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Where to stay in Flensburg

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Germany’s northernmost settlement just moments from the Danish border, the pretty port town of Flensburg sits at the innermost tip of the rippling Flensburg Fjord. Whilst most famous for its alluringly fresh brand of beer, the town also brims with museums detailing its centuries-old past - from the herring fishing days of the Middle Ages, to its booming rum-soaked 18th century. Hosting community events and sailing regattas, the harbour is the town’s centrepiece, whilst the surrounding fjordside scenery offers picturesque trails for hikers and bikers alike.

Things to see

Situated within a merchant’s yard right on the docks, Flensburg Maritime Museum details the town’s seafaring history. Occupying a former customs storehouse, you’ll see model ships and navigational equipment, as well as the town’s rum museum in the basement. The Naval Academy at Murwik is the primary training hub for Germany’s Naval officers. Overlooking the town’s eastern shore, its nicknamed ‘red castle’ for its imposingly Gothic redbrick architecture. Nearby, those seeking tranquillity will find it in picture perfect style at the aptly named Solitude Beach. With its cool calm waters and gentle Baltic Sea breeze, it’s a popular spot to swim or sunbathe come summer. For a tantalizing taste of Flensburg’s beer heritage, take a tour of the old Flensburger Brewery. Producing ‘Flens’ since 1888, the bustling plant is still supplied by an underground water well, fed by Scandinavian Ice Age water.

Hotels in Flensburg

Whatever your needs or budget, the modest selection of hotels in Flensburg come comfortably equipped for most visitors. The majority of them sit in and around the town centre, and range from homely locally-run guesthouses, to upscale accommodation overlooking the gentle harbour waters. Most of them feature the convenience of on-site restaurants, bar lounges, and business amenities, whilst in-room you can expect internet access, cable television, and occasionally minibars too. Although most hotels in Flensburg are quite affordable anyway, those looking for an even thriftier stay can opt for cheap and cheerful hostel accommodation instead.

Where to stay

A hotel in Flensburg’s centre puts you beside the best attractions, from the cobbled old town with its Gothic church spires and old merchant’s abodes, to the romantic harbour with its souvenir shops and seafood restaurants – many of which overlook the water. Whilst Flensburg boasts a myriad of museums covering everything from local heritage to science, shopping is also one of the town’s biggest lures. Splicing through Flensburg’s heart you’ll find Holm, a pedestrianized thoroughfare laden with small shops, as well as the glossy Holmpassage mall, and nearby, the Flensburg Galerie mall too.

How to get to Flensburg

Whilst Flensburg Schaferhaus Airport sits just out of town it doesn’t provide any scheduled flights, so most visitor’s jet to Sonderborg Airport or Hamburg Airport instead – situated around 50 and 150 kilometres away respectively. Denmark’s Sonderborg provides scheduled links to Copenhagen, whilst Hamburg Airport serves cities throughout Europe, as well as destinations in the United States, the Middle East, and North Africa. If you’re landing at Hamburg you can take a train from the city to Flensburg’s railway station, which is also easily reachable from other hubs in Germany too. For those driving to Flensburg, the town sits just off the A7/E45.