Sulingen Travel Guide

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Sulingen Things to Do

  • See a real Windmill

    If you'd like to see a genuine old windmill and get a personal guided tour, visit the one in Labbus, just outside the town. You'll receive a very friendly welcome from the Hansing family who speak fluent English and are always delighted to see visitors.

  • Alte Supertintendentur

    The “Alte Superintendentur” opposite the church, was the former living and working house of Sulingen´s priests and was transformed into a restaurant and a bar called the “Stadtschaenke during the 80ies. Occasionally there are sometimes music or theatre events.In the lovely garden is probably the towns nicest beer garden.

  • Sightseeing in Sulingen

    Sulingen is about 1000 years old but really old buildings are not to find anymore. In the early 18th century a fire destroyed nearly all the houses. The town was rebuilt according to the planning of Engineer Lt. Eden. He planned the buildings not that dense to each other like they had been before and arranged the streets east of the church...

  • Mühlenhofpark

    Its the oldest park in Sulingen and its nowdays a part of the walking route that connects the two lakes and the old town.In the middle of the park is a monument made by the local artist Robert Enders. The two hands reminding the visitor about the horrors of war. In the grass filed next to the hands are four stone plates telling the dates of the...

  • Stadtsee

    This artificial lake was built during the early 90ies. There is a walking path all around it, a small hill that offers a view upon the lake and the nearby fields. In the middle of the lake is an island with a small beach. The water quality is fine and swimming in summertime is no problem but on your own risk. Its a favourite pick nick and drinking...

  • Mühle am Meierdamm (Mill at Meierdamm)

    In 1682 the mill was built as part of the Meierdamm farmyard. At 1900 there was a small artificial lake around the mill that was used by the locals as a swimming pool until 1920.The large wheel was exchanged with a turbine in 1912.In 1952 the small river Sule was straightened out and the mill was shut down. During the excavation works a dugout...


Sulingen Restaurants

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    "Da Gennaro": Best Italian in Town

    by frockland Updated Sep 10, 2002

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    Original Italian cuisine, with a good variety of fish dishes!

    Favorite Dish: Try the "Vorspeisenplatte"! Its the best you can get for your money!

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Sulingen Nightlife

  • Rocking the Gremlin

    Since about 20 years this it the place to party! Different dance floors with different music styles and plenty of bars are waiting for party willing people. Its well known all over northern Germany. There are often special events and life acts or the famous *** ups events when drinks are dead cheap!

  • Opposite the Church

    The wine bistro "Alte Wache" is opposite the church located in a framework house. The variety of wines is impressing for Sulingen. The kitchen is also serving salads and local dishes. During lunch time special priced meals (Mittagstisch) are available.In summertime its possible to sit outside near the most lively road crossing.Opening hours are...

  • Drinking all night

    The “Schimmel” as the locals call this place, is a kind of an Irish pub style bar. The owner serves about 20 or more different whiskeys and plenty of different beers. On the menu are also quite eatable pasta and nice salads to find.Every few weeks blues music is performed on the small stage. Zum Amtsschimmel is opened everyday except on Mondays...


Sulingen Shopping

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    Ratsapotheke: Bullenschluck

    by frockland Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The place to buy this very special liqueur is the oldes Pharmacy in town.

    What to buy: Bullenschluck!
    Its a liqueur made of rum and herbs. Originally produced to cure animals and skindiseases the locals realized that the stuff is drinkable. It 42% Alcohol is now used to cure the hard drinking people of Sulingen.

    What to pay: 13 € for a bottle to wipe out your brain!


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Sulingen Off The Beaten Path

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    Kupperdorfer Heide

    by frockland Updated Oct 20, 2005

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    About 15 km south of Sulingen is the "Kuppendorfer Heide". Its a pretty nice spot to stroll around for an hour or two through the heath land. Its especially nice in August when its blooming everything is looking a bit pinkish.

    Be careful to the heath and stick to the tracks. First of all not do damage the plants and second there are very rare but poisonous snakes (although you must be very lucky to see one).

    On the small hill to the west is a topographic point called Franzosenstein (French stone). This place goes back to the time during the occupation of Napoleon’s army at the beginning of the 19th century.

    There is a kind of a signposted nature trail starting at the car parking place “Heideparkplatz”. It gives information about the nearby moor, animal and plants. There is also an observation platform. Unfortunately its only explained in German language.

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Sulingen Sports & Outdoors

  • Nice jogging lap

    About 5km from Sulingen is the village of Ratlosen. 25 years ago a Vita Pacour was built. Nowadays it´s a bit overgrown but still a nice place to go jogging or for a walk. One lap is 3 clicks but its also possible to extend it for another 2 kilometres. There are two small hills to survive.

  • Swimming

    Swimming in the "Freibad" which is heated up by solar power . It was the first swimming pool in the "Deutschem Reich" that was built by the "Reichsarbeitsdienst" in 1934.

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