10 Best places for your Holiday in Hamburg, Germany

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Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany. With this predicate makes a city located at the southern point of Jutland Peninsula has interesting places to visit. Here are ten places with beautiful scenery that you can enjoy in Hamburg:

Port of Hamburg

Hamburg is a port city where the harbor is the third largest in the world, after London and New York. There are many ways to enjoy the port of Hamburg is over 800 years old. In this area you can follow the harbor boat tour, a walk along the beach or dine at restaurants that serve seafood Rive very comfortable with beautiful views around the harbor.

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Reeperbahn, Hamburg’s Red Light District

The most famous street in Hamburg is the Reeperbahn, the city’s legendary street entertainment as well as Red Light district. Red Light District is a term used for an industrial area of ??sex, where sex is legal.

At night this road will be very dense and crowded with many bar with an electric mixture, restaurants and theaters stand side by side with sex shops and erotic museum.

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Hamburg Fish Market

With fresh seafood, fruit, nuts, and teas from around the world, Hamburg fish market into a must-visit place for any fan of the food. This open market is right next to the historic fish auction room and open on Sundays between the hours of 5:00 to 9:00 am local time. So if you want to go here you have to wake up and feel the atmosphere of the bustling old market that is 300 years old.

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Emigration Museum Ballinstadt

Between 1850 and 1939 more than 5 million people from all over Europe emigrated from Hamburg to the New World. Museum complex “Ballinstadt” recreates the story of this historic journey. In the museum, located in Veddeler Bogen 2, Hamburg, you can see the original emigration space, and an extensive interactive exhibition (in English and German). The museum also has the largest genealogical database in the world.

The museum is open daily from 10:00 to 18:00 o’clock local time. Tickets for adults are 12 euros (about Rp142 thousand) and children 7 Euro (approximately Rp. 83 thousand). In this museum you can also eat at the restaurant “Nach America” ??is open starting at 11.00â € “18:00 local time.

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Warehouse Historic District

Adjacent to the harbor, you will find the history of the warehouse district of Hamburg, the largest warehouse complex in the world. Narrow rough gravel road and a small water channels are among the warehouses that store the 100-year-old silk, cocoa, and oriental rugs. You should see this place at night because of the projected light will create a magical atmosphere in buildings, bridges and canals.

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Hamburger Kunsthalle

A trio of home architecture to be one of the most impressive art collections in Germany. More than 700 years of history of European art is represented in the Hamburger Kunsthalle, which has 3 buildings with different architectures. Dmulai European art from medieval altar to modern painting. In it, you can also see the works of Rembrandt, Caspar David Friedrich, and Edvard Munch.

Hamburger Kunsthalle is open from Tuesday to Sunday starting at 10:00 to 18:00 local time. Children and adolescents under the age of 18 are not charged. For adults if charged 10 Euros (about Rp119 thousand) to see Pop Life while to see the collection and the show cost 8.5 Euros (about Rp101 thousand).

St. Michaelis Church

Church of St Michaelis Hamburg is the marker region. “Michel”, as locals like to call it, was built between the years 1648-1661 and is the most famous churches in northern Germany. Interior in the Protestant church is predominantly white and gold that can accommodate 3000 people. This church also features a 132 meter high tower. To see the sights of the city and beautiful harbor, you can ride over this church.

Alster Arkaden

Hamburg is famous for exclusive shopping and elegant and Arkaden Alster is one of the most beautiful place for your retail therapy. Arcade building was inspired by the historic architecture of Venice. With wrought-iron lamp-lit at night, as if accompanied you all the way to Hamburg’s main square and city hall has a rich decoration.

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Hafencity

During the visit Hamburg Hamburg projections of the future in “Hafencity”, the largest urban development project in Europe of the 21st century. At 155 hectares of land, a port city in the city is expected to accommodate double the population of the city of Hamburg with thousands of new waterfront apartments, shops, restaurants and a new symphony. The ambitious project will be completed in 2025, but you can already enjoy some of Europe’s most visionary architecture here.

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Planten un Blomen

Take a deep breath in Hamburg green scene in the park “Planten un Blomen”. It features the Botanical Gardens and the largest Japanese garden in Europe. Throughout the summer months, you can enjoy concerts, theater performances, festivals, and performances of the most famous water lights in an area of ??47 hectares.

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