Hamburg occupies a leading position in the list of cities tourism in Germany, the most visits to the abundance of the most beautiful tourist sites in Hamburg.
The city is surrounded by many lakes and is considered one of the greenest cities in Germany because of its many parks, gardens, canals and lakes.
One of the most important and modern halls of classical music “Philharmony” in the world, It was opened after ten years of construction and processing.
Hamburg’s new landmark was built in a warehouse that was dedicated in the 1960s to the storage of tea, tobacco and cocoa, and overlooking the port of Hamburg in the form of a floating ship.
Music lovers are keen to judge for themselves what they have heard about the sound system in this house or the main hall, which seats up to 2,100 seats, not more than 30 meters from the venue of the conductor.
Hamburg’s commercial hub, which has now become a media center full of elegant shops, hopes to attract more tourists to Germany’s second-largest city.
St. Michael’s Church
The Church of St. Michael is only a few blocks away from the Landungsbruecken. This terrible church was built in the middle of the 17th century and is characterized by the terrible Baroque architecture, while at present it is the symbol of one of the most beautiful attractions in Hamburg.
The most famous street in Hamburg is the Reeperbahn, the legendary entertainment district road and the city’s red light. For an eclectic blend of bars and restaurants alongside strip clubs and exciting museums that bring the Beatles, who began their international careers in Hamburg in 1960.
Miniature Wanderland Hamburg presents models and features of all the tourist attractions in Germany and the other world famous buildings built in a wonderful and accurate way by the twins Gerrit and Frederick Brown.
These miniature models make a 12,000-meter-long rail to be the largest in the world.
Hagenbeck Zoo is one of the most important zoos and one of Hamburg’s tourist attractions. The park is unique where animals are exposed outside the cages. This zoo contains many different animals such as monkeys, lions, elephants, birds and others.
The Hagenbeck Zoo has been opened for 100 years, with about 1,850 animals from all over the world.
Hamburg Fish Market
Enjoy fresh seafood, exotic fruits, nuts, and tea from all over the world – the Hamburg Fish Market is a must for all food lovers. The outdoor market, right next to the historic fish auction hall, is open on Sunday between 5 and 9 am and so gets up early to get the best you can buy from the boat.