About Hamburg

Nicknamed the „Gate to the World“, Hamburg is not only the most important harbour town in Germany and the-place-to-go for international container and cruise ships, it is also the second largest city in Germany.

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And it is one of the only two cities in Germany that gained the title as a Metropolis, by reaching more than 100.000 inhabitants, as early as in 1787.

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Due to its history as a large Hanseatic city, the harbour and its internationality, Hamburg has a profound cultural background, a rich socio-economic community and comprises many interesting sights and things to have a deeper look at, such as:

The Harbour             
www.hafen-hamburg.de

UNESCO World Heritage: Old Warehouse District (Speicherstadt)
www.hamburg.de/sehenswuerdigkeiten/4511364/speicherstadt

The unique Chile-House
www.chilehaus.de/en/At-a-glance.html

Nightlife at Reeperbahn
www.reeperbahn.de

Church St. Michaelis
www.st-michaelis.de

Various musicals, among others Disney’s Lion King
www.hamburg.de/koenig-der-loewen

The Filmfest
www.filmfesthamburg.de

And of course, various other things like restaurants, beach clubs, places to wander and rest, the lake Alster right in downtown and… not to forget: Its open-minded and welcoming people.
Go, take a look around!

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