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Hamburg

Hamburg is the kind of place that outdoor enthusiasts return to over and over. Looking for trip ideas? Your exclusive travel guide allows you to quickly plan your perfect adventure. Gather info on the best tours throughout the region, events, the most notable sights as well as huts and hotels. Here is a brief collection of the best tips for Hamburg:
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Das Miniatur Wunderland ist die größte Installation einer Modelleisenbahn weltweit und zählt zu den ...

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Historical Site · Hamburg
Historische Speicherstadt
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Weltgrößter Lagerhauskomplex im Hamburger Hafen

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Map / Binnenalster mit der Flaniermeile Jungfernstieg
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Wiese mit Blick auf Skyline
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Schloss Bergedorf
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The gateway to the North Sea

The maritime flair makes the port city on the Elbe something very special. Famous sights are not only Germany's largest seaport, but also the landing stages, the fish market with its fish auction hall and the historic Speicherstadt, where merchants used to receive goods from all over the world. On a walk through the old and warehouse districts, you will get to know this side of the metropolis at first hand.

With just under 2 million inhabitants, Germany's second-largest city is shaped by water. It lies about 100 km inland from the mouth of the Elbe into the North Sea and is crossed by the Bille and Alster rivers. The city's canals and canals are spanned by more than 2,000 footbridges and bridges and surrounded by parks that invite you to take a stroll. Particularly worth seeing are the park „Planten un Blomen“ and the fruit-growing areas of the Vier- und Marschlande to the south of the city.

The Port of Hamburg is one of the largest transshipment ports in the world. Sea-going vessels arrive in the city from the North Sea via the Lower Elbe or from the Baltic Sea via the Kiel Canal, where almost 300 berths are available for the 8,000 or so ships that call here every year. The best way to explore this gigantic traffic hub is to take a harbour tour or visit one of the numerous museum ships.

Sporty and active in and around Hamburg

Numerous parks and forests, the Elbe and Alster rivers and the harbour invite you to take entertaining tours in and around Hamburg. No matter whether you want to go on foot or by bike: On the following pages you will find some suggestions for successful excursions in the Hanseatic city.

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Rund um Bergstedt by Michi
May 23, 2022 · Community
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Eisvogel Tour by Michi
May 05, 2022 · Community
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When did you do this route? May 01, 2022
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Parts of this content were machine translated using German as the source language for the translation