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Flensburg is the third largest city in Schleswig-Holstein region. It has more than 85,000 inhabitants. Flensburg got the Danish city rights in 1284 and passed from Denmark to Prussia in 1864. Its history is full of changes. The city is still characterized by the multi-cultural traditions. The northern 35-km-long shore of Flensburg Fjord belongs to Denmark, so there are German and Danish theatres and symphony orchestras in the city.

Flensburg was temporarily the second largest Danish port and had specialized in the rum import from the Danish West Indies. The unique German museum of rum is originated right here. The city in general is full of museums, for example there is the scientific museum, the harbor museum with possibility of ship journey, where the traditional yachtsmen and child shipyard provides the impressions of the maritime dominating history of the city.

The city’s centre is clean and luckily undestroyed during the War; it is the Old Town that invites the whole family. Flensburg serves as the shopping centre between Hamburg and Copenhagen. Of course, the maritime activities of Flensburg guests are completely on the first place.

There are 17 sailing clubs that offer sailing or surfing in one of the nicest sail districts of Europe. Beaches and sail harbours in a total of 150 km long are not only the aim of many thousands of tourists, but also a starting point of many significant regattas. 200 km of bicycle tracks surround the Flensburg Fjord.

In one of the oldest cultural regions of Europe the city of Flensburg has lain with its more than 400-year-old Danish history and there is a classic example of the co-habitation of the cultures, which has preserved in Flensburg till our days.

The sights of Flensburg and Schleswig.