Located between the North Sea and Baltic Sea, the maritime feel is never far away in Schleswig-Holstein. Joins us on a trip around the most northerly German state.
People crossing into Denmark from Germany will now be greeted with the sight of armed soldiers. And a new European Union proposal means border controls could be extended.
This state is all about the seas - the Baltic and the North Sea - and you'll find a maritime influence all over. The fabulous beaches, islands and port towns are reason enough to visit Schleswig-Holstein.
Germany from above: The 98 km long Kiel Canal connects the River Elbe and the Baltic Sea in Schleswig-Holstein.
Travel destinations are Munich, Heringsdorf, the Rhön mountains and Lübeck.
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