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This northern German city is often ignored in favour of more famous cities such as Berlin or Munich, but Hamburg is definitely worth a visit, even if you only have a couple of days to spare.
The city is located on the banks of the river Elbe, which some 100 kilometres further flows into the North Sea, as well as the two lakes’ formed by the Alster’s confluence with the river Elbe.
It was the capital of the Hanseatic League, an alliance between the cities, which controlled the trade on the North and Baltic Seas. And that is where the city’s commercial spirit stems from. Nowadays, the city’s commercial spirit has been combined with its elegant and distinguished character, but at the same time has preserved its incredibly liberal and open-minded nature.
What is there to do in Hamburg?
– Take a stroll around the town hall, an impressive building. It has a copper roof which has turned green due to patina, which is a common sight in Germany. Continue by crossing the many canals on your way to the river Elbe, on your way you could pay a visit to the famous St. Michaelis Church ( or Michel as locals call it), where you can ascend to the top of the bell tower and take in the city’s impressive panorama.
– Once you have arrived at the harbour, walk along the pier, and take one of the free ferries, which all real Hamburgers use to get across the river Elbe. Afterwards, you should go and have a look around the nearby, “Speicherstadt” (Warehouse City), where it still smells of coffee and the oriental spices, which used to be stored there. The “Speicherstadt” basically is an enormous warehouse, and has been listed as a heritage site; furthermore it was built on timber-piles towards the end of the 19th century. Subsequently, the Portuguese quarter has been revived, and now is the perfect place to taste the best Portuguese cuisine has to offer.
– Take a walk to the “Aussenalster” (Outer Alster, the lake that used to be outside the city walls), which is surrounded by luxurious and impressive apartment buildings. Or you could take a boat or a canoe to explore the lake and its adjacent canals.
– Go to the former fishing village Blankenese. Explore the long white sandy beaches and little houses in the hills. The enormous mansions are proof for this city’s wealth.
– If you enjoy painting the town red, go to the “Sternschanze” (lit. star sconce), where you will find endless bars and restaurants.
– Many bars in “Sternschanze”, Altona or the Reeperbahn, put on live music.
– And finally if you do not want the day to end, go to the “Reeperbahn”, the city’s red light district, where you will find many clubs, bars and a variety of discos. This is the perfect place to dance the night away.