Germany's 'Big Five' in Focus: Hamburg

Germany’s “Gate to the World”, the country’s second biggest city goes back to a fortress built by Charlemagne. Almost annihilated in WW II it has made a remarkable recovery. Europe’s third biggest port is home to more bridges than Amsterdam or any other European city and hosts the world’s largest model railway, which can keep one fascinated for a whole day easily. A major culture and media hub, the city attracts many tourists not only for the famous harbour and canal cruises, the world heritage “Speicherstadt” and its renowned “Reeperbahn” district, but also as Germany’s Capital of Musicals and the controversial new “Elbphilharmonie”.

DELIVERY MODE

  • Hybrid (F2F & Online simultaneously)
$39 Limited

<p>Germany’s “Gate to the World”, the country’s second biggest city goes back to a fortress built by Charlemagne. Almost annihilated in WW II it has made a remarkable recovery. Europe’s third biggest

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15 Feb
$39 Limited

<p>Germany’s “Gate to the World”, the country’s second biggest city goes back to a fortress built by Charlemagne. Almost annihilated in WW II it has made a remarkable recovery. Europe’s third biggest

...
15 Feb

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