Travel is an investment in yourself
We invest time and money in our family and friends, and often forget about ourselves. That’s why everyone should treat themselves to a trip every now and then and thus invest in themselves, because travel has a positive effect on us. Have you ever been to the diverse city of Hamburg in Germany? There is so much to discover, experience and learn there.
Hamburg – a great experience
Hamburg is Reeperbahn, huge port and musicals. But even apart from these well-known highlights, the second largest German city offers you a wide range of opportunities for discovery on a city trip. Take a look at the new Hafencity, visit the city’s numerous museums or go on a shopping tour in the shadow of the Hamburger Michel. The crowning glory of your trip should definitely be the famous fish market on Sunday morning. Here you can let yourself drift and let the unique atmosphere of the city sink in.
The city of Hamburg is called little Venice for a reason. Hamburg has a lot to offer, such as the Jungfernstieg, the Elbphilharmonie and the St. Michel. Stroll through the Speicherstadt, along the Inner Alster, visit one of the many museums or take a harbor tour. You can discover the sights in Hamburg on your own or join a tour guide. No matter how you explore the port city, the unique maritime flair is sure to cast a spell over you!
Port of Hamburg and the Speicherstadt
Nowhere else can you experience Hamburg more impressively than at the port. Stroll along the landing stages and enjoy the maritime flair of the Hanseatic city. Marvel at small launches, impressively large freighters and the mighty cruise ships of the major shipping companies. Experience the largest sea port in Germany, which was founded in 1189 and has gradually established itself as the second largest port in Europe, or enjoy the fresh breeze on a boat tour. You will be enchanted by the charm of the port of Hamburg.
After so much modern and futuristic design, you will experience a historical highlight of the Hanseatic city in the Speicherstadt. Built on oak piles, the Hamburg warehouse district is one of the largest existing contiguous warehouse complexes. Where coffee, tea or spices were primarily stored in the past, you now have the opportunity to visit the spice or customs museum or explore the largest model railway in the world. On a total area of 26 hectares, the Hamburg warehouse district delights its visitors with enchanting facades and shady canals. Charming cafés invite you to take a little breather.
Night life in a multifaceted city
There are 104 districts in Hamburg, some of which are like siblings to each other and some of which could hardly be different. The Hamburg districts offer everything from a unique maritime flair to relaxation in nature. The Hamburg to offer a lot of water and is also one of the greenest big cities in Germany. The north of Hamburg is perfect for switching off. Those who prefer to experience the classic big city flair should head towards the old town, where sights and shopping opportunities are lined up. The port, on the other hand, is unique in Hamburg. In HafenCity you can admire the Elbphilharmonie as well as historical ships and, if you have the opportunity, take a harbor tour. The St. Pauli with the Reeperbahn and Altona with the fish market are particularly well-known.
You should also discover Hamburg’s nightlife. The best known is Hamburg’s Reeperbahn, but the nightlife in the northern metropolis has a lot more to offer than that. In Hamburg there are clubs with live shows, clubs above the roofs of the city and techno clubs. Since the maritime flair of the port city cannot be neglected when it comes to nightlife, there are also party miles on the water with clubs like “Frau Hedis Tanzkaffee”.
Travel is an investment in yourself.
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