Herren Tunnel

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The Herren Tunnel (in German: Herrentunnel) is a German 780 metre-long road-tunnel underneath the river Trave. It is part of the national highway Bundesstrasse 75, connecting Lübeck and Travemünde.[1] It is Germany's second toll tunnel, and was opened on 26 August 2005.

The tunnel replaces a bridge. Cyclists who could use the bridge regularly are not allowed to cycle through the tunnel and have to detour via Bad Schwartau or use a free shuttle bus through the tunnel.


  1. ^ "Herren Tunnel, Lübeck, Germany". roadtraffic-technology.com. [unreliable source?]

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Coordinates: 53°54′02″N 10°46′25″E / 53.90056°N 10.77361°E / 53.90056; 10.77361