Top things to do in Flensburg

Top Choice Historic Building in Flensburg


Some of the prettiest Kaufmannshöfe (merchants' courtyards) can be found off the very picturesque Rote Strasse, which is up from the harbour by the Rathaus. While here, you can buy rum in drinkable and edible forms …
Top Choice Street in Flensburg


Once a notorious thoroughfare known by sailors for its brothels, cobblestoned Oluf-Samson-Gang has been transformed into one of the prettiest streets in town. Its colourful facades have been repainted and a number o…
Top Choice Bakery in Flensburg

Migge's Danish Bakery

Flensburg's best bakery serves up flaky Danish pastries straight out of the oven. The Wienerbrot with cinnamon is delicious, but then so is everything here. They've a few tables outside if you want to make a breakfa…
Top Choice German in Flensburg

Weinstube im Krusehof

Wander through the covered passage built from old ship timbers into a courtyard of goodness at this wine restaurant in the old town. Greeted by the irrepressible Steffi, loyal regulars enjoy a fine selection of Germ…
Beer Garden in Flensburg

Beach Club Flensburg

Flensburg may not have a beach worthy of the name, but this cutesy outdoor bar has lounge chairs and even a handful of classically German Strandkorb (roofed wicker beach chairs). Beer, wine, cocktails and fine weath…
Drinks in Flensburg


Rum sold from the Braasch distillery, one of few still operating in town, can be tasted and bought at this tiny store on the main pedestrian thoroughfare.
Seafood in Flensburg

Gosch Sylt

Part of a nationwide chain with its origins on the chichi island of Sylt, this wildly popular place is loved as much for its location (right by the water) as for the fishy pasta dishes and grilled fish. We also love…
Museum in Flensburg

Museumsberg Flensburg

This hilltop museum features two wings: one contains a collection of rooms and furniture from Schleswig-Holstein history, including a remarkably painted cembalo (early piano covered in murals). The second has excell…
Museum in Flensburg


An engrossing museum right on the old harbour. Displays here give the history of rum and the seafarers who shipped and drank it. Cool models show how ships were built before power tools. On the water, workshops demo…
German in Flensburg

Olli´s Weinlounge

With a much fresher outlook than the old-style German restaurants around town, red-walled Olli's does fine fish, homemade ravioli, Wiener schnitzel and Flammenkuchen (mini pizzas.