You will sail through the world’s busiest artificial waterway. The Kiel Canal, some one hundred kilometres in length, links the North Sea to the Baltic, via the Jutland Peninsula. Discover the port town of Kiel, where a number of historical monuments are visible around the agglomeration. One of the highlights is a visit to the Protestant church of Saint Nicolas, a very beautiful gothic-style building. Further on, in a bourgeois manor from the 17th Century, the town’s museum will tell you more about the history of Kiel. Then you will be able to take a stroll along the shores of the Kleine Kiel (Small Kiel), a haven of greenery and an ideal walk for nature lovers.