy!

We’ve put together FAQ relating to the coronavirus and your stay in Travemünde.

What is most important:

We kindly ask you to continue to be prudent and to act responsibly. Please follow the rules of the public authorities: try to stay at least 1.5 metres away from anyone you do not live with, refrain from shaking, wear a medical mask while grocery shopping and in public transport, wash your hands with soap and water frequently– do this for at least 20 seconds, use hand sanitizer gel if soap and water are not available, wash your hands as soon as you come home, cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze, put used tissues in the bin immediately and wash your hands afterwards. Here you will find an overview of all important information on infection protection.

If you are concerned that you might be infected, please be calm and call the medical on-call service on +49 116 117. Here you will find contact persons at all time, who will inform you about the next steps. The Hanseatic City of Lübeck has set up an information hotline, which is available from Monday to Sunday from 7 am to 7 pm as well as Saturday and Sunday from 8 am to 5 pm via +49 451 122 2626. The hotline is an additional offer to get in touch, if you have any questions that are not answered on the official website www.luebeck.de/coronavirus.

We are here for you!

Especially during this time, we are happy to help you. You can contact us from Monday to Sunday from 8 am to 7 pm via  +49 451 88 99 700 and via info@luebeck-tourismus.de for bookings and any kind of inquries. From 1st February on we will be available by phone during the following service hours: Monday - Friday 8 am – 6 pm, Saturday 8 am – 4 pm and Sunday 8 am – 2 pm.

The Tourist information in Travemünde will be closed until 31st March 2021.

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FAQs

Can I spend my holiday in Travemünde?

Unfortunately, hotels will remain closed until 7th March 2021. Overnight stays in hotels and accommodation are only offered in exceptional cases and in the context of essential business trips. We will update you here as soon as we have news and will be able to welcome you again.
Further info is available on the website of the Foreign Ministery.

Can I visit Travemünde as a day guest?

From now on you can visit Travemünde as a day visitor again, the entry ban for non-Lübeck residents is lifted.

Where do I have to wear a face covering?

Anyone wanting to enter a shop in Travemünde, as well as anywhere else in Schleswig-Holstein, and use the bus, train or taxi must wear a medical mask which means at least a surgical mask or a FFP2 or KN95/N95 mask.  

The obligation to wear a mask is extended until the until 7th March 2021 and also extended to shopping centres as well as to roofed areas in shopping centres, the associated car parks and weekly markets. It is also obligatory to wear a mask when entering the Travemünde harbour and beach railway station including the forecourt and the railway stations at the airport, St. Jürgen, Hochschulstadtteil, Dänischburg, Kücknitz and Skandinavienkai as well as the Lübeck main railway station.

Furthermore, it is obligatory to wear a mouth-nose cover in Travemünde on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) between 9 am and 7 pm in the area of the Leuchtenfeld car park, Trelleborgallee, Am Leuchtenfeld, Vorderreihe, ferry jetty and Priwallpromenade.

Children up to the age of six years as well as bus, train and taxi drivers are exempt from this regulation. Please wear a face covering whenever you can't keep a 1,5m distance from others. This also applies to all public indoor spaces. Masks protect those around you and will help slow the spread of the virus.

Can I go to the beach? Do I have to book a beach ticket online?

As soon as day trips are possible again, you can enjoy the beach of Travemünde in autumn and winter without paying a fee. On the Kurstrand beach a fee of € 3.00 is charged from 15th May to 14th September.

Are there any restrictions on bus transport?

The public transport in Lübeck and Travemünde offers a regular service. Medical masks are mandatory in buses and public transport. The mask must be at least a surgical mask or a higher quality FFP2 or KN95/N95 mask. Please keep in mind: Buy the ticket at the ticket counters if possible. The service centres are open. Tickets can also be bought in the buses.

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What is the timetable for the Priwall ferry service?

The car ferry runs every 10 to 15 minutes. The passenger ferry Nordermole jetty will only be used on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 pm to 6 pm.

Are the VOI and Lime e-scooters in operation?

The e-scooters in Travemünde are available. Wear gloves to stay protected and wash your hands before and after using them for safety reasons. Also maintain the safety distance please.

Are restaurants and cafés open?

Restaurants, cafés and bars will remain closed until 7th March 2021. Many of them offer take-away services. Appointments for the pick-up of your orders must be made in advance. The consumption of alcoholic drinks in public areas is prohibited.

Do the public guided tours take place?

No, there won't be any tours until further notice.

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Are there currently any events taking place in Travemünde?

Until 7th March 2021 there won't be any events in Travemünde. This nationwide restriction will be in force until that date.

Are there any tours of the MS Hanse?

The MS Hanse service between Lübeck and Travemünde as well as the "charming hour" (Travemünde cruise) are cancelled until further notice.

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Are shops open in Travemünde?

The shops, with the exception of shops for daily needs, are closed. Click & Collect services are offered by many of the closed shops. Open shops may only be entered by one person from a household. Please keep in mind, that it’s compulsory to wear a mask. A medical mask is required – which means that you must wear at least a surgical mask or a higher quality FFP2 or KN95/N95 mask. Please avoid any unnecessary contact and go shopping on your own. Barber shops are allowed to open from 1st March 2021 considering the hygiene rules.

Does the weekly market take place in Travemünde?

The weekly market in Travemünde takes place. Please keep your distance and cover your mouth and nose. And please remember to avoid any unnecessary contact and go shopping alone if possible.

Do church services take place?

Although some churches remain open, many church services will not take place until 7th March 2021.

Are the public toilets open?

The public toilets are open.

++ Updated 26th February 2021 ++

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