D-Day, June 6, 1944. It was the day of the Allied invasion of Normandy via the coastline. So many soldiers met a horrible death that day. Now the same beach is the setting for a family day out. Children play with a plastic shovel or a kite, and a couple walks their dog. What a bitter contrast.
If you want to escape the city and do something different in Hamburg, go to Gut Karlshöhe. This is an educational center for sustainability where you can experience all kinds of things. Like blacksmithing and cheese fondue in the woods – a perfect day trip in Hamburg!
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany. It is so big that it is impossible to see all the sights of Hamburg in one weekend. So you really have to make some choices, and of course, I’m happy to help you with that.
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany and a port city. There is plenty to do, but what if you are short on time? Do you have only one day to explore? Then this is a great schedule for 24 hours in Hamburg.
What is it like to go through life deaf? Or blind? In Hamburg, I experience it for a few hours at Dialoghaus. What an extraordinary experience! I am 200% convinced that you should go too.
Inimitable German rap, loud guitars, string quartets, sweet-voiced girls, many indie bands, and more. The Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg is all over the place, and I love it!
Did you know that Hamburg in Germany is quite a music-oriented city? I didn’t until I visited the Reeperbahn Festival, and my whole weekend was dedicated to music. Check out my tips to bring some music to your city trip to Hamburg!
Have you seen all of Hamburg’s sights? Time to sleep! Of course, you want to pick the best place to stay for your city trip to Hamburg. These are my recommendations for hotels and hostels in Hamburg.