A few words used to describe Hamburg have been vibrant, colorful, interesting, alive and enlightening.
After moving to Germany, I have asked nearly every one of my clients was their favorite city in Germany is and at least 80% reply with Hamburg.
They say it is a city that is breathtaking with its many canals, lakes, old architecture and harbor.
To make things even better, this city is very green and has many parks. The side streets and old houses are painfully adorable. The city has so much history and we will get a sense of it as we walk around the streets.
About this class
Number of participants 4 (spouse can join for an additional fee)
Duration 6 days
Date June 16-21, 2019
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We will enjoy a guided tour through the Elbphilharmonie where we will be taken through the old Kaispeicher warehouse, the Plaza, the foyer areas and the heart of the Elbphilharmonie, the Grand Hall.
In addition to exciting stories about the beginnings of the Elbphilharmonie and details about the architecture of the new Hamburg landmark, we will also get plenty of information on the operation of the concert hall and its music programming.
HARBOUR BOAT TOUR
Enjoy an exciting 1-hour harbor cruise and explore the city of Hamburg from the water.
Learn interesting facts about Hamburg as you cruise past the Speicherstadt, HafenCity, the numerous bridges over the Elbe River, and the busy container terminals.
THE HAMBURGER KUNSTHALLE
The Hamburger Kunsthalle is the art museum of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Germany. It is one of the largest museums in the country. The name 'Kunsthalle' indicates the museum's history as an 'art hall' when founded in 1850.
International Maritime Museum
The world's largest private collection of maritime treasures.
Maritime Museum and Hamburg – They clearly belong together. The Hanseatic city without shipping in unimaginable, and a visit to the International Maritime Museum in Hamburg is a must for everyone who is enthusiastic about the various aspects of the sea and seafaring. The International Maritime Museum Hamburg tells the stories of explorers and conquerors, captains and simple seafarers, and it offers an expedition through 3,000 years of human history.
St. Michael's Church
St. Michael's Church, colloquially called Michel, is one of Hamburg's five Lutheran main churches and the most famous church in the city. St. Michaelis is a landmark of the city and it is considered to be one of the finest Hanseatic Protestant baroque churches.
This one of the world's oldest, and one of Europe's most visited planetariums. It is located in the district of Winterhude, Hamburg, Germany, and housed in a former water tower at the center of Hamburg Stadtpark
A model railway attraction like you’ve never seen. This is the largest of its kind in the world. The railway is located in the historic Speicherstadt district of the city.
This impressive construction was built over 17 years and covers 1500 sq. meters.
You can travel right across Europe and to America.