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City Sporthafen Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany

City Sporthafen Hamburg is situated in the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Germany’s second-largest city after Berlin. It’s a great docking place in the middle of the city for those who want to visit the former member of the Hanseatic League. Hamburg marina hosts during its yearly birthday celebration, a floating boat celebration called “hanseboot”, an event that makes the port an attraction for water sports enthusiasts. Inside the city limits, Hamburg offers its guests a number of tourist attractions. City tours are offered to visitors, which will take them to the city hall, St. Michael’s Church or Hamburg’s warehouse district Speicherstadt. Landungsbrucken, the city’s promenade is the place where boat tours are organised on the canals that go inside and around the city area. Music enthusiasts and Beatles fans can visit Reeperbahn, one of Hamburg’s nightlife centres where the famous Liverpool-based band had some small concerts at the start of their career.

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Cancellation Policy of City Sporthafen Hamburg : restrictive

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Attractions in Hamburg

Also known as “The free city”, Hamburg is the second densely populated areas in Germany. Hamburg is a beautiful province situated in the north part of Germany with instant access to two major rivers of the country: Alster and Bille. This magnificent region is the ideal vacation destination for tourists who want to enjoy spending time in nature as well as experiencing the cultural and historical heritage of Germany.

Hamburg was a strategic settlement of German troops during the 2nd World War and suffered immense reconstruction since then. The buildings were all constructed in different architectural styles and give this area a bit of variety. While wandering the streets, you can still see the buildings that survived the war. They are now cultural landmarks, and most of them serve as memorial houses. 

Hauptkirche Sankt Michaelis or Saint Michael’s Church is the most famous religious establishment in Hamburg and offers tourists&rsquo... more info