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Holidays to Hamburg

The Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg truly is a metropolis, but with an abundance of green areas and countless canals Hamburg also ranks as one of Germany’s greenest and most attractive cities. Water dominates the landscape in Hamburg. Consequently the city boasts an incredible number of bridges – more than Venice and Amsterdam together!

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Trade always played an important role in Hamburg’s economy, most outstandingly visible in Hamburg’s impressive harbour and Europe’s most significant urban development district – the HafenCity. Admire modern architecture and Hamburg’s new landmark – The Elbphilharmonic Hall. A trip through the “Warehouse City” enables one to sense the atmosphere of trading goods from around the world.

Hamburg is pure lifestyle .Proud merchants’ palais, noble villas and elegant parks adorn the city. The centre offers a quantity of beautiful shopping arcades, glass-roofed malls and exclusive boutiques. Hamburg’s district of St. Pauli known for its reputation as the world’s “most sinful mile”, is nowadays also hosting the most trendy discotheques, pubs and theatres in town.

What to do

  • Hafen City
  • Hamburg City Hall
  • Alster Lake
  • Fish Market
  • International Maritime Museum
  • Zoo ‘Tierpark Hagenbeck’
  • Shopping (Jungfernstieg, Mönckebergstrasse, Spitalerstrasse and Neuer Wall)
  • St. Pauli (Reeperbahn)
  • Hamburger DOM Festival


Arrival Airport: Hamburg  |  425km from Calais

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