Flensburg is situated in the north of the German state Schleswig-Holstein, on the German-Danish border. It is a relaxed, hilly town where every street provides a different, amazing view of sailing boats on the narrow inlet. Flensburg, with its historical old quarter and buildings with lovely façades also has plenty of cultural attractions, many which reflect its Danish heritage.

Flensburg is known for its excellent sailing and surfing areas along the 35-kilometre-long Flensburg Firth. The Firth lies before the gates of the city and is one of Europe’s most beautiful watersports areas, with alternating marinas and beaches.

Things to See & Do

* Old quarter
* Flensburg Firth
* Murwiker Wasserturm – Observation deck
* Glucksburg Spa
* Duburg – historic site

General information

Cruise Season – Feb - Dec
Currency - Euro (€) (EUR
Language - German
Land Area – 56.38 km’s
Population – 88,000
Electricity – 2 round pins European style
Time - GMT plus one hour
International Country Telephone Code + 49

Port Location – The port is located in the centre of Flensburg, within walking distance of the town.

Transport Links - Buses or trains are available for travel to Flensburg from Hamburg airport.

Hire cars, taxis and bicycles are available to get around Flensburg.

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