The charming port town of Flensburg is situated on the Baltic Sea at the northernmost tip of the Flensburg Fjord in the Schleswig-Holstein state of Germany, around 90 kilometers northwest of Kiel and 150 kilometers from Lübeck. Founded in the early 13th century, it was once an important trading and fishing centre, thanks to its location on the trade routes from Holstein to North Jutland and from North Frisia to Angeln. Also of interest, it lies quite close to the border of Denmark and boasts a strong Danish cultural influence.


Today, Flensburg is a popular destination for seafaring travelers, thanks in part to its excellent marinas and historic port, which is home to a number of magnificent traditional sailing vessels and leads to a wonderful museum. Also of note, adventuresome visitors will enjoy the pristine beaches and the wide variety of water sports in Flensburg, including sailing, surfing, fishing and diving.

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Baltic Sea
German Baltic Sea
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