A city that seems to fly under the radar of travel destinations: Hamburg, Germany

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  1. It’s funny how this pic has an Amsterdam like vibe, in its appearance. Except that the buildings have less of that traditional Dutch look, to them.

  2. Was here a few weeks ago, and it is definitely worth at least a day trip. And I echo other comments in recommending a visit to Minatur Wunderland.

  3. If youre interested in left-wing/anti-fa/squat culture/punk vibes its the place to go in Europe (alongside Copenhagen). The scale of that culture in Hamburg is incredible (basically all of St. Pauli). A football match there is a top recommendation

    1. And if you’re interested in fancy luxury Germany you can also go there. Really great city for so many reasons. Oh, and do get tickets for St. Pauli in time, they sell out quickly.

    1. The only people in the entire world who don’t believe in climate change are those in the Murdoch/Limbaugh/gop bubble of mental excrement, exclusively a phenomenon in the United States.

  4. I am born and raised in Hamburg and yes, I still love my City…;)

    Even thou the City gets more and more overcrowded and therefore quite “stressy”

    Yet, there are a lot of nice places to see : Harbour, Elbe (Lake) beach, Alster (Lake), “Speicherstadt”, the New Elbphilharmonic, and yes, also the Miniaturwunderland šŸ˜‰

    In 2016 Hamburg was on place 11 of the most visited cities in europe.

    I can recommend a visit – You are very welcome šŸ˜‰

  5. I thought Hamburg was fairly well known?

    Not the top tourist Rome-Paris-London-Barcelona-etc level, but the next level down for sure.

    1. Same here. I thought it was at least on the level of say Reyjavik(Iceland), Seville(Spain), Manchester(England), Budapest(Hungary), or Edinburgh(Scotland, UK), for being known.

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