Husum on the North Sea coast – a place where tradition meets innovation. This vibrant port on the coastal mudflats is a forward-looking, cosmopolitan town full of sea and scenery, cultural attractions and typical North Frisian charm.
Trade fairs and events? Conferences or congresses? Look no further than the far north of Germany! The world's foremost wind energy trade fair, HUSUM WindEnergy, has turned Husum into the 'wind capital of the world' and Schleswig-Holstein's leading international trade fair destination – and in 2010, Husum added a multi-functional congress and events centre to its portfolio. The charming harbour town on the edge of the Wadden Sea (UNESCO World Natural Heritage) is the centre of Schleswig-Holstein's North Sea coast and the gateway to the North Frisian and Hallig islands. The rhythm of life here is determined by the ebb and flow of tides, which is why Husum has developed into a centre of maritime expertise where the main emphasis is on the tidal sea. As a tourist region offering great variety, Husum Bay is the ideal destination for combining business with pleasure. The incredible wealth of cultural attractions and museums in the birthplace of the poet and novelist Theodor Storm, along with the only palace on the Schleswig-Holstein North Sea coast, is complemented by the picturesque harbour and broad range of shops and eating places. Alongside Husum Exhibition Centre and the NordseeCongressCentrum, the town has a number of special locations and three to five-star hotels with conference facilities.
If you need help finding a suitable venue, organising hotel allocations or putting together a supporting programme, your friendly personal contact will ensure that you receive a complete one-stop service tailored to your specific needs.