Lübeck. Travemünde Beach

The camera is installed on one of the upper floors of Maritim Strandhotel Travemünde. The 36-story building rises above the resort town. Built in the mid 70s of the last century, this hotel has greatly increased the number of tourists in Lübeck.

Guests, especially on the upper floors, have a unique view from the window: the Baltic Sea, the Priwall Peninsula and the huge sandy beach, Travemünde. The building is also used as a beacon, which is on the roof.

In the old days, Travemünde resort area was an independent town, founded at the end of the twelfth century. Before it became a major tourist destination, its economy had been based on the Maritime Administration and Fisheries.

Lübeck is perfect for tourists, interested in classical German cities, not just in a beach holiday, because the city has many historical attractions as well as common city buildings.