Tales of Hamburg
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany. With a population of more than 1.5 million people, 14% of the city is green, and the word “Hamburger” originally actually came from Hamburg. The city is a center for culture, education, science and research.
The city has so much to offer, and many places to visit and spend time, which is why it is important to plan your trip ahead so you know where to go. One of the most popular places in the city is the Fischmarkt, a market that has been running since 1703. At the market you will find live pop German music and a variety of foods like bananas, kumquats, cherries and much more!
One of Hamburg’s most beautiful buildings is the Chilehaus; the building is shaped like an ocean liner with curved walls meeting in the shape of a ship’s bow. It is a great example of German expressionist architecture.
Another building to keep an eye out for is the Hamburger Kunsthalle, and inside you will find a museum featuring contemporary German artists!
The Speicherstadt is composed of seven-storey red brick warehouses lining up on the Speicherstadt archipelago, one of Hamburg’s most famous sites, recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site. It is a must to see! Around the area you will also find many museums and small cafes.
The city also offers a lot of nightlife entertainment, and a popular place to go is the Golden Pudel Club, which can get crowded because of its quality DJs and strong countercultural vibe.
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