6-Star-Escort: All about Hamburg


Hamburger Geschirte

Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg


Hamburg is a beautiful city in northern Germany, which, with an area of ​​755 km2 and around 1.8 million inhabitants, forms its own federal state. It was partially completely rebuilt after the Second War and has a mixture of old and modern construction, which gives the city a special touch in terms of architecture. while on one side there is the more than 100 year old and UNESCO protected Speicherstadt, on the other side is the modern Elbphilharmonie, which was opened in January 2017. One of the most interesting things is the number of bridges that there are in Hamburg. There are 2500 bridges over the canals of Hamburg, which flow into the Alster and Elbe. Hamburg has the second largest port in Europe and the most important in Germany. the port of Hamburg lies on the Elbe, which is one of the longest rivers in the world. Hamburg is divided into 7 different districts and Hamburg also has its own island on the North Sea, which belongs to the Hamburg-Mitte district. In addition, Hamburg has received a large collection of prizes and awards in recent years. In general, Hamburg is a beautiful and breathtaking city which you have to see at least once in your life.


Cultural sights of Hamburg

Port of Hamburg 

The Port of Hamburg is one of the most important sights in Hamburg and is the second largest port in Europe after Rotterdam and one of the largest ports in the world. It was opened on May 7th, 1189 and celebrates its anniversary, the port birthday, in high style every year. The festival goes on for three days and people from all over Germany come to enjoy the large amount of organized activities. Most impressive is the wide variety of sailboats, warships and all other ships of all kinds, including the ability to visit the major cruise lines at a "reasonable" price, such as the Cap San Diego. In addition, there are tents with food and drink of all kinds, tents with live music and small dance floors and a nice fireworks display on Saturday. On Sunday evening, the ships leave the port in a quiet and solemn parade which is a must-see during your stay in the Hanseatic city. You end the three days of intense activities around the harbor. Many people go in the direction of St. Pauli and Reeperbahn and continue to celebrate the harbor birthday in the clubs. this festival is suitable for both young and old.

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