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Approximately 1,700,000 people live in this part of Hamburg.
This destination is located 8 miles southeast of Schenefeld, and 160 miles northwest of Berlin, the country's capital.
If you're travelling with the entire family, trips to the Hamburger Dom and Alster-Schwimmhalle will no doubt be a winner. If you're hunting for a bit more adventure, the UCI Kinowelt Mundsburg and the UCI Kinowelt Othmarschen Park are a couple of additional options.
Dive into a magical underwater world that's overflowing with aquatic life at Tropen-Aquarium Hagenbeck. Actually, on second thoughts, it might be better to remain on dry land. Some of these critters aren't to be messed with!
Are you kids curious about wildlife? Take them to the Hagenbeck Zoo, where inquisitive young minds can learn about what an animal eats, the sounds it makes and much, much more!
Do you and your pals enjoy a few cold ones every now and then? See if there are any tours available and pick the brains of the experienced brewers at the Holsten Brewery.
Challenge the house at the Casino Reeperbahn. If you can't get enough of the glittering casino lights and energetic atmosphere, then the Casino Esplanade should be your next stop.
This destination takes its plant collecting seriously, so there are a range of places where you can go and admire botanic species from both local and international habitats. A walk around the manicured gardens at the Botanical Gardens and the Planten un Blomen is not to be missed. For those who are more committed, the Loki Schmidt Garden and the Old Botanic Garden Hamburg also have some delightful floral exhibits.
Cast off your shoes and feel the grass under your feet at an urban oasis like the Japanese Garden or Stadtpark. Also think about sitting back and whiling away a little time at Heiligengeistfeld or Alsterpark.
Whether you want to go on a tour or buy a ticket to somewhere fabulous, HafenCity InfoCenter is at your service! Its friendly team of local experts will make sure you get the most out of your stay in Hamburg.
The tranquil sounds of lapping water and lively waterbirds at Eichbaum Lake and Allermoeher Lake guarantee you an easy day out. To enjoy some more respite by the waterside, take a trip out to Stadtpark Lake.
You probably already know about its best shopping centres or squares, but don't forget that Hamburg has some remarkable natural attractions too. Oejendorfer Park and Niendorfer Gehege are two to think about. For those who haven't completely recharged, Die Reit Nature Reserve and Boberger Niederung Nature Reserve are two more worth checking out.
The Hamburger Kunsthalle and the Miniatur Wunderland are tranquil places to collect your thoughts. Take a look at the engaging exhibits and ask the friendly staff about guided tours and other special happenings! Want more? Also go to the Cap San Diego and the Lufthansa Technik AG.
Ahoy me hearties! It's time to board ship and learn about the region's maritime past at the Rickmer Rickmers and the Harbour Museum Oevelgoenne. Once you've got your sea legs, set sail for the U-Boat U-434 Museum and the Harbour Museum Hamburg for even more interesting stories and artifacts.
You'll find all sorts of specimens and other items from the natural world at the Museum of Ethnology and the Helms-Museum. To uncover more of our planet's riches, continue onwards to the Museum für Völkerkunde and the Wasserkunst Kaltehofe.
Art fans come from all over the globe to experience Hamburg's celebrated collections, and the Arts and Crafts Museum and the Deichtorhallen are usually among the first stops on their lists. The Bucerius Kunst Forum and the Altona Museum should also be on your radar.
Find out about the influence that Hamburg's past figures and events had on the country, and sometimes the world, at the Hamburg Dungeon and the Ballinstadt Auswanderwelt Hamburg. The German Customs Museum and the Museum of Work are also worth dropping by if you'd like a better understanding of the past.
Want to know more about Hamburg's past? Plan an outing to Hamburg City Hall and the University of Hamburg. If you have time up your sleeve, Jewish Cemetery and Hamburg Messe and Congress should also be on your itinerary.
If you find it difficult keeping up with the Joneses, consider for a second the neighbours of Bergedorfer Castle. The grand architecture and luxurious furnishings of this stately dwelling would be almost impossible to beat.
Are you interested in religion? Learn about the area's relationship with faith at St. Michaelis Church and St. Peter's Church. St. Catherine's Church and Martinskirche are also key pieces of the city's cultural identity.
When you're venturing to new lands, keep in mind that it's sometimes the less popular attractions that you'll most fondly recall once you're home. Some places which fit that bill here are Beatles Platz and Gansemarkt. And there is also the International Garden Show Hamburg and Peterstrasse.
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