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  1. DB Regio Schleswig-Holstein planned a hike.

    July 15, 2019

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    2.90 mi
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    1. DB Regio Schleswig-Holstein

      Since 1802 Travemünde carries the additional title "Ostseebad". The former fishing and Schifferstädtchen became a top address for bathers, but Travemünde has not lost its charm. Let this walk convince you.Start of the tour is at the harbor station in Travemünde. The promenade, which leads you along the harbor, begins two streets ahead. Here you can watch a lot of ships and you might see a big liner that moored at the pier.The path continues along the harbor edge. After one and a half kilometers worth a detour to the oldest lighthouse in Germany. The Old Lighthouse was first mentioned in 1330 in a document. If you climb the 142 steps, you have a wonderful view over Travemünde, the Bay of Lübeck and Mecklenburg.You keep walking along the water until the trail ends. Now you stand on the Nordermole with a magnificent view of the Baltic Sea. You walk back to the mainland and can already see the long sandy beach to your right. So shoes off and feet in the sand. On your way to the pier you can find a place for a swim break. Before you get back on the train in Travemünde beach, it's worth taking a break in one of the numerous fish restaurants.Arrival and departure: The train stations in Travemünde can be reached by trains from DB Regio Schleswig-Holstein from Lübeck.

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      • July 15, 2019

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      Harbor, lighthouse, beach? Check! This good 13 km long tour offers you a lot of Baltic idyll, peppered with enjoyable breaks - because sea air is known to make you hungry. Start of the short hike is at the train station in Neustadt in Holstein. Only a short distance away is the harbor, a perfect start to your day out to the sea.On the waterfront, you continue on the Lower Jungfernsteig, on the wayside you can discover some works of art. Not far, then you have the Baltic Sea and the beach with the promenade in front of you. You need a cool down? Then off to the cool water. From now on it says: Always along the beach. On the way you will find numerous cafes and restaurants for a refreshment.After six kilometers you can already see the nearly 20 meter high lighthouse in Pelzerhaken. The coast makes a bend, behind which extends the sandy beach of Pelzerhaken. Unlike many other seaside resorts, it still looks quite original. Especially kite- and windsurfers find ideal conditions in the shallow water with sandbanks. The beach is the only one on the Bay of Lübeck with south exposure and therefore ideal for sunbathing.On your way back, you can treat yourself to a slice of cake in Café Südstrand. If you are looking for a hearty hunger, you will find it in Klüvers Brauhaus - just a stone's throw from the train station.Arrival and departure: Neustadt in Holstein can be reached by trains from DB Regio Schleswig-Holstein from Lübeck and Puttgarden.

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      • July 15, 2019

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      The city of Lübeck is surrounded by the Trave and the Elbe-Lübeck Canal like an island. While in the center the shopping streets are animated by residents and guests, you will find a beautiful, natural walking route all around - in the middle of the city.Let's start the seven-kilometer tour at the train station in Lübeck. From there you cross the moat and walk to the famous Holstentor - the landmark of the Hanseatic city. You see the Trave flowing in front of you, cross the bridge and continue walking in the direction of the river.You follow the riverbank, make a detour to the cathedral and walk past the mill pond. If you hit the riverbank again, you're standing on the Elbe-Lübeck-Canal. It represents a connection for inland navigation between the Elbe and the Baltic Sea. Passing the Kaisertor and over the Prahlswall, you continue along the canal bank and enjoy the idyllic waterfront to the fullest.After just under five kilometers you reach the castle gate and shortly thereafter again the well-known Trave. You continue on the Untertrave, cross a bridge again and shortly before the end of the tour you pass the museum harbor. Before you go back to the station, it is worth a detour to the city center. If only to snack on some marzipan.Arrival and departure: After Lübeck you come by train from Hamburg, Kiel, Lüneburg or Puttgarden.

