Flensburg Event Tickets
Details of Flensburg and the Ticket Luck value
Flensburg is a beautiful historic city situated in the north of Schleswig-Holstein, just on the border of Demark and Germany. The famously independent town is known for its strong cultural heritage that has left it many museums, well preserved Old Town buildings such as Willy-Brandt-Platz, resourceful libraries, colorful theatre shows and as legend has it, a few 'lost' buildings that have intrigued the visitors more than anything else. The city has several yearly festivals, camping sessions and cultural programs as well as an exciting Christmas market. It is also home to SG Flensburg-Handewitt, the well-known German team handball club that plays in the German First League of Handball. Flensburg tickets are considered to be quite an opportunity among its visitors since they allow access to many of the city's events as well as its sites.
Flensburg is a particularly fascinating place for those with an eye for art and historicity since the town was founded around 1200 by Danish settlers, at the end of Flensburg Fjord, where they were shortly followed by German merchants. In less than a century, it emerged as one of the most significant towns in Duchy of Schleswig. By the sixteenth century Flensburg was considered to be a very affluent trading town of the Scandinavian regions, with the most active merchants who traded commodities such as sugar, whale oil and herring. Two centuries later, Flensburg continued to gain more economic importance due to the addition of rum trade. The prosperity resulting from such economic booms is reflected in the town's pleasing architecture.
The performing arts scene in Flensburg is best represented at the Stadttheater and Symphony Orchestra, Orpheus Theater, and the Danish theatre Det Lille Theater, among several others. The city has thirteen museums comprising of various collections from cultural and artistic history, ship building and shipping, plant and animal worlds, nature and technology, fishery, historical windmills, rum and yachts. These museums are namely Museumswerft, Museumshafen, Rummuseum, Schifffahrtsmuseum, Museumsberg, Bergmuhle, Gerichtshistorische Sammlung, Klassissche Yachten Flensburg, Fichereimuseum and Naturwissenschaftliches.
Flensburg has a reputation for its well-preserved Old Town that still holds many things from gone by centuries in good shape. The building book resulting from the Imperial times subjected the town to particle rebuilding but luckily, did so while still maintaining its structure. Though many old building were destroyed in the 1970s, the city still holds its Old Town in the valley's cradle. Among the most beautiful structures is the Twelfth century church called Johanniskirche, which is the city's oldest church; Marienkirche is an 1885 opulently decorated tower with high gothic additions; Nikolaikirche, the main gothic church with a renowned organ designed by Hinrich Ringeringk; Franziskanerkloster, ruins of a structure from 1263; the gate of Nordertor, which is considered to be a landmark; Heiliggeistkirche, the former chapel of Hospital zum Heiligen Geist, and many more. The city also has some huge parks such as Christiansenpark, Volkspark and Marienholzung. If you want to explore the abundant historic and cultural treasures of Flensburg then book Flensburg tickets.