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“Hamburch” as residents call their city has many beautiful districts. The Elbe River which flows through the city creates a very special atmosphere. Due to the rivers typical places and attractions of a harbour town can be found here. Best Western has a range of hotels located in Hamburg offering the possibility of living in the centre while visiting Hamburg.
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The infamous Reeperbahn is an entertainment street situated in the district St. Pauli. Besides the terrific nightlife it’s also famous for the city’s major red-light district. The colourful illuminated street is lined with night clubs, restaurants and bars.
The in 2016 finished concert hall is located at the bank of the Elbe River and looks like a peninsula. The glassy building is constructed like a wave and looks magical at night when it’s illuminated. Even if you do not want to attend a concert you can visit this place just to admire the splendid building in the middle of HafenCity.
In Altona, which is a part of Hamburg, you can stroll along the world famous Fischmarkt (fish market) each Sunday. Besides fish you can also buy clothes, vegetables, fruits and souvenirs. An extraordinary attraction there are the market criers: They respectively try to be the loudest of them all to sell their goods. No matter if you like fish or not, you really should visit the Fischmarkt because of its unique atmosphere due to the cheerful people and its location next to the river.
Alster Round Trip
Getting an impression of the city is amazing while doing a round trip on the Alster Lake. The boat takes you as close as possible along the bank. Therefore you can discover the beautiful panorama of Hamburg with churches, bridges and its nature.
St. Michael’s Church
It is Hamburg’s best-known church and because of its stunning view over the city it’s very popular. The amazing architecture of the protestant church is an eye-catcher and also its eventful history is a reason more to visit it.
In the port of Hamburg you can find the so called Speicherstadt. It’s the world’s largest warehouse district and part of the UNESCO world cultural heritage. This nice area is not only worth a visit due to its beautiful buildings imbedded into the Elbe River but also because numerous attractions.