There is so much to love about Hamburg, the most livable city in Germany, on the Elbe in northern Germany. Travelers are currently obsessed with Hamburg, and the hype has a very good reason: There is a lot to be said for that.
Hamburg is also considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world and is the second largest city in Germany after Berlin.
HafenCity and HarbourCity, that is the name of the district surrounded by a river. While Berlin may be the coolest city in Germany, Hamburg is home to some of Germany's most beautiful parks, which are becoming art exhibitions. The city, which was voted the greenest city in Europe by the European Commission in 2010, also has the world's largest public park, the Hamburger Garten, as well as a large number of parks and gardens. But Hamburg is not out of the woods when it comes to nightlife, with a variety of bars, restaurants and nightclubs in the city centre.
In Hamburg, nature never lets you forget its presence, and the square in the heart of Hamburg is wedged between two of Germany's most beautiful cities, Hamburg and Berlin. Hamburg-Berlin is home to one of the largest public parks in the world, the Hamburger Garten, as well as a large number of parks and gardens.
So there are so many things to do in Hamburg that you definitely have a few days to fill in this beautiful city. From exploring the vibrant neighbourhoods to sailing down the Elbe, there is something for every traveller who wants to do something.
If you're on the road in mid-August, one of the most amazing things music lovers can do in Hamburg is the Dockville Music and Visual Arts Festival, which takes place in downtown Hamburg over the weekend of August 5 and 6. Hamburg Cathedral is operated 30 days a year on Heiligengeistfeld, Hamburg and the surrounding cities can experience breathtaking fireworks.
If you are visiting Hamburg, the Reeperbahn and the Red Light District are just right for you. Hamburg is well connected so you don't have to worry about how to get to Hamburg, you can see all the attractions of the city, such as the Opera House, the Guggenheim Museum and the Museum of Modern Art.
It is no wonder that the port has grown and made Hamburg the most important port in Germany. It began in the 12th century and has been growing ever since, and is one of the largest ports in the world.
In addition to the large University of Hamburg, the city is home to some of the world's leading universities, such as the Hamburg University of Technology and the universities of applied sciences. Hamburg is home to one of Germany's most renowned universities for the humanities and social sciences and, with its publishing houses, one of the richest in Germany. Today, Hamburg is a mecca for German media and the birthplace of a number of famous artists, writers, musicians, artists and musicians.
Until 1871, after the unification of Germany, the city was a completely sovereign city - state, and until 1937 it was comprehensive. Today's Hamburg was created by the union of parts of the city of Hamburg with parts of Schleswig-Holstein and parts of Hanover. Hamburg is praised as a restless boom city, which with a population of over 5 million people has reinvented itself forever as one of the most dynamic cities in the world.
We cannot be sure, but it is quite possible that the Hamburg man we know and love today owes his name to the city of Hamburg, but he owes it to his location. Hamburg is often referred to as the "pear of the German North," but that is not without reason. If you think that Hamburg (in contrast to Berlin) is just an old money business, think again! Hamburg is not a single district where there are all the sights, attractions and activities.
If you get hungry after a long day of sightseeing, Hamburg has a wide selection of restaurants to suit your palate. If you prefer Asian cuisine, it offers some of the best Chinese and Japanese restaurants in Europe. Next time there will be a fun mix and a beer night in Hamburg with its global selection. Hamburg is different because it is in the middle of a city, which means there are fewer hotels and restaurants.
The design of the Superbude Hotel is deliberately chosen because it offers a high quality, modern and modern design and a great view of the city from the roof.
If you are looking for a city to add to your Europe - to - Germany trip, I highly recommend Hamburg. With the countless excursions you have, you can make Hamburg your home base while visiting northern Germany.