Hamburg is a region of water. You can find water everywhere you look. There are the Alster Lakes, the Elbe River and various canals. A visit to Hamburg, region or city, is one spent crossing over or driving along the shores of water. A weekend in Hamburg may involve river cruises or shopping in Hamburg at its Elbmeile (Elb Mile). This is one of the hottest scenes along the city’s waterfront. Here you can taste some of Hamburg culture in its beer and food.
Hamburg is a port city. Hamburg tourism involves visiting the waterfront, the Inner and Outer Alster Lake and climbing aboard the ship museum Richmer Rickmers. Of the many things to do in Hamburg, walking the waterfront is one, visiting a warehouse – the Speicherstadt, containing several museums is another. Hamburg attractions also include the biggest Red Light District in Germany – the Reeperbahn as well as a large and lively Fischmarkt. Alternatively, Hamburg sights are the cultural ones of the Kunsthall museum, the Museum of Arts and Crafts and the Museum of Ethnology and the Churches of St. Michael and St. Nicholas. To plan your trip wisely, book your hotel in EasyToBook.com.