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About Hamburg

A distinct maritime character and international outlook make the Hanseatic city of Hamburg one of Europe's finest destinations. Urban sparkle and natural beauty are the hallmarks of Hamburg, which boasts a wide range of hotels, restaurants, theatres and shops, chic beaches along the Elbe river, the verdant banks of the Alster, a buzzing port district and landmarks reflecting more than 1,200 years of history.

Leafy parks, glittering lakes and tranquil waterways within a pulsating urban jungle: for years Hamburg has proved that living in a big city is no impediment to having natural beauty on your doorstep. In addition, the port, the canals and the Alster lake give Hamburg a wonderfully maritime feel. From the beaches, quays and moorings to the luxury cruise liners, container-laden behemoths and lovingly restored museum ships, this international port city has so much to offer and will give you a yearning to experience distant shores.

No visit to Hamburg is complete without a tour of the port and the historical Speicherstadt district with its warehouses and old bridges. You can also see the world's largest model railway in Speicherstadt at Hamburg's Miniature Wonderland.


Good to know

Public Transport

Save yourself the time and stress of driving. In the Greater Hamburg Area, suburban and underground railways and "MetroBus" buses operate on weekdays from 5am until around 11pm at 5 to 10 minute intervals.Night, express and regional buses complete the transport network.

To make it easier on the travel budget, visitors to Hamburg have various options for cheaper tickets, B. group and day tickets as well as the Hamburg CARD.


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