The impressive city of Hamburg is closely linked to the sea by the Elbe, which flows into the North Sea after a few kilometers. The large port welcomes many grandiose cruisers, and huge container ships load their goods in and out. Lower Saxony in the south and Schleswig-Holstein in the north are the immediate neighboring countries of the independent free Hanseatic city. The center is formed by the Alster, which is distinguished by the central part in the center and the outer part by a bridge. Around the Alster are the most luxurious hostels. But also in the neighboring city areas the guest can get a comfortable accommodation. Both businessmen and tourists like to come here. Especially during trade fairs, where the fairground is relatively central, Hamburg is prepared for the onslaught of numerous visitors.There are countless sights
Perhaps next to the trade fair visit there is still time to visit the interesting metropolis, which should not be missed. Therefore, if possible a few days longer should be planned. Whether it is an exciting harbor cruise, a shopping trip in the bustling city center, where the city hall is located, or the visit of the churches, the most impressive of which is the Michel. The visit of an entertaining musicals is just as varied as the strolling over the sinful St. Pauli by night. And in the early morning you will visit the famous fish market, which takes place every Sunday.The Hamburg Traffic Network
The best way to get there by public transport is by means of a very well developed transport network. The exhibition can also be reached comfortably in this way. Even if the hotel is located outside the city center, it is always easy to reach the city center and other parts of the city. With a convenient day ticket you can go all day with any local transport such as bus and suburban train, or even with the barge of the HVV on the Elbe, everywhere. Of course, there are also special buses that carry out city visits. And at the end of a visit of the beautiful metropolis with world format, the guest will say that he has not been here for the last time. Back home, the maritime flair of this harbor town is still a long time remembered. Not for nothing the Hamburgers love to sing the song: "Hamburg, my pearl ..."