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Luebbecke, named in Wesphalian Lubke is a small town in the Minden Luebbecke district, Detmold administrative region, North Rhine Westphalia state of Germany. Luebbecke is on the Wiehen Hills. The town exists since as least 775, when it was first mentioned in records under the name of Hlidbeck. It was settled as a town with the name of Luebbecke only in 1279. In present, Luebbecke has a population of about 25,000 residents and an area of exactly 65 square kilometers. The city is twinned with four cities from four different countries: Bayeux in France, Dorchester, Dorset in the United Kingdom, Tiszakecske, Bacs Kiskun in Hungary and Bad Liebenwerda, Brandenburg in Germany. If you plan to visit Luebbecke for a few days in a holiday, you should know that it is a great family destination and it has many points of interest.
Top Attractions within Luebbecke
Barre's Beer World Brewery Museum is one of the most important attractions of Luebbecke, as Germany is famous all around the world for its beer. This is the museum of the local brewery. To visit it, you will have to enter an old cellar where the beer used to be stored. You will hear from the guide all that you should know about the beer produced in Luebbecke.
Luebbecke Town Museum is one of the largest museums in Luebbecke and a very interesting attraction for you if you are a history aficionado. You can admire costumes that people used to wear, you can see traditional houses and a few collections of art, coins and weapons of the town, dated from the 16th to the 19th century.
Taverna Paleon is one of the best restaurants in the city. The Germans love the Greek food, so do not be afraid to try it, especially in this top eatery of Luebbecke. The portions are large and the dishes are delicious. Ask for a fresh Gyros or for a tasty Souvlaki and if you are in the restaurant also try a cold beer.