Between Lauenburg and Stormarn, the north is excitingly different. Here you don’t go by cutter, but rather by canoe. Here you don’t walk through the mudflats but through the forest. Here the wind doesn’t blow across the sea, but over wild and romantic lakes. The trail leads through enchanted nature, past nature parks, protected areas, rustic farm cafés and lookout towers. Historic towns invite you to travel back in time and meet Till Eulenspiegel in the Duchy of Lauenburg. Among the most famous places in Stormarn is the town of Ahrensburg with its castle. If you want to discover the special magic of this landscape in south-eastern Schleswig-Holstein, you should do it in slow motion. Calm down, switch off your mind completely, and breathe deeply. This works particularly well here. Whether it be just for a few days or for a long break from everyday life.
Between Lübeck and Hamburg, a wild refuge with rare moors, species-rich lakes and forests awaits guests. By bike, on foot or on the water, you can discover large nature parks, as well as historic old towns, traditional cuisine and unusual culture.
Between Hamburg and Lübeck, rare moorland landscapes, deep forests and small towns rich in history in red clinker brick dress await.
Wilderness as far as the eye can see, right at the gates of Hamburg. Species-rich moors, lakes and forests characterise the landscapes of the Duchy of Lauenburg and Stormarn.
North of Hamburg, in the megacity’s front garden, a natural retreat invites you to a country break. And there is plenty to discover between Ahrensburg and Lübeck, Trave and Wakenitz.
Fairytale-esque (and also eerie) castles, hidden galleries and travelling theatres on the water – the cultural offerings from the Duchy of Lauenburg and Stormarn range from surprising creativity to impressive history.
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