City-Land-Sea. Kiel Fjord

    No other region combines these three terms better than the Kiel Fjord. Characterized by sailing boats, cruise ships, sandy beaches, meadows, forests, lakes, cultural diversity, manor houses and the maritime capital of Kiel.

    The sea, art and culture as well as lively shopping streets make Kiel a year-round city destination. Many international business companies also feel at home in the Schleswig-Holstein state capital on the Kiel Fjord. The city's most popular promenade is the Kiellinie with its interesting boathouses, the aquarium and the seal pool. Exciting harbor tours depart from the station bridge. Every year in June, the Kieler Woche, the world's largest sailing event, takes place in the Bay of Kiel.

    The old town begins just a few minutes' walk south of the Steigenberger Conti Hansa Hotel. This impresses with stately Wilhelminian-style buildings such as the opera house and the main railway station with the Kaiserportal. The Warleberger Hof, Kiel's last remaining aristocratic palace, dates from before 1864 and is now home to the city museum.

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