Things to do in Hamburg

The gateway to the world, a beautiful seafaring hub, the maritime capital of the north – even the normally reserved locals find it hard to conceal their pride in their home city, its ambiance and its cosmopolitan charm. Hamburg has a 1.841.179 inhabitants.

A boat trip around one of the world’s most powerful universal ports is at the heart of any successful trip to Hamburg. Followed by a stroll through the Old Town, with its beautiful angular buildings and 17th-century town houses, original restaurants and bars. The Speicherstadt district in the HafenCity inner-city development project is typical of Hamburg and has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The buildings of the world’s largest single complex of traditional brick warehouses rest on thousands of oak supports and are intersected by narrow waterways. Just a stone’s throw away is the famous Elbe Philharmonic Hall, the city’s striking landmark and concert hall.

Hamburg is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and radiates an incomparable charm. Go on a discovery tour through the city by the Elbe and explore the most beautiful sights, attend unique events or feast in the most delicious restaurants & cafés. The city’s scene & nightlife are known all over the world and Hamburg is also a great shopping metropolis.

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Best time to visit Hamburg

Hamburg has a humid continental climate with a high chance of rain throughout the year. The winters are cold and snowy, summers are warm and rainy. The hottest month is July and the coldest month is January. We suggest you to visit Hamburg during late spring or early autumn since the weather is pleasant and more welcoming. It is also recommended for you to enjoy Hamburg at least three to four days.

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