Segeberg District Offers Both Fast Lane And Slow Road

Landlocked in central Schleswig-Holstein in northern Germany, the Segeberg District sits close to the busy city of Hamburg. This mainly agricultural area is home to a vast number of the state’s famous cows as well as plenty of open farmland and small villages.

Segeberg District Map

Map of the Segeberg District

Towns & Villages in the Segeberg District

  • Alveslohe
  • Armstedt
  • Bad Bramstedt
  • Bad Segeberg
  • Bahrenhof
  • Bark
  • Bebensee
  • Birmöhlen
  • Blunk
  • Boostedt
  • Bornhöved
  • Borstel (Neumünster)
  • Buchholz (Forstg.)
  • Bühnsdorf
  • Daldorf
  • Damsdorf (Segeberg)
  • Dreggers
  • Ellerau
  • Fahrenkrug
  • Föhrden-Barl
  • Fredesdorf
  • Fuhlendorf (Wiem.)
  • Geschendorf
  • Glasau
  • Gönnebek
  • Groß Kummerfeld
  • Groß Niendorf
  • Groß Rönnau
  • Großenaspe
  • Hagen
  • Hardebek
  • Hartenholm
  • Hasenkrug
  • Hasenmoor
  • Heidmoor
  • Heidmühlen
  • Henstedt-Ulzburg
  • Hitzhusen
  • Högersdorf
  • Hüttblek
  • Itzstedt
  • Kaltenkirchen
  • Kattendorf
  • Kayhude
  • Kisdorf
  • Klein Gladebrügge
  • Klein Rönnau
  • Krems II
  • Kükels
  • Latendorf
  • Leezen
  • Lentföhrden
  • Mönkloh
  • Mözen
  • Nahe
  • Negernbötel
  • Nehms
  • Neuengörs
  • Neversdorf
  • Norderstedt
  • Nützen
  • Oering
  • Oersdorf
  • Pronstorf
  • Rickling
  • Rohlstorf
  • Schackendorf
  • Schieren
  • Schmalensee
  • Schmalfeld
  • Schwissel
  • Seedorf
  • Seth
  • Sievershütten
  • Stipsdorf
  • Stocksee
  • Strukdorf
  • Struvenhütten
  • Stuvenborn
  • Sülfeld
  • Tarbek
  • Tensfeld
  • Todesfelde
  • Trappenkamp
  • Travenhorst
  • Traventhal
  • Wahlstedt
  • Wakendorf I
  • Wakendorf II
  • Weddelbrook
  • Weede
  • Wensin
  • Westerrade
  • Wiemersdorf
  • Winsen (Neumünster)
  • Wittenborn (Segeb.)

The district capital of Bad Segeberg is a place worthy of a cultural visit. It is nationally famous as the location of one of the largest Karl-May-Festivals in the country. This German writer is acclaimed across the nation, and many of his productions are staged in the large amphitheater in the town center.

Many of the southern towns in the Segeberg District are actually suburbs of Hamburg itself — several are linked by the underground system there. All are very highly populated.

However, most of the northern towns are more rural and relaxed. For example, Bad Bramstedt is a well known spa for the treatment of rheumatism — so take time out here, and enjoy! :-)

 

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