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      • July 11, 2019

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      From pier to pier. This good seven-kilometer walk brings you from Scharbeutz to Timmendorfer Strand - almost exclusively along the Baltic Sea. Start is at the train station in Scharbeutz.You walk through the village, make a short run through the park and you can see the water in front of you. For the all-round sea feeling worth the 220-meter walk to the top of the pier. Back on land you are heading for Timmendorfer Strand.You stroll along the coast and can take bathing breaks as the mood takes you. The sandy beach accompanies you the whole time. If the seawater is still too cold for you, you can indulge yourself in Timmendorfer Strand in the Baltic Sea spa. Right at the entrance you run past it.Soon you will see the next pier in front of you. With its 275 meters, it takes you a little further into the sea. Left and right of the pier, you can find a place for your towel or you rent a beach chair. At the end of the day you come through the park to the train station in Timmendorfer Strand.Arrival and departure: Scharbeutz and Timmendorfer Strand can be reached by trains from DB Regio Schleswig-Holstein from the direction of Puttgarden and Lübeck.

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      • July 11, 2019

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      Although only 800 meters from the mainland, Fehmarn has a relaxed island atmosphere. As soon as you drive over the Fehmarnsund Bridge, you leave the stress of everyday life behind. A long walk on the beach makes the short-stay day perfect.Start of the route is at the station in Puttgarden. From the ferry port you can watch the big ferries that travel to Denmark several times a day. You leave the place to the west and dive into the Baltic Sea beach idyll. After about three kilometers you enter the nature reserve "Grüner Brink". Already since 1938 this 2.5 kilometers long and up to 180 meters wide strip of land is under protection. The area serves as a breeding ground for a number of rare waterfowl.Arriving at the Niobe monument, which commemorates the misfortune of the 1932 sunk training ship of the Imperial Navy, you turn around and walk back through a narrow coastal forest. East of the "Green Brink" you can sit on the beach in a café, watch the kite surfers and jump into the floods.Arrival and departure: You can reach Puttgarden by train from DB Regio Schleswig-Holstein from Lübeck.

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      • July 11, 2019

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      This walk is perfect for a bit of exercise before a relaxing beach day. Stroll through the picturesque seaside village of Eckernförde and let your gaze wander over the bay. Start of the good three-kilometer round is at the station.From there you go through the beautiful streets north towards the harbor. Once there, you walk along the quay to the lighthouse. Depending on the time of day you see the fishermen catching their catch. Previously, the port served primarily the grain and fertilizer envelope. Today marinas with sailing and motor yachts dominate the picture.The path leads you on the beach promenade. On the way you will come to beautiful cafes and the tourist information. A detour through the park with its sculptures is still worthwhile, before you finally strip off the shoes and run through the sand towards the pier. You really want to jump into the water now? What are you waiting for!On the way from the beach back to the station, you can treat yourself to a fish sandwich at "Fischzeit" in Kieler Straße. It's part of it somehow.Arrival and departure: You reach Eckernförde with the trains of the DB Regio Schleswig-Holstein from Flensburg and Kiel.

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      • July 10, 2019

  2. DB Regio Schleswig-Holstein planned a hike.

    July 10, 2019

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      Westerland on Sylt is known for its miles of sandy beaches, the fish restaurants Gosch and the band Die Ärzte. The main town of Sylt is also a great starting point for various tours across the largest of the North Frisian island. Start of this 16-kilometer round is at the station.You go directly to the beach and stroll along the promenade to the south. Not far, then you reach the so-called Himmelsleiter, the highest beach staircase on the island. If you fancy climbing stairs: from the top you have a great view over the coast.On the fine sand you walk on to the beach oasis. Here you have earned your first break - authentic in a beach chair. Then you continue for a while on the beach, until you turn left into the dunes and get to Rantumbecken. A round around the pool with its beautiful water landscape and variety of birds is almost a must for a Sylt visit. Let the wind blow around your nose and enjoy the peace and idyll. About Tinnum you walk back to Westerland, where you will find a large selection of restaurants and cafes for a successful island conclusion.Arrival and departure: You reach Westerland with the trains of the DB Regio Schleswig-Holstein from Hamburg.

