Tourist Attractions in Hamburg

Tourist Attractions in Hamburg, Germany 

Hamburg is rightly referred to as the ‘Gateway to the World’. And it is the most fabulous city of Germany. Be it a marine charm or the lifestyle, this city has all the magic to sweep one off his or her feet. But if you think that these are just words on the internet, we’ve got proof. Check out this list of Tourist Attractions in Hamburg, Germany -a piece of evidence.

1. The Port Of Hamburg

Hamburg is well known for The Port of Hamburg. Here, you’ll find many of the city’s essential attractions. The most recent impressive inclusion to the waterfront is the Elbphilharmonie, locally known as Elphi.

2. Kunsthalle Hamburg

Kunsthalle Hamburg, one of the Germany’s best art galleries is set up in three different but connected buildings on the Glockengießerwal. It has number of altarpieces, works by local artists of the 14th century, and Dutch masters of the 16th and 17th centuries.

3. St. Michael’s Church

St. Michael’s Church, built between 1750 and 1762 is one of the city’s most important milestones. From its 132-meter-high tower, commonly known as “Michel” and reachable by stairs and an elevator, viewing platforms gives you an outstanding landscape of the city .

4. Ohlsdorf Cemetery

Ohlsdorf Cemetery is one of the most important as well as the world’s largest rural cemetery. Here you’ll find the Hamburg Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery, where more than 400 allied prisoners-of-war are buried, along with many who died in battles on German soil.

5. Planten un Blomen and Wallringpark

Wallringpark is a great recreational area that has some of the city’s most popular open spaces. The best of these beautiful parks is the Planten un Blomen, that has planting of a Platanus tree.


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