Hamburg - cosmopolitan city and seaport

Giving home to 1.7 million inhabitants, Hamburg has acquired the title of being the second largest city in Germany. The port of Hamburg is a gateway to the world. The river Elbe provides direct access to the North Sea.

The lake Alster, located in the center of the city of Hamburg, attracts sailors, walkers, athletes and tourists alike. Hamburg owns more bridges than Venice, Amsterdam and London combined. Thanks to a broad access to harbour cruises and a large number of boat rentals, everybody can explore the waterways under the bridges.

Public parks and recreation areas can be found in the whole urban area, making Hamburg a very green city. The landscaped park Planten und Bloomen is located in the city centre, close to the Chamber of Commerce and the exhibition centre of Hamburg.

The Hamburg State Opera House is one of the leading stages of the world. A broad range of numerous museums and theatres attract millions of visitors each year. St. Pauli and the trendy district of the "Schanzenviertel" offer a variety of bars, pubs, clubs and restaurants. The fish market, the grasslands at the Alster and the old warehouse district are world-famous.

The Hanseatic City of Hamburg is a logistic platform for all types of goods in Northern Europe and a central gateway for the oversea trade of the Baltic residents. The port of Hamburg in particular serves as a trade gateway to the world. In addition to the port, Hamburg is also a major location for airfreight. Thanks to this optimum of transport connection, Hamburg is the perfect venue for the International Yacht Forum. And it's always worth a visit.


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