Hamburg Travel Guide
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- 98%Family Travelers
- 88%Nightlife Lovers
- 78%Local Culture
- 70%Luxury Travelers
- 70%Spiritual Seekers
- 70%Art & Design Lovers
Member Reviews (119)
- HamburgJan 29, 2013
Never mind the cold weather, this is one of the greatest cities to just ...stroll around. If you find attractive any of following details, then HH is your place:
A city port with lots of deep history and details around the Hanseatic era, commercial and industrial evolution. Now a hub of Northern Europe, with plenty of cosmopolitan corners and a not-so-typical-German attitude prevailing.
Magnificent spots. Particularly special views of the horizon, rivers & lakes, acres of public spaces and parks, an apotheosis of sustainable living.
Tons of style and the unique character in the streets of Reeperbahn and Sternschanze. Plus, so many stories in the St.Pauli area.
More? Architecturally stunning modern buildings/ The HafenCity Project/ Pure Urban lifestyle/ Festivals/....
- HamburgSep 09, 2012
The city of Hamburg has something for every type of traveler. To experience the many neighborhoods and the diverse communities, you need to take your time here. Hamburg is truly a gem! The people are kind and take pride in their city, so they tend to be very helpful and love sharing what they know about their home.
- HamburgMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily Travelers+ 1Aug 29, 2012
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany - 2.000.000 inhabitants- and the second port in Europe after Rotterdam. Unfortunately I could spend there only one day and a half but I did really love it. So tidy, so reach with white imposing buildings against very green parks, everything so elegant. Beautiful shops and restaurants also. The only negative aspect is the rain 1 day on 3. Anyway, a really aenjoyable Nd alive city where to spend a couple of days.
- HamburgJul 08, 2012
Really it's a very interesting place to be and if you wanna know what is the true reason because THE ORIGINAL MEATBALLS, into a couple of slices of bread did so become HAMBURGER, without the permission of the german town.. and what about the royalties that mr. mcdonald is not corresponding to the Hamburger Town... just for example, if i were called mr. mcburghy and i sell over one million of my sandwich called VENICE or, GONDOLA.. (it's only a silly example) ten minutes after, the major of Venice is calling me for asking the royalties about the use of the name of the most beautiful town into the world.. (forgive me if I DEEPLY LOVE VENICE).. it's an idea for a relaxing and alittle investigating holiday.. maybe that the sequel of the cultmovie SUPER SIZE ME is born, and a lot of money is coming..:-) thanks god for creating trash food!!!!!
- HamburgJul 05, 2012
Be sure to watch for some of great citywide special events they host here. One of my favorites is the Night of the Museums when all the museums in the city stay open 24 hours. You pay one fee, get a wristband and free entry to as many museums that you can pack into. The city arranges transportation between museums, there are bands playing all over. Great event!
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