A harborpolis, Hamburg is defined and shaped by its marine culture which colours its landscape as well as architecture. Inventing for the famous Hamburger, the city is the very location where presumably the beef patties and buns were first invented. The historical monuments populate the city and enchant the visitors with the stories of past- Otto Von Bismarck Monument, Altstadt, St. Michael’s church fill the imagination of the travellers with their glorious past. The Europa Shopping Passage is a distinctive shopping experience with its building with an arched roof of glass. Considered to be Germany’s“the Gateway of the World”, the port of Hamburg is biggest and the second-busiest in Europe. Owing to its mercantile economy, the city has been considered as an International city from the very beginning. Walking down the city you shall come across Überseebrücke where formerly big cruise liners docked when coming to Hamburg. Permanently docked is the museum ship Cap San Diego, which is said to be last classic cargo ship. For a complete native experience, take a boat ride which shall unravel the city and the port at their best. Due to its busy port, the visitors over here are not just travellers but also the businessmen. The accommodation facilities have been shaped up for both tourist and business purposes. There are hotels in the city which provide comfortable stay for business travellers as well. Le Royal Meridian, Sofitel Hamburg Alter Wall, Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten, Elysee, Louis C Jacob, Park Hyatt fall under the category of luxurious hotels in the city.