Every month we look at what is going on on this side of the Danish-German border. However, as well explained by the Sonderborg 2017 European Capital of Culture bid, there is a commonality between the two regions, and a need for all of us to work together if we want to succeed. So we decided to take a peek at some of the major events going on south of the border in August.
A good source of information for events going on in Schleswig-Holstein is the region’s own webpage. Although the website also has an English translation, we couldn’t find the events calendar in English. However, there are ample tools out there to help you translate the text and held you decided which events you want to travel for. This is what caught our eye:
Husum Harbour Days: Starting today, Husum is celebrating its connection to the sea with 5 days of activities around the harbour.
Busum kutterregatta: More sea-connected activities as shrimp boats compete for the ‘Blaue Band’ in this 2-day regatta (4-5 August)
Gottorf Castle celebrated its gardnes , especially the newly restored baroque ones on the 11th of August
Flensburg Nautics: Enjoy tall ships, gaff ships and yachts just across the border on the 17-19 August.
Lubeck Museum Night: Enjoy late night museum opening on the 25th of August (just after Sonderborg’s Culture night on the 24th)
So if you haven’t ventured south of the border during these holidays, what are your waiting for?