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Cheap flights to Schleswig-Holstein

Schleswig-Holstein is one of the sixteen states of Germany, located in the northernmost part of the country. The region comprises of most of the historical Duchy of Holstein and the southern part of the former Duchy of Schleswig. The most notable cities in Schleswig-Holstein are Lübeck, Flensburg and Neumünster, and of course the capital city, Kiel.

What to see & do

Hansa-Park - Hansa-Park, originally Hansaland but renamed in 1987, is a seasonal amusement park located in Sierksdorf. It covers 113 square kilometres and is divided into eleven different themed areas, including Abenteuerland (Adventure Land), Piratenland (Pirate Land), Alter Jahrmarkt (Medieval Fair), and Westernstadt (Western Town) – each featuring rides related to its respective theme. There are over 125 attractions featured in Hansa-Park, including roller coasters, water rides, a drop tower, a carousel, various children's rides, and panorama rides, as well as a variety show, a children's theatre, an open-air theatre, 4D Movies, a laser light show, a parade, and more.

Lübeck Museum of Theatre Puppets - TheaterFigurenMuseum Lübeck is a museum of international puppetry located in the Hanseatic City of Lübeck, the second largest city in Schleswig-Holstein. The museum is privately owned by Fritz Fey Jr, a collector of anything related to the history of puppeteering in Germany and internationally. A part of his collection is exhibited in the museum hidden in the narrow street called Kolk. The museum, comprising of five medieval brick houses, displays exhibits from three centuries and three continents, namely Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Holstentor - Holsten Gate is a Brick Gothic construction and city gate that marks off the western boundary of the city's old centre. It is one of the relics of Lübeck's medieval city fortifications. It has been protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987.

Hedeby Viking Museum - The Hedeby Viking Museum is a museum dedicated to the Viking Age history of Schleswig-Holstein. It houses artefacts discovered during the archaeological research near the site of Hedeby, a formal medieval city. The museum also exhibits reconstructions of several Viking Age dwellings and ships.

Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park - Nationalpark Schleswig-Holsteinisches Wattenmeer is a national park founded on October 1, 1985. It extends from the German-Danish maritime border in the north down to the Elbe estuary in the south, covering a total area of 4410 square kilometres. It is the largest national park in Germany.

How to get around within Schleswig-Holstein

Schleswig-Holstein is served by an extensive public transportation service comprised primarily of trains and buses. Taxi service is also available, but can be quite pricey. The capital, Kiel, is good for bicycles because most of the city is very flat. Bicycle rental agencies can be found all over the city. Some parts of Schleswig-Holstein are better explored on foot, especially in Lübeck where many of the attractions are within walking distance.

How to get there

The nearest international airport is Flughafen Hamburg, or Hamburg Airport, located in Hamburg. The airport receives plenty of flights from international locations, primarily other European cities like Athens, Dublin, Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Munich, Vienna, Paris, Amsterdam, Birmingham, Geneva, Barcelona, Cologne, Milan, Nice, Rome, Lisbon, and London. Airlines that provide the most connections with Hamburg Airport are Air Berlin, easyJet, Germania, Germanwings, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Scandinavian Airlines, and TUlfly.

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