Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg Favorites

  • Elbe
    Elbe
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    Elbe
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    Haus der Jugend
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Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg Favorites

  • The Port

    Hamburg Favorites

    Deep-water Elbe, port cranes, sea vessels, predictably, made an impression of Hamburg, as one of the largest ports of the world. The convenient quay along the river, crowds of tourists and picturesque views at architecture monuments and quarters of buildings framing them made an impression about Hamburg, as about tourist sight.

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  • Useful Information

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    Losing my wallet and U.S. passport! The ultimate nightmare but do not despair: There are NO longer any emergency passport services for U.S. citizens in Hamburg. It is helpful to have a copy of one's passport AND essential to file a report with the local Police station (the local police as very cordial and usually have decent English skills)....

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  • Personal Memories and Impressions

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    The best thing about Hamburg? How about when you go to stay with your old college teammates in Hamburg they have also called up the guys playing American football in Braunschweig as well. Two nights of good partying and catching up with people. By the way, catch a Hamburg Blue Devils game while your in Hamburg.

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  • Binnen and Aussenalster

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    I finally made it to Rathausmarkt after walking all over the place from University to the boats to the water. A charming place, with palm trees. Couldn't believe it! I thought this was a northern city! The Rathaus is impressive and I read that it's Neo-Renaissance style. Yep, that's what it looks like. What I loved most is how people here go about...

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  • Rathaus (Town Hall)

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    In the small basin in front of the Rathaus stands this monument to soldiers from Hamburg who perished in the First World War. The sad irony is that many more people from Hamburg died here, in the city, in a single week of bombing in July 1943.

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  • Arts and Culture

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    Many buildings are very close together in Hamburg to save space and therefore share common walls. Bulidings which have outside walls often rent them to companies as advertising space. Some on the other hand take a slightly less commercial route and have large murals done on the sides of them. Several of these come to mind right away. The first is...

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  • City Centre Shopping

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    Colonnaden, Bleichenhof, Gänsemarkt-Passage, Galleria, Hanse-Viertel,... All those lanes around the inner part of Hamburg are very popular shopping streets and malls where you can get rid of your Euros, bank-accounts,… Wonderful alternative to a rainy weather because most of the streets are under roofs! Don’t go there on Sundays… You will feel like...

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  • Views and buildings

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    Gertrudenkirchhof is a small public square (on the site of St. Gertrude's chapel) just off the main pedestrian artery, Mönckebergstrasse. Here, color and shapes provide interest for what would otherwise be an undistinguished urban facade.

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  • Canals

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    Hamburg is said to have even more bridges than Venice - and one reason are definitely all those fleets. A Fleet is a Hamburg city canal - and the city is full of those canals. You can go on a Fleet Fahrt - a canal cruise or enjoy one of the cafés that are built on floating pontons or just walk across those hundred of bridges... Whichever way you...

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  • Reeperbahn/Red Light District

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    Visit... St. Pauli... and the red district. ANGIE... I LOVE YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ANGIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! In the PARADISE POINT OF>.... hehe PICT> From Hamburg to Copenhaguen by Ship.

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  • Michaeliskirche

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    Hamburg's Michaeliskirche is surprisingly pretty for the north of Germany, which is not so known for beautiful churches. It is without a doubt Hamburg's most famous church, to be found close to the city center and the harbour.

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  • Outside Hamburg

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    If you are in Hamburg it would be a shame not visiting a town Lubeck. It takes about 50 minutes to get there by train. Train leaves from Hauptbahnhof every hour. I went there to visit the first German ice and snow sculpture festival and it was really fantastic! Please take a look at my Ice World travelogue!

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  • Port

    Watching the huge ships and little boats in the port, dreaming of far away places and times gone by, waiting for someone to give me a ticket or a job on the ship ;-)

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  • The Parts of Hamburg

    Since Hamburg is quite a big city, here I would just like to give you an overview of its different parts. (At the moment (Nov.11th 2002) the page structure of VT does not yet reflect this...)The 7 Administrational Regions (Bezirke)and their Parts (Stadtteile) Hamburg Mitte (Center) FinkenwerderWaltershofSteinwerderVeddelSt....

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