From Lübeck station in the north or Büchen station in the south, take a regional train directly to Mölln (Lauenburg) station. Lübeck is served by ICE and regional trains from throughout Germany, and Büchen is served by regional trains coming from the main transport hubs of Berlin and Hamburg.
Mölln is accessible from the B207 motorway, which runs north to south just west of the city. Coming from either north or south, take the exit "Mölln-Nord/Klinikrade", turn onto Ratzeburgerstrasse, and follow this straight into the heart of the city.
With one of the most well-preserved old towns in Schleswig-Holstein, Mölln is a true hidden gem in this beautiful region of Germany.
Mölln, also known as Eulenspiegel City, is proud to have been the home of the famous jester Till Eulenspiegel from German folklore during last years of his life- you can even find his alleged grave here! But Eulenspiegel isn't the oldest story to be told in Eulenspiegel... there is colossal evidence of the last ice age to be found here as well. Go to the Wildpark and climb on these giant boulders, or just stand by them in wonder.
In the idyllic, quaint city center, you will find the second oldest town hall in all of Schleswig-Holstein built in the Gothic style in 1373. Take a walk around the beautiful Nicolai church on the historical Marktplatz for some of the best views and scenes of the city. Take advantage of the public tours leaving every Saturday at 14:30 from the Eulenspiegel fountain on Marktplatz. An experienced tour guide will tell you all about Mölln's great sights like the Nicolai Church, market square, Hauptstrasse (main street), and the beautiful Kur Park.
Escape Address: Markt 12, 23879, Mölln, Schleswig-Holstein, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Take a boat tour on one of the three Mölln lakes or on the Elbe-Lübeck Canal. A knowledgable captain will provide you with plenty of information, and you can even enjoy some coffee and cake on board. Go to the tourist information center for more information.
Learn about the man behind the city's nickname at the Eulenspiegel Museum- a museum dedicated to the famous jester Till Eulenspiegel. With a combo-ticket you can also learn about the town's history at the Mölln Museum within the historical town hall.
The surroundings of Mölln are a paradise for extensive tours by bike. There are only small slopes and idyllic country roads, which make the ride a pleasure. Take a short trip, a day trip or even a multi-day bike tour, for example, to Schwerin or Lübeck you will absolutely love it!