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Hamburg - Commercial and cultural port city
Hamburg does not immediately appeal to the imagination of many travelers, but the second largest city in Germany is more than a boring port city. Although its location along the many waterways is the reason for the great economic boom, the city has since developed into an important cultural and commercial hub in Europe.
Trains to Hamburg
Hamburg Hauptbahnhof is the central station of Hamburg. It is also one of the busiest in the country. The impressive hall is located within walking distance of the center. There are also three other stations in Hamburg: Dammtor, Altona & Harburg. With the Hamburg Card you can use public transport for free.
Train connections with Berlin
Hamburg has a very good connection with capital Berlin in terms of trains. For example, around 25 trains run between the two cities every day. The total travel time is approximately 1 hour and 49 minutes. This arrives in Berlin Hauptbahnhof.
Train connections with Cologne
Cologne is one of the largest tourist attractions in the country because of its Dom. Hamburg has a direct connection with Cologne. The total travel time is 3 hours and 36 minutes. This arrives at Cologne Central Station.
The port of Hamburg
The port of Hamburg is the third largest in Europe (after Rotterdam and Antwerp) and a cruise through the port is therefore an experience. Most cruises start at the Landungsbrücken on the Elbe. Often a tour starts with a trip through the Fleete (canals) of Speicherstadt, after which the course is set to the container terminals.
This art museum is spread over three locations that together have an area of approximately 13,000 m². You will find the Kunsthalle on the Glockengießerwall. Different parts of art are discussed. There is a lot of attention for art from the 19th century, but also classical modern art.
The Town Hall
One of the most beautiful buildings in Hamburg is the town hall which is located in the center of Altstadt. It was built between 1886-1897 after the previous one burned down in 1842. The building has 647 rooms and is not inferior to a large palace such as Buckingham Palace. Concerts or exhibitions are regularly held in the lobby.
The Alster is a river, but flows into the Altstadt of Hamburg into two lakes, the Binnenalster and the Außenalster. On the Binnenalster it is good to stroll or eat an ice cream. You can also step on a boat here for a boat trip. You can also sail yourself on the Außenalster or SUPs. Or you can have a good conversation with the Alsterzwans on one of the terraces.