Universally popular bar with live music, open-mike events and gigantic murals. More about Singapore in the digital LH Magazin www.lufthansa.com/magazin. Read more.
Still a rarity in Singapore: a craft shop that sells trendy regional design. More about Singapore in the digital LH Magazin www.lufthansa.com/magazin. Read more.
Franco-Asian cuisine by top chef Justin Quek at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. More about Singapore in the digital LH Magazin www.lufthansa.com/magazin. Read more.
Boutique hotel in Chinatown with 30 rooms lovingly adorned with small artworks. More about Singapore in the digital LH Magazin www.lufthansa.com/magazin. Read more.
This trendy restaurant is a homage to the fishermen and sailors of the Santa Catalina neighborhood. More about Mallorca in the LH Magazin iPad App (10/2015). Read more.
The bar, tucked away in the courtyard of this Art Nouveau villa hostel, is a good place to meet locals. More about Mallorca in the LH Magazin iPad App (10/2015). Read more.
This round 14th-century fortress offers a breathtaking view of the harbor. More about Mallorca in the LH Magazin iPad App (10/2015). Read more.
The Swedish tourist association, STF, maintains simple mountain shelters for hikers in Ritsem and elsewhere in northern Sweden. More about Sweden in the LH Magazin iPad App (06/2015). Read more.
Welcome to our Lufthansa Lounge! Find the official foursquare list of all the Lufthansa Lounges at https://foursquare.com/lufthansa/list/lufthansa-lounges Read more.
Would you like Lufthansa to notify you about your current flight status, delays or cancellations? Then simply let us know your mobile phone number. Read more.
Welcome to Glasgow. The Tall Ship, the Willow Tearooms and St. Andrew's Cathedral are just a few of Glasgow’s attractions. Learn more about the biggest city in Scotland with Lufthansa’s City Guide! Read more.
In Frankfurt Airport you currently have the option of checking in your luggage at self-service baggage kiosks. You will find the baggage kiosks in Departure Hall B, counters 453-461. Read more.
Bienvenue à Montréal! The city's name is derived from the Mont Royal- a 233 meter high hill range. Want to learn more about Montreal? Take a look at Lufthansa’s Travel Guide! Read more.
The Seattle Space Needle was opened in 1962 for the Seattle World's Fair and is 184 m high. There is a lot more to discover in this city though - let yourself be guided by the Lufthansa Travel Guide! Read more.
From plane to piste: Shuttle buses departing from Terminal 2 will take ski fans to the best winter sports areas in Germany and Tyrol. LH passengers receive a 10 percent discount. Read more.
No matter whether you are travelling with a suitcase or your winter skis - we tell you how to best check in your baggage. Enjoy your flight! Read more.
Rio de Janeiro is the second biggest city of Brazil. The metropolis hast got 11,9 million inhabitants. Discover this breathtaking city with Lufthansa’s City Guide for Rio! Read more.