Hamburg is one of the largest cities in Germany. It has nearly 2 million inhabitants and is located at the river Elbe. It is famous for its port which is one of the biggest in Europe. The places listed below are just a small selection of famous places in Hamburg. There are a lot more and for further information we refer to the Tourist Information Hamburg.
The Speicherstadt in Hamburg is the largest warehouse district in the world. It has the status of UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are several museums located in some of the buildings. However, a majority of the buildings is still used as warehouses for goods like carpets, tea and spices.
The Reeperbahn is the central street in the entertainment district of St. Pauli, a district of Hamburg. The large number of discos, bars and nightclubs has earned her the nickname "the most sinful mile in the world". There are many theaters nearby that are the setting for, e.g., large musical productions.
The Hamburger Hafen (port of Hamburg) is the biggest sea port of Germany and the third biggest in Europe. There are harbour round trips offered which allow a spectacular view on the scene of Hamburg. For further information we refer to the website of the port of Hamburg and the Tourist Information of Hamburg.
The Alster is a tributary of the Elbe and joins the Elbe in the center of Hamburg. The waters of the Alster offer a great opportunity for beautiful walks and are often the scene of beautiful sun drifts in the evenings. Nearby the river, a lot of sites and shops are located.
Planten un Blomen
Planten un Blomen is a park in the center of Hamburg. In summer, public theater performances and musical performances take place there. Regardless of events, the park is a popular destination because of its beautiful gardens. For more information we refer to the website.
Timmendorf Beach is a municipality in the east of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany and is a popular vacation destination. The events and places listed below are just a selection of the most famous events and places in Timmendorf. For more information we refer to the Tourist Information of Timmendorf.
Timmendorf also has many restaurants. A small selection is summarized in the following map.
Jazz Baltica is a festival taking place from June 18 to June 21, 2020 in Timmendorf Beach. For most of the concerts a ticket is needed. However, some of them are for free. The opening concert on June 18, 2020 is expected to be freely accessible. For more information, please visit the website.
Vogelpark Niendorf is a bird park with numerous native and exotic bird species. With over 1,000 birds from over 250 different species, it is one of the largest bird parks in Germany. For information regarding animals and ticket prices we refer to the website.
Sea Life Timmendorf
The Sea Life Timmendorf is an indoor aquarium with many domestic but also exotic marine animals such as octopodes, clownfish, and black reef sharks. For more information on animals and ticket prices we refer to the website.
The Ostsee Therme is a water and sauna area in Timmendorf. For further information we refer to the website.