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      • July 10, 2019

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      You get off the train in Bad St. Peter south and can already smell the salty air - time for a break on the North Sea. St. Peter-Ording is the most popular seaside resort in Schleswig-Holstein. Reason enough to get to know the place better during a walk. The sea can wait a bit, because St. Peter-Ording has more to offer than its miles of sandy beach.From the train station you walk to Bad St. Peter Dorf. This idyllic district offers a relaxed counterpart to the bustling beach promenade. In the district is also the West Coast Park with the Robbarium, the largest seal of the North Sea filled with pure North Sea water. Here you can experience feedings twice a day and in addition to seals also many other animals see, from marabou to Somaliaschafen.After the animal break it is time for the sea. Once at the water, the path leads you through the beautiful dune landscape, then on the beach promenade and finally along the salt marsh. In the distance you can already see the stilt houses of St. Peter Ording, which also includes the beach bar 54 ° North. From now on beach time applies. Enough sun and North Sea air? The nearest station Bad St. Peter-Ording is the fastest way on the beach path.Arrival and departure: Bad St. Peter-Ording and Bad St. Peter Süd can be reached by trains from DB Regio Schleswig-Holstein from Husum.

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      • July 10, 2019

  4. DB Regio Schleswig-Holstein planned a bike ride.

    July 3, 2019

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      Typical for Schleswig-Holstein are the mudflats, the dikes and the sheep. In the interior of the most northerly state, you can expect a lot of dense forests and lush meadows. For example, on this 45-kilometer bike ride from Neumünster.From the train station you cycle through the city forest and past the airfield into the green. The path leads you through several idyllic villages, over small rivers and through a beautiful nature. Altitude difference you have to master hardly, so it is particularly relaxed.After 26 kilometers, take a break at the farm museum "Dat ole Hus". In the thatched house you can see how people used to live in the area. From the museum café smell the freshly baked waffles, especially delicious with red porridge and cream.Well-fortified, it continues through the forests of the north. After 40 kilometers, the trail leads you past the animal park Neumünster. Here you can observe more than 100 animal species, from alpaca to dwarf otters. Through the city forest, it is then not far, until you reach the station again.Arrival and departure: Neumünster is centrally located in Schleswig-Holstein and can be easily reached with the trains of the DB Regio Schleswig-Holstein from Hamburg, Kiel and Flensburg.

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      • July 4, 2019

  5. DB Regio Schleswig-Holstein planned a bike ride.

    July 3, 2019

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      On this nearly 50-kilometer bike tour you discover the beautiful inland of Schleswig-Holstein with its lakes, forests and hills. Start of the tour is at the train station in Neustadt. Along the harbor you cycle over a narrow bridge out of the city into nature.You continue through the idyllic villages and into the hilly landscape of Holstein Switzerland. After about 15 kilometers you will see the glittering waters of the Great Eutin Lake. The path leads you right along the shore, several nice rest areas invite you to take a break.A particularly beautiful rest you can insert after 20 kilometers in the Eutiner castle - including historical treasures, English garden art and tasty castle kitchen. If you have time left, make a round through the beautiful old town before continuing on the lakeshore and out of the city.The path now rises slightly, somewhere the name Holsteinische Schweiz has to come. After 34 kilometers, you can still make a short detour to Gömnitzer tower and enjoy a great view of the Bay of Lübeck from the lookout tower.Ready for a coffee break? Then the Palmencafé in Sierhagen is just right. In the palm house of the farm house you can enjoy homemade cakes and relax on the spacious terrace. To the starting point, you cycle almost downhill.Arrival and departure: Neustadt in Holstein you reach quite relaxed with the trains of the DB Regio Schleswig-Holstein from direction Puttgarden and Lübeck. Tip: Rent a bike directly in Neustadt.

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      • July 4, 2019

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