HAMBURG (Top 100 Places to visit):-
Hamburg located in northern Germany. This city is full of canals and also a major port city in Germany. It has more than 2,300 bridges – a greater number than Venice and Amsterdam combined.
City has an oceanic climate, influenced by its propinquity to the coast and marine air masses. That originate over the Atlantic Ocean. Geographically it located on the southern point of the Jutland Peninsula. This city has been an important financial centre for centuries and also the place of world’s second oldest bank, Berenberg Bank.
The city is a tourist destination for both domestic and global visitors, ranked 18th in the world for livability in 2016.In 2015 Speicherstadt and Kontorhausviertel were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
As of 2016 census total population of city is 1,860,759 with population density of 2,464/km2. The tourism sector employs more than 175,000 people full-time and brings in revenue of almost €9 billion, making the tourism industry a major economic force in the Hamburg Metropolitan Region.
Top Sight in Hamburg:-
the Speicherstadt is the world’s largest ware house complex where buildings stand on timber-pile foundations, oak logs, in particular cases. It located in the port of Hamburg, within the Hafen City quarter. A city in itself, the district extends over 26 hectares and comprises of 17 building complexes, each seven to eight stories high, with more than 300,000 square meters of storage area. One can easily see the great arcitectural work in Speicherstadt buildings
St. Nicholas’ Church –
147 Meter high St. Nicholas’ Church is also victim of World War 2 like other historical monuments of Europe .fortunately basic structure of church is still alive and still attracting tourist in large amount.
The Hamburg Museum-
The Hamburg Museum established in 1908 and now a protected national monument. This is best site for history lovers in Hamburg.
lodging the world’s biggest model railway, this is Hamburg’s biggest eccentric surprise, and packed to bursting every day. The place attracts everyone, with kids staring open-mouthed at fire engines and also steam trains whizzing past.