Revisiting Luneburg, Germany with the Cape Gazette

November 17, 2019

In October, Diane Barlow and Peter Jahn of Lewes visited Peter’s hometown of Luneburg, Germany, situated south of Hamburg.

The old town, established in 900 A.D., rose to wealth and independence through salt and limestone mining.

The Gothic brick and timber frame houses still show the beauty of Medieval craftsmanship made possible by builders’ skills and wealthy merchants’ finances - a walk through over a thousand years of history.

Today, as a member of the Hanseatic City League, the town welcomes visitors from all over the world.

The Traveler Series is sponsored by
Bob & Cathy Cardaneo

Your Dream Vacation Begins

Subscribe to the Daily Newsletter