Irresistible IN-Sights of Hamburg Germany...

Hamburg City Tour: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 Forward to Hamburg City Hall

Hamburg is, after Berlin, Germany's second largest city.

In 1510, Hamburg were explained to a free realm city, by emperor Maximilian. In 1615, it got its first realm post office. The French occupation of 1806 and the continental barrier ruined the city completely.

From 1815 to 1866, the city belonged to the German federation.

In 1866, it joined the north German federation and became a sovereign Federal State in the German Reich.

Today, the city is one of 16 German States and has 1,734,000 inhabitants. wink

Hamburg Germany With "Freedom Of The Seas" & Landungsbrücken  [Photo: Torsten Bolten]
Landungsbrücken

Hamburg provides three cards, with which you have free usage of public transport and many other benefits (e.g. free entrance in museums and sights).

Whether the Hamburg Card, metropolcard, or Power-Pass (if you are under 30), cost vary from 7 EUR up to 99.90 EUR. You'll get it in the tourist offices, hotels as well as main sights.

Special Tip!Before you're going to use the Hamburg City Tour below go ahead and print&read my article about Hamburg with 5 additional Insider Tips!

The official Web site of the Hamburg Touristic Center might offer some good advice as well, by the way.

Now, go ahead and walk through this amazing city using the Hamburg City Tour navigation below or on top (or the links in the left hand side navigation).

Hamburg City Tour: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 Forward to Hamburg City Hall

City's Position

Map of Germany Showing Hamburg's Position [Image: opengeodb.de]

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