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Hamburg Tourism

A port city since ages, Hamburg is infused with the maritime spirit and is one of the wealthiest metro areas in Europe with modern architecture and historic buildings standing together along its river banks and canals. It is Germany’s second largest city and its second biggest port. Hamburg is also the nation’s greenest city, with two-third of its area dedicated to lovely parks and beautiful lakes. Nature lovers must spend at least a week in this tourist destination. 

If you love attending colourful festivals, then there are some great options lined up for you: Osterstraßenfest, Hafengeburtstag and Altonale. For instance, the Osterstraßenfest presents street food, live music and exciting rides. Hafengeburtstag showcases a marvellous parade of nearly 300 ships along with arts, crafts and culinary specialities. These are good occasions for tourists to mingle with the locals. In your Hamburg vacation, step into a fabulous restaurant and relish lip-smacking dishes such as Fischbrötchen (fish roll), Aalsuppe (sweet and sour soup) and Rote Grütze (dessert).  

A port city since ages, Hamburg is infused with the maritime spirit and is one of the wealthiest metro areas in Europe with modern architecture and historic buildings st...

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