Most people arrive here by car. Flensburg is situated at the border of Germany and Denmark, beside the motorway ( in Denmark) leading to Hamburg in the south and to Kolding and further north in Denmark. There are bus and train connections both from Denmark and Hamburg.
Flensburg offers a nice shopping district with old houses and gardens as well as a variety of museums and churches. The harbour is the hosting place for sailing regatta and events.
Museumsberg Flensburg - a museum on a hill in the center of Flensburg exhibiting local history artefacts and art by not only local artists. – Entry: 6,- €, Children under 18 years: entry is free (2011). On Mondays it is closed, otherwise open from 10 - 5.
Naturwissenschaftliches Museum und Eiszeit-Haus(Science Museum and Ice-Age House) - located on the museum hill next to the other museum, same opening times. – Entry: 6,- €, Children under 18 years: entry is free. Museumsberg 1, Tel.: +49 (0)461 / 85 - 25 04.
Eiszeit-Haus – Open: Mittwoch and Sonntag 10.30 - 16.00 h, entry is free. Mühlenstraße 5 - 7
Phänomenta- an interactive science museum, where you can try experiments on you own, especially interesting for families and children and anybody interested in science. Prices vary from 9,50€ for adults to 7€ for youth and 2€ for children. Opening times on weekdays are 9-5 (October to May) and 10-6 (July to September) and 11-6 on weekends.
Museumswerft (Shipyard museum)-this museum shows and builds old ships and boats and offers courses for children, teenagers and adults. Free entry, open from 8-5 (weekdays) and 10-5 (weekends), tours can be given when informed in advance. It is located directly on the harbour.
Lots of people arrive in Flensburg from Denmark and the other Nordic countries for shopping. In addition to the numerous small shops along the pedestrian street Holm (Danish: Holmen) and Große Straße and the new shopping mall Flensburg Galerie with 80 shops in the city there's a shopping centre some 2 km south of the city, Fördepark as well as Poetsch at Kupfermühle near the Danish border. Other shopping centres are Scandinavien Park and Citti Park.
The Scandinavian Park is conveniently located right off the northernmost exit of A7 motorway in Germany. Due to its location and tourists visiting it is allowed to open all week long and attracts locals from both sides of the border, who go there for a Sunday grocery run. Price differences between Denmark and Germany may make a certain item a bargain for Danish people but it might be expensive for Germans.
Goldene Lilie, Angelburger Straße 10-16 (opposite of the side entrance of the Fensburg Galerie), ☎ +49 461/26294 (fax: (o461/1505443)), . 11:30am-3pm and 5:30pm-11pm. A Chinese restaurant offering a tasty buffet and a good menu.edit
Pazific, Ochsenweg 39 (located in Weiche, a district in Flensburg). Another Chinese restaurant offering a menu and a 'normal' buffet as well as a Mongolian buffet where you can compose your own meal out of different kinds of rare meat, fish, clams, vegetables and sauces. Your choice is then fried before your eyes by a cook. Very friendly service.edit
Galerie, Holm 66 (located in a garden, opposite the Holm). A restaurant offering a variety of pizza and pasta, non-vegetarian and vegetarian food.edit
Landhaus Eric, Glücksburger Straße 177 (The hotel is situated about 2 km northeast of the city centre. There are signs showing the way to the hotel.), ☎ +49 461 64895 (email@example.com, fax: +49 461 63000), . edit
Backpacker's Inn, Schleswiger Straße 10, ☎ +49 461 90 90 833 (firstname.lastname@example.org, fax: +49 4619090834), . checkin: 4pm-9pm; checkout: till 12pm. between 16 and 30€ per person per night. edit
Gästehaus Seewarte, Mürwikerstrasse 164, 24944 Flensburg, ☎ 0461 35 0 25, . checkin: 14-21; checkout: 7-12. Inexpensive hotel outside the city center. Not without reason sometimes compared to British comedy "Fawlty Towers", but the staff is very kind and helpful. No credit cards accepted€35-50. edit