Hamburg Travel Guide


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    Hamburg, Germany is a famous city because it is a home to one of the largest European harbors. With all its long waterways and canals, people here loved to stroll, making it as the Venice of the North. As they say, there is no visit to Hamburg can be complete without the stroll down the old town and...

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Hotels in Hamburg (253 Hotels) See All Hamburg Hotels

  • Adina Apartment Hotel Hamburg Michel

    Spotted in Hamburg, Adina Apartment Hotel Hamburg Michel is a finest hotel opportunely located alongside Museum of Hamburg History (Hamburgmuseum), Johannes Brahms Museum...

  • Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg

    Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg is among the best, finest places to remain in Hamburg. Nicely located close to Bar Hamburg, Hamburger Kunsthalle and Grand Strand, Hotel ...

  • Park Hyatt Hamburg

    Be no more than moments away from Hamburg Cruise Center, Sankt Jacobi and Chile House when you are at Park Hyatt Hamburg in Hamburg. St. Petri Kirche and Bunker Hamburg H...

  • 25hours Hotel HafenCity

    25hours Hotel HafenCity is among the best, finest places to remain in Hamburg. Nicely located near HafenCity, International Maritime Museum and Prototyp Car Museum, 25hou...

Things To Do in Hamburg See All Things To Do in Hamburg

  • St. Pauli Tourist Office

    St. Pauli Tourist Of...

    Wohlwillstrasse 1

    Attractions, Tourist Information
  • Miniatur Wunderland

    Miniatur Wunderland

    Miniatur Wunderland ...

    Miniatur Wunderland (German for miniature wonderland) is a model railway attraction in Hamburg, Germ...

    Attractions, Arts and Culture, Landmarks and Points Of Interest
  • Moenckebergstrasse Shopping
    Attractions, Local Stores and Services, Landmarks and Points Of Interest, Stores
  • Mindways Segway Citytour

    Mindways Segway City...

    Am Sandtorpark 8

    Attractions, Activities, Tourist Information, Tours

About Hamburg

Hamburg, Germany is a famous city because it is a home to one of the largest European harbors. With all its long waterways and canals, people here loved to stroll, making it as the Venice of the North. As they say, there is no visit to Hamburg can be complete without the stroll down the old town and without taking a boat ride in one of its waterways. Hamburg is the perfect place for leisure, pleasure, and recreation, and there will never be enough activities to do here, especially in the riversides of the ports and waterways. The Hamburg fish market is also a place to buy fresh fish and sea foods, although marketing should be done early in the morning, during the time that fishermen lay down the catch just off the boat. Other exotic fruits and goods are also being traded in the open air fish market. Exploring the world through the Hamburg is the best way to start the itinerary since the city is the gateway to the world. The port in Hamburg is also known as the shoppers’ paradise, offering various products from merchants in the local city and from foreign sellers. The Hamburg Cruise Center makes it a way for many tourists and travelers to come and go, and the sight of the big ships in the Hamburg port will definitely entice every visitor to try cruising and experience the maritime world of Germany. There are many places to visit and experience in Hamburg. The parks and gardens are ideal to visit for travelers who want to explore the beauty of Germany. There are different activities being held at the park from time to time like the water-light concerts being staged at the park for public viewing during the summer days, and all the festivities that the German people love to celebrate. The banks of the Elbe hold the luxurious residences and the many exclusive fine dining restaurants. Seeing all these beautifully created structures, the Hamburg is definitely a place of scenic views. Added to that are the shopping centers in the city with all the different stores and stalls offering products that can only be found in Germany. One famous place is the Alster Arkaden, which is known to Germans as the most picturesque shopping places in Hamburg. The Dockland office building, towering at around 40 meters high, located in the heart of the Hamburg, is the only public place where the entire Hamburg can be viewed. The most famous street in Hamburg is the Reeperbahn, which is known to be as the red light district of Hamburg. Bars, restaurants, clubs, and museums are to be found here, and one the clubs here was the home of the Beatles when they started their career in 1960. To see the future of the Hamburg, visit the Hafencity. This is the largest project for the European in the 21st Century and it holds thousands of large buildings, apartments, shopping centers, and other exclusive buildings and structures that entails the culture and history of the nation.

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