Take advantage of the tourist potential that the submarine gondola offers you as a unique international innovation. A device that allows 24 visitors or more at the same time to make a diving trip without getting their feet wet and without any background knowledge at all. The deck of the visitors' chamber now lies 3.5 metres below the surface of the sea and therefore around one metre above the seabed. The machine deck remains above water.
Experience a modern and unique facility in which the crew can provide you an introduction to the various different topics; for example the habitat of the underwater world, its particularities and its inhabitants.
The submarine gondola combines a variety of possibilities for use from the fields of science, tourism, leisure and family. It can be used for presentation of and acquaintance with the local underwater world for tourists, guests and local inhabitants, as an exhibition area for objects from the local underwater area and equally for biology teaching and other educational workshops, for observation of the underwater flora and fauna for research purposes as for special leisure activities for children and adolescents in working groups or for seminars, receptions, school trips or weddings ...
Anything is possible!
Adults 7.00 € / children of between 2 and 14 years of age 4.00 €
Admission tickets are valid all day – group prices on request
Feeding times/summer: 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Meeting point always at feeding of the seals, duration approx. 40 minutes
11.10 a.m. to 11.45 a.m. coatis, Bennet's wallabies, ferrets, Bactrian camels
Combine your holiday or excursion with a visit to the legendary U-11 in Burgstaaken harbour on the island of Fehmarn. Those who have only seen submarines on television up to now will not believe their eyes. A simply magnificent sight awaits you here.
Tour the inside of the submarine and feel like a real member of the former crew. Looking through the real periscope and trying out the narrow crew's bunks are particularly popular. The submarine will generally cast a spell on technology enthusiasts with its original torpedo tubes or the impressive engine room.
Admission to the Baltic Sea submarine entitles you to visit the submarine in addition to the nearby museum which provides interesting facts about the German submarine fleet in the post-war period. Dive into the world of the Baltic Sea submarine on the following pages.
Holstein cottage ham is a typical North German speciality. Its hallmark: mild, tender and not too salty. In Schleswig-Holstein, it is still made in the traditional way, in ancient thatched cottages, the smokehouses. In some of them, you can take a look over the ham maker's shoulder.
The place of exile of the merry monks of Lübeck. A destination of believers from the Middle Ages up to the present day.
A monastery festival is organised on the 2nd weekend in August every year.
140 craftspeople and artists present their wares in vintage clothing. All the artists make whatever is offered for sale themselves and actively work on the products at their stalls. A large number of stall operators provide for wellbeing and entertainment with music and fireworks.
During the summer half-year:
Guided tours around the monastery grounds and church
(with altar), approx. 1 hour:
Wednesdays and Saturdays 5 p.m.
(special guided tours for groups by arrangement
Tel. and fax 04366/1288
The popular ZDF series "Coastguard" has been filmed in Neustadt/Baltic Sea for more than 10 years now. Just like the "proper" coastguard, Neustadt cannot be imagined without the crew of the Albatros 2 either.
One of the popular sequences was filmed in the Carat Hotel.
From the beginning of June to the end of August, the coastguard studio in Neustadt are offering a view of the original film backdrop.
Visitors will then be able to stand on the bridge like the captain, browse through the props and scripts, or take a look at the radio room, in the cabins and the galley. Maritime Action is also showing current photos and unpublished film sequences. Representatives of the Küstenwache e. V. fan club have a whole load of exciting stories to tell about the set and the actors ...
The first circus museum in Germany is located on two floors over 316 ² in a former town house in Preetz. A unique collection of images, placards, costumes, props and circus models can be marvelled at and experienced in 22 departments.
Probably the most unusual museum in the world is located in Sierksdorf by the Baltic Sea.
The artist Bernhard Stellmacher has collected together in his museum bananas in every conceivable configuration.
Lübeck's port on the Baltic Sea – Travemünde – is home to one of the most beautiful sailing ships in the country, the four-mast bark "Passat".
The Travemünde Week is the world's second largest sailing event and attracts some 3000 sailors in July every year. The sporting event by the Baltic Sea is accompanied by a folk festival on the land side for which hundreds of thousands of people flock to Travemünde.
Be sure not to miss an excursion to Denmark with a small boat or even a large ship. During the cruise to Denmark, you can enjoy the crossing in the fine restaurants and shop in the duty-free store.
It is the fascination of the moment - and lasts 2 days and 2 nights:
Thoroughly indulge yourself and let yourself be amazed time and again. The largest cruise ships with a car deck invite you to first-class experiences on the Kiel-Oslo-Kiel route. Look forward to a cruise as the epitome of a short break that offers you everything in terms of comfort and pleasure. Discover and experience the world of Color Line!