Visit the Hamburg Dungeon if you are fearless and love history with suspense! The most terrifying and gruesome chapters from the past of Hamburg!
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany and Europe’s second-largest port. Often referred to as Germany’s “Gateway to the World,” Hamburg is one of the busiest harbors in Europe and the World. The charm of the city is in its harbor which lies right in the middle of the city and attracts national and international travellers. Hamburg is also a major location of the world’s aerospace industry right after Seattle (USA) and Toulouse (France). It is one of the most beautiful cities in Germany having a maze of canals that laces through the old city, a port with its wharfs, cranes, dry docks, and ships, tall spires of the most important Churches, some 2,500 bridges, more than London, Amsterdam and Venice put together and many parks and gardens are distributed over the whole city, making Hamburg a very verdant city. Some of the best tours in Hamburg include a tour to the several large museums and galleries showing classical and contemporary art like the Kunsthalle Hamburg with its contemporary art gallery, a tour to the Museum of Art and Industry and the Deichtorhallen (House of Photography. Hamburg has an excellent music scene with opera and orchestral performances happening all around the year.
The city's well-known orchestra groups include the North German Radio Symphony Orchestra, Philharmoniker Hamburg and the North German Radio Symphony Orchestra and catching a live performance is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Hamburg hosts regular festivals and events all through the year including street festivals like street festivals, such as the gay pride Hamburg Pride festival, the Alster fair and The Hamburger DOM which Germany's biggest funfair, held three times a year. Hamburg for centuries has welcomed merchants, traders, and sailors to a rich assortment of grand hotels, fine restaurants, bars and it continues to do so until this day.