Date(s) - 21/11/2021
8:45 am - 10:00 pm
The over 1050 year old city between Hamburg and Hanover is one of the most fascinating cities in northern Germany. Its historic architecture in the style of the brick Gothic is in charming contrast to the lively, young city life. During the Second World War Lüneburg remained undamaged, so that the city kept a closed, medieval cityscape – one of the reasons that in October 2007 Lüneburg became the title of the Hanseatic city again.
* Historical town hall
* Water tower
* Smelt market of Lüneburg
* and much more…
All informations without guarantee.
8:45 am at Braunschweig central station (by the Info point)
Participation is for free!
No registration required!
Don’t forget your student ID to ride the train for free!
In case you don’t have a semester ticket, you can join other people to buy a group ticket on-site.