Hamburg is the 2nd largest city in Germany. She is known for being a great German port. The 2nd World War heavily destroyed city of Hamburg. Nevertheless, there are beautiful churches, some of which date back to the medieval half-timbered houses, some old streets. You will discover these channels with red brick warehouses. Ily this is really nice. Feel free to stroll the harbor. Entertainment guaranteed.
For photography enthusiasts, the city of Hamburg will be a joy. Neighborhoods warehouses allow you to take pictures and nice work on the atmosphere. Similarly, the contrast between the ancient and modern city are strong and will give you the opportunity to work in the footsteps of history. Finally, the city is very well lit at night, including the Speicherstadt. Atmospheres guarantees. If you want you can also find tips for planning your trip or weekend in Hamburg from when? What time is it? what budget? What to visit in Hamburg? I also made a trip to Hamburg. If you feel like it. Good trip to Hamburg in northern Germany.
Hamburg is a city and one of the 16 Länder making up Germany. Located in the north of the country, near the mouth of the Elbe and close to the North Sea, Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany (after Berlin) and the first port in the country. It is also the second largest port in Europe for the volume of goods traded, behind Rotterdam.
The city covers 755 km2 and has 1.78 million inhabitants; the agglomeration about 3.5 million. Hamburg was a founding member of the Hanseatic League. This former belonging is still claimed by the city today, as a characteristic element of its identity. Thus the city code on the license plates is HH, which means Hansestadt Hamburg and that the official name of the city is Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg (Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg).
It is also a city of active tourism, which is due in particular to its architecture, its network of canals and the lush surroundings of the Alster River forming an artificial lake in the heart of the city. It has many theaters and museums, including the famous Kunsthalle or the young Bucerius Kunst Forum, which hosts temporary exhibitions. Hamburg has a whole neighborhood devoted to nightlife: Sankt Pauli and his Reeperbahn, place of all extravagances and liberality. © Pictures of Emmanuel Buchot
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