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A seaside resort between tradition and modern spirit

What was known as a traditional seaside resort has become a modern beach destination: Travemünde invites you to enjoy the sea and everything, the seaside resort has to offer. Here, modern spirit and tradition are inseparably connected with each other. Much-loved favourite sites and refreshingly new places of yearning. New hotels and holiday apartments, as well as modern infrastructure and attractive wellness and leisure facilities have opened their doors- and historic places appear in new splendour featuring maritime tradition and a fresh sea breeze.

The Travepromenade in a new shine!

Travepromenade is also dressing up and has been redesigned with creative ideas based on a modern concept. From the pilot tower to Vorderreihe, it is now a modern part of the promenade circuit, which is Travemünde's newly discovered attraction. In addition to the Priwallpromenade and the "imperial" seafront promenade Strandpromenade, the Travepromenade is part of the circuit that connects the two banks of the river Trave with the ferry service linking the two riverbanks.


Kaiserbrückenplatz and Fährplatz are the two new favourite places to rest with a waterfront view of the large vessels. The new Trave terraces at the Fährplatz are an absolute prime location for ship-watchers. From here, you have a great view of the legendary four-masted barque PASSAT and the lively ship traffic on the river Trave. Seating furniture such as the stylish wicker beach chair, sales stands with food and beverage ensure that you can enjoy your walk along the 550m long bank all year round.

Sculptures with "real" navigation marks guide families with children to steer the right course and invite to climbing and playing.

The historic lifeboat sheds and the old slipway next to the Lübeck Yacht Club radiate some historical ambience, because the old fishing village and now seaside resort of Travemünde has always been closely connected with seafaring.

Incidentally, you will also find the new tourist-information at the Fährplatz on the Travepromenade – very close to the pier of the pedestrian ferry to the Priwall peninsula, the other side of Travemünde.

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