Kiel(German: [kiːl] (listen)) is the capital and most populous city in the northern Germanstate of Schleswig-Holstein, with a population of 246,243 (2021). Kiel lies approximately 90 kilometres (56 mi) north of Hamburg. Due to its geographic location in the southeast of the Jutlandpeninsula on the southwestern shore of the Baltic Sea, Kiel has ...
Germany Kiel Some locals admit that Kiel, the capital of Schleswig-Holstein, has a city centre that's grottenhässlich (ugly as sin). And unfortunately it is true; it was obliterated during WWII by bombing raids on its U-boat pens and then rapidly rebuilt. Today, it is a series of charmless indoor malls linked by pedestrian bridges.
Kiel Guided Walking Tour Private and Luxury from $668.30 per group (up to 15) Surprise Walk of Kiel with a Local City Tours from $79.11 per adult Top Attractions in Kiel 1. Schifffahrtsmuseum 89 Speciality Museums By NewcastlePaula Really enjoyed the 1918 exhibition. Excellent guide to the exhibition in English. I learned a lot! Really nice cafe...
About Kiel Ahoy, Kiel! This Olympic city is a hub for international sailing events, including the renowned Kiel Week, held every June since 1882. Originally a Viking settlement, the city has caught up with the times, providing visitors with a plethora of dining, shopping and entertainment options.
Kiel Canal is the world's busiest man-made waterway and connects the city to the North Sea. The canalside path for pedestrians and cyclists is ideal for days out and for visiting restaurants that offer stunning views of the many ships that pass through the canal on their way into the big wide world.
Kiel, city, capital (1945) of Schleswig-Holstein Land (state), northern Germany. Kiel is a port on both sides of the Kiel Fjord, an inlet of the western Baltic Sea , and lies at the eastern end of the Kiel Canal .
The capital of Schleswig-Holstein, Kiel is a maritime city in the 17-kilometre Kiel Fjord. That is a huge natural harbour, just the spot for Germany’s Navy to dock its Baltic fleet. The city is also at the eastern lock of the busiest artificial waterway on the planet, the Kiel Canal, tying the North Sea to the Baltic.