Hamburg

Despite being a large, sprawling city that covers almost as much ground as Berlin, Hamburg feels a lot more compact. The bulk of its major attractions and sights are between the Alster lakes to the north and the city’s harbor and the Elbe River to the south. At the center of the city are the Altstadt and Neustadt—the city’s historical core. East of the Altstadt is St. Georg, a major gay neighborhood. To the west of the Neustadt lie the nightlife district of St. Pauli and its neighbor the Schanzenviertel, while farther down the river are the more multicultural areas of Altona and Ottensen, and the quaint settlement of Blankenese. Just south of the Altstadt are the port-side districts of the Speicherstadt and the HafenCity.

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  • 1. St. Michaelis Kirche

    Neustadt

    The Michel, as it's called locally, is Hamburg's principal church and northern Germany's finest Baroque-style ecclesiastical building. Its first incarnation, built between 1649 and 1661...Read More

  • 2. St. Jacobi Kirche

    Altstadt

    This 15th-century church was almost completely destroyed during World War II. Only the interiors survived, and reconstruction was completed in 1963. The interior is not...Read More

  • 3. St. Katharinen Kirche

    Altstadt

    Founded in 1250 and completed in 1660, this house of worship was severely damaged during World War II, but has since been carefully reconstructed. The...Read More

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