Flensburg is situated on the northernmost town on the German mainland, right at the Danish border, and makes a nice stop on your way to or from Scandinavia. Flensburg is a pleasant harbourtown of more than 700 years and about 85.000 inhabitants. The heart of the city or Altstadt is especially attractive. The pedestrian zone is about 1000m long and offers lots of shopping facilities and cafés, restaurants and beautiful facades. Have a closer look at the beautifully renovated yards to the left and right of the pedestrian zone.

Flensburg's surrondings are lush and green, with quiet beaches and lots of possibilities for water sports (sailing is especially popular).

Flensburg´s younger neighbourhoods have grown around the historic city centre, and there is a different atmosphere in each of them. Solitüde is the most north-eastern district near the firth, while Ostseebad on the north-western side of the firth almost reaches Wassersleben at the Danish border.

Eating out At Flensberg

Flensburg offers a variety of restaurants that serves cuisines that range from regional as well as international. You won't find anything really exotic though. If it's not German, it's probably Italian, Greek or Yugoslavian.

Taverne Nafplion
Address Süderfischer Straße 3/ 24937 Flensburg
tel 0461-22539

Address Holm 17/ 24937 Flensburg
Tel 0461-23385

Café Restaurant Bellevue
address Am Gastseglerhafen/ 24937 Flensburg
tel 0461-180740

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