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Places of interest

Gigantic ferries to Scandinavia, cruise liners from all over the world, shopping malls, Baltic beaches and the cultural scene make the life worth living in the city centre of Kiel.
Through its unique location at Kiel Firth, the capital of Schleswig-Holstein is on the waterfront like no other Baltic metropolis.
  • Old Water Tower
  • Bootshafen
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Fördetower
  • Franciscan Monastery
  • Holstenplatz
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  • Ministry of Justice
  • State Parliament
  • Holtenau lighthouse
  • Laboe Naval Monument
  • Kiel Canal and locks
  • Pumping station
  • Town Hall
  • Castle and castle gardens
  • Schrevenpark
  • "Gorch Fock" school ship
  • St. Nikolai Church

Museum

  • Aquarium of the Oceanographic Institut
  • City Museum - Warleberger Hof
  • Maritime Museum
  • Kiel Art Hall
  • City Gallery Kiel
  • Zoological Museum
  • Botanical Garden

Shopping

As well as the major shopping centres such as Sophienhof and the Querpassage, Karstadt/Holstentörn and CITTI-Park, the city has many other attractive shopping districts. Holstenstraße for example, which isGermany's oldest pedestrianised street and links Holstentörn with the shopping district around the Old Market. The Old Market is also the starting point of Dänische Straße, one ofKiel's most exclusive shopping streets.

Holtenauer Straße, around 10 minutes by foot from the city centre, is also home to many independent shops, cafés and pubs.