About Hamburg


Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany. Its official name is Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg and it is a beautiful place to be in. Both domestic and overseas tourists flood this city from time to time. The Hamburg City Hall is a magnificent structure and one of the major tourist destinations of the city. It is situated near the Binnenalster, the Jungfernstieg and the central station and is thus easily accessible. This hall is Hamburg’s sixth and its eclectic design appeals to all. It is huge in size with over 647 rooms and a tower that is … Continue reading


The Church of Saint Nicholas in Hamburg is now in ruins but still serves as a memorial and an important architectural landmark of the city. The church was the tallest building in the world from 1874 to 1876 and is still the second-tallest building in Hamburg next to the TV tower. The Church is in a ruined condition owing to the air raids during the World War II followed by its demolition in 1951. It was only 1990s that the ‘Rescue the Church of St. Nicholas foundation’ took up the responsibility of its restoration with the support of the city … Continue reading


Hamburg, the second largest city in Germany, is a major transport hub in Northern Germany and is one of the most affluent cities in Europe. It is also very popular with tourists who flock here at the first opportunity. St. Michaelis, or Michel as it is popularly known, is one of the major tourist attractions of this city. It is one of the five Protestant churches of Germany. Its architecture is a fresh change from that of the old churches. Its baroque style spire, the large bronze statue of Archangel Michael to whom the church is dedicated all show remarkable … Continue reading


The Hamburger Dom is a large carnival held at Heiligengeistfeld fair ground, in Hamburg. It is probably the longest fair in Germany since it consists of three parts being held in spring, summer and winter each. For all those adventurous people who love thrilling rides, funfair games and just the glamour and lights of a carnival, the Dom is the perfect place to be. It attracts the largest number of tourists in the whole of Germany. The winter festival is called the Winterdom or Dommarkt, the summer festival is called Sommerdom or Hummelfest and the spring festival is called the … Continue reading


Right in the heart of Hamburg, there are a lot of green spaces which not only add to the scenic beauty of the city but also provide lot of opportunities for recreation, outdoor activities and family bonding. Hamburg’s Hayns Park, City Park (Stadtpark) and Volkspark Altona are known for sunbathing, picnicking, cycling, jogging and even boating. Some of the choicest parks and gardens in Hamburg are: Planten un Blomen Klosterwall 8, Hamburg, D-20095, Germany, DE the name of this garden draws inspiration from the old Hamburg vernacular for ‘plants and flowers’. The garden has a varied range of flora and … Continue reading

In and around Hamburg


Altona 9 Hotels

Eimsbüttel 1 Hotels

Fuhlsbüttel 1 Hotels

Hamburg Mitte 1 Hotels

Harburg 19 Hotels

Harvestehude 1 Hotels

Nord 1 Hotels

St. Pauli 1 Hotels