This online camera shows you the Stena Line Ferry Terminal at the modern Port of Kiel, Germany. This is one of the main ports in the Baltic Sea region, chosen by several cruise ships and ferry connections, namely to Norway, Sweden, and Lithuania. Located about 90 km north of Hamburg, Kiel is the capital and largest city of the state of Schleswig-Holstein, with over 245,000 inhabitants. Thanks to its geographic location in the north of the country and on the coast of the Baltic Sea, it is considered one of the main maritime hubs in Northern Europe. St Nicholas' Church (Nikolaikirche), Laboe Naval Memorial, German submarine U‑995, Kiel Opera House, Zoological Museum of Kiel University, Kiel Canal, and Kieler Förde are some of the most significant landmarks in this city.