Hamburg is one of the 16 federal states of the Federal Republic of Germany. The government and parliament have their common seat in the Rathaus or City Hall.
Hamburg more than holds its own on the international stage thanks to high economic output and what promises to be a bright future.
The Hamburg Metropolitan Region covers 19 districts in the neighbouring states.
Hamburg has a wide selection of museums and galleries to explore, ranging from major art collections, exciting historical exhibitions to fun-filled attractions for children.
Hamburg's City Hall is an impressive and eclectic building.
Many people left Europe from the "port of dreams" in Hamburg to start a life in the new world.
The Alster lake, in the heart of the city, is one of the main attractions of Hamburg.
Due to the Elbe river, Hamburg is a very important economic power.
Moin, Moin … welcome to the Hamburg Fischmarkt on the river Elbe
HafenCity is a quarter of superlatives built at the Hamburg Harbour.
Jungfernstieg is one of the most exquisite shopping streets in the world.
Looking for an accommodation nearby your favorite sight or place in Hamburg? Find your hotel in the midst of budget, mid-range and luxury houses here!
Known as the “Michel”, it is the most famous church in Northern Germany.
The Reeperbahn is one of Hamburg’s most popular streets.
Pictures of the Alster in Hamburg
The location of the City Hall is south of the Binnenalster
Pictures of Hamburg Harbour
Pictures of Hamburg Harbour at night
In the middle of the town the HafenCity is built at Hamburg Harbour
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