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As Germany’s second largest city, Hamburg is an important business hub while also being one of the country’s coolest places to visit. Hamburg’s distinct character comes from its waterfront location: home to Europe’s third largest port, it’s always been open to visitors and traders, now regularly ranked as one of the best places to live. Canals criss-cross the city, carving out charming, characterful neighbourhoods, each with their own style of restaurants and bars. Architecturally, Hamburg is just as impressive: here, ornate churches stand beside sleek office buildings, and art nouveau buildings lead to former WWII bunkers that now function as nightclubs. If you’re looking for a Hamburg hotel, Leonardo Hotel Hamburg City North, Leonardo Inn Hotel Hamburg Airport, Leonardo Hotel Hamburg-Stillhorn and Leonardo Hotel Hamburg Elbbrucken have all your holiday or business trip needs covered.
Get your bearings
See some of Hamburg’s most iconic sights by taking a river cruise of the harbour. The popular evening tour is ideal for those arriving on a late afternoon flight and takes in Hamburg port, HafenCity, the Elbe Philharmonic Hall and St. Pauli Piers. For those arriving a little earlier, the Kunstmeile, the city’s art mile, is the perfect introduction to Hamburg’s myriad cultural attractions. One ticket encompasses five art galleries and museums, and allows you to dip in and out for art taster sessions during your stay.
Hamburg’s warehouse district, known as Speicherstadt, is worth a visit for its beautiful brick work and ornate spiral staircases. This UNESCO World Heritage site is the world’s largest warehouse district and home to a number of museums, including the world’s largest model railway, Miniatur Wunderland.
While you’re there
Join locals by going shopping on Jungfernstieg, the city’s most famous boulevard. All the major fashion stores are here, as well as a number of popular coffee shops and restaurants. Every Christmas the winter market sets up along Jungfernstieg, with stalls selling one-off handmade items to mark the festive season.