Once you land in the beautiful city of Hamburg, you will be at loss of how you will manage to catch sight of all the mesmerizing sights on your trip. That is why it’s a good idea to make a plan of all the places you intend to see. While making your plans and to-do list, it’s also important to make sure you have chosen the best holiday deal for yourself.
Here are some places you must visit on your trip to Hamburg.
1. Walk Around The Magnificent Harbor
Your visit to Hamburg cannot be complete if you skip going to the Harbor. Even if you have not placed this on your must-to-see-places list, you should make it a point to explore the harbor. Hamburg is home to the second biggest seaport in Europe. On this port, over nine million containers and vessels are handled in a year. So make sure that you take a trip and walk along the harbor for some exciting sights.
2. Catch sight of Nikolaifleet, Known as Hamburg’s Prettiest Canal
The city of Hamburg has few canals to offer. Although it is a gorgeous city and has lots to offer as compared to Amsterdam, there are few canals to admire and catch sight of. If you wish to see these canals, you must visit Nikolaifleet, Hamburg’s Prettiest Canal.
3. Explore St Pauli Till Your Heart’s Content
Hamburg’s coolest neighborhood is considered to be St. Pauli, and rightly so. Almost every single door or wall is covered with vibrant artwork. You will find the streets lined with quirky cafes and small artsy stores where you can easily spend your entire day. You won’t even know where the time went when you explore the remarkable neighborhood of St. Pauli.
This neighborhood is not only known for its art, but also for its history. You will find yourself gone back in the historic days when you catch sight of the architecture, churches and old houses. Book yourself a walking tour and discover all that St. Pauli has to offer.
If you wish to gain the best experience of your trip to Hamburg, it is highly recommended that you book a stay here in St. Pauli. You will find many hotels and hostels with comfortable rooms and lodgings. You will find your stay and the food here fantastic, specifically the breakfast.
4. Visit Chocoversum Chocolate Museum
If you are a chocolate lover, a trip to Chocoversum Chocolate Museum will be the highlight of your day. Even if you are not a chocoholic, you will still enjoy a trip to this yummy museum. As soon as you step inside, you will be greeted with a lovely chocolate aroma that will make you feel all warm and fuzzy.
You will be taken on 90 minutes long German and English tours around the museum. Your tour guide will enlighten you with interesting history stories, fascinating facts regarding chocolate, and the best part, take you on a chocolate tasting.