The Strait of the Dreamboats, as the canal is also called, has many exciting attractions to offer. It's not just ships like small yachtsmen, big yachts, freighters and containers, crusaders and luxury liners that make it so interesting. The Kiel Canal, the busiest artificial shipping lane in the world, has much more to offer the visitor on its almost 100 kilometers from Brunsbüttel to Kiel. Walkers, walkers, joggers Cyclists and hikers love its canal side walks, where it can be excellently recovered side by side with international shipping. Imposing bridge buildings provide magnificent views over the wide canal region. Cozy restaurants and cafés with canal views invite you to stop in, relax and gain strength.
May 5, 2017
A very nice way on the canal bank with great views of the canal.
It is still considered the most used artificial sea shipping route in the world, even if it is over 100 years old. The Kiel Canal, which saves commercial and sports ships the arduous detour via Skagen, is far from getting old. On the contrary: on its almost 100 kilometers, it has more attractions than ever.Strollers and cyclists, joggers and walkers have long since discovered their canal side paths. Petrijünger rave about its abundance of fish throughout the year. Technology enthusiasts can not get enough of high bridges and locks, ferries and tunnels. Those interested in cultural history immerse themselves in contemplative canal communities, stately manor houses and impressive mansions.
And again and again this fascination, when huge container ships, luxurious crusaders and wanderlusting dream ships pass this fascinating waterway ....
November 4, 2018
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