Lüneburg

Another Hanseatic town, Lüneburg’s fortune was made on a salt deposit lying close beneath the surface of the Altstadt, with salt being produced for over 1,000 years right up until 1980. The journey took a little longer than it ought to have, again because of roadworks. One thing we’ve noticed is that the Germans aren’t … Read more

Ribe

We left Outrup taking the scenic route to our first stop at the Tirpitz museum, set in what remains of a massive WWII bunker on the west coast of Jutland. The bunker was to be part of Hitler’s Atlantic Wall, stretching from Brittany in France right up to the north east coast of Norway, which … Read more