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After Berlin, the Free Hanseatic City of Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany and the capital of the city state of Hamburg. Together with the city of Lubeck, Hamburg founded the origins of the Hanseatic League in 1241. Even before this date and continuing into modern times the city has been a great port and one of Europe's major trading centers. The port is the second largest in Europe, according to the amount of containers moving in, and covers 6480 hectares of land.

Next to the port, which provides for a continuous flow of employees of industrial and commercial sectors, Hamburg is also a city well-known for its trade fairs and conventions. Hamburg is also one of the biggest musical sites around the world, ranking third behind New York and London. On three big stages you can visit popular musicals like "The Lion King," "The Phantom of the Opera" or "Sister Act". Invite your family and book one of our holiday accommodations in Hamburg on to experience an unforgettable evening in the metropolis of the North Sea.

Moreover, not only is a visit to the musical in Hamburg worthwhile for families and business travelers who want to relax after work, but the city has much more to offer: the tower of the former church of St. Nikolai remains as a memorial against war and reaches as the second-tallest building in Hamburg towards the sky and can be ascended by elevator. After a refreshing night in your holiday home Hamburg, you can then marvel at architecture in both classic brick and modern glass and steel structures, including the iconic St Michael's Church, the Colonnade in the inner city and the Elbe Philharmonic as a yet unfinished major project on the port.

In addition to numerous museums and theaters Hamburg has to offer a special kind of zoo with the Hagenbeck Zoo: in 1907 animals were first shown in outdoor enclosures without restraining cages, which can be regarded as a model for all modern zoos. A cheap place to stay in the vicinity of this hamburger institution you can surely find amongst our holiday accommodations in Hamburg at

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Hamburg sightseeing

Hagenbeck Zoo
From modest beginnings as an animal exhibitor in the late 19th Century developed the largest zoo in private hands from 1907 on with the opening and patenting of the first open-air enclosures without keeping animals in cages. Over 1 million visitors each year can enjoy over 200 animal species live in natural surroundings on over 25 hectares.
St. Michaelis
The most important Baroque church in northern Germany is the city’s main Protestant church - called "Michel" by the citizens of the city. For the sailors it was an important guide as it was easily visible from the sea.

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