Hamburg
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Things To Do in Hamburg

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208 Reviews
E14***66Great place to see ships of all sizes like the one I added here... Not too pricy for the location u at
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Exhibition
ObaidWonderful view with some high quality time to be spent there
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Pippa BatesDefinitely stroll along the beautiful Alster and enjoy the stunning surroundings whilst in Hamburg. I imagine this river even more beautiful when the sun is out, but it was still lovely in the middle of winter. This is the second river in Hamburg, the other one being the Elbe, and it's in the centre of the city. It's lovely to walk around here, and see all the locals jogging and people out walking their dogs. There are also many cafes and restaurants around to stop in for a quick refreshment.
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Historical Architecture
E46***42The Hamburg City Hall is the most beautiful building in Hamburg and, I would even say, in whole Germany! It’s impressive how architecture shows so much history. A must see!
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
M38***98Fastfoodstoreenvironmentisgood,cleanandtidy,withbrightwindowsandcleantablesisbig,hamburgerandincense
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有态度的拍拍St. Michel's Church is located in the heart of Hamburg, the most beautiful Baroque church in North Germany. Built in the 14th century, it is also the representative of Gothic architecture in the city of Bordeaux along with St. Andre's Church (Cathedrale St. Andre). The most notable building in this church is the 15th century, the tallest tower 374 feet is the highest Gothic minarets in Germany, climbing to the top of the tower to see the views of Hamburg.