Unmissable tourist sites
Kiel Travel guide
Kiel : Michelin's recommendations
Founded in the 13C, the city of Kiel, because of its geographic location at the far west end of the canal linking the North Sea to the Baltic, has strong connections with navigation and maritime trade. Proud of its magnificent situation, the capital of Schleswig-Holstein is imbued with a joyful, refined atmosphere which gradually envelops visitors.
Tourist attractions Kiel : Things to see and do
D - 24103 Kiel
The town hall was built between 1907 and 1911, and is overlooked by a 106 m high tower. From the upper gallery one has a view over the entire harbour, as far as the Naval memorial in Laboe.
Wall 65 D - 24105 Kiel
The retired lighthouse marks the location of the German Maritime Museum. Housed beneath the large vaulted ceiling of the old fish market (1910), the exhibition includes navigation instruments, paintings, ship layouts, log books and an interesting col..
Hindenburgufer D - 24105 Kiel
This walk nearly 4 km long has been made along the harbour, and is bordered with shady parks. Hindenburg wharf offers extensive views over the harbour.
Conveniently located in the heart of Kiel, this hotel offers modern accommodation next to the Schwedenkai docks, the popular Holstenstraße shopping street and the Kiel Fjord. During your stay at the Hotel am Schwedenkai, you can look forward to a pe..
Schlossgarten 7 D - 24103 Kiel
Niemannsweg 102 D - 24105 Kiel
As the name suggests, the restaurant offers a magnificent view of the park. New chef Mathias Apelt has brought a breath of fresh air to the north with his Mediterranean and regionally influenced cuisine.
Hindenburgufer 70 D - 24105 Kiel
Holtenauer Str. 200 D - 24105 Kiel
This attractive, friendly restaurant is a blend of brasserie and wine bar that offers modern cooking. Daily specials are shown at the tables. Wine is sold.