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10 attractions in Hamburg you must not miss

most people think automatically of Berlin or the Oktoberfest in Munich, if the trip goes to Germany.

But in fact it is several good reasons to think an extra time about Hamburg as a travel destination.

Rejseunivers Hamburg: the Danes ' secret travel tips

Megapolis is not only svinebillig to travel to, here are also lots of attractions and top class restaurants, which are just waiting to be discovered.

the Extra Leaf has a total of 10 things you must see in Hamburg.

Extra Magazine travel

With the Extra Leaf, we love to travel, and therefore we have set ourselves to make the absolute best travel guides to all the destinations, as the danes travel to.

Our travel guides are packed with inspiration, facts and tips for restaurants, sights and places where you will be staying. For each destination, we have allied us with a dane, who lives permanently at the destination, and therefore knows all the secret nooks and places that you otherwise would never find. And who knows about all turistfælderne, which you must avoid at all costs.

We call it the Danes ' secret travel tips

Hamburg seværdigheder1. Reeperbahn Hamburg

The 930-meter-long street is not for the faint of heart. Here is really walk in the street with fest, trouble and plenty of nightclubs and discos. Specifically stimler people together in the street that may well remind you of a larger and wilder version of the Virgin Ane Street. In addition to the celebration is the Reeperbahn district is also famous or infamous for its widespread prostitution, which especially takes place in bordelgade Herbertstrasse, which runs parallel with the Reeperbahn. Today is the street, however, not near as bad as in the past, when the sailors partied, when they went ashore in Hamburg.

2. Tierpark Hagenbeck

Hamburg's zoo has in many ways been a role model for the rest of the world's zoological parks. Here was f.ex. some of the first to yield cages with bars of steel with open enclosures surrounded by moats. This allowed the animals more square feet and more naturalistic conditions to live under, and the audience got a much better over - and insight in the animal nature. A nice afternoon tour.

3. Bundesliga-ball

German football is no longer just popular among the German, but eventually also in the rest of Europe, where you've got the eyes up for the German team. This is largely due to the German fans, who creates the completed great atmosphere in the many great stadiums around the country. In Hamburg one is favored with both the giant Hamburger SV and kultholdet St. Pauli, who each in their own way are excellent experiences, if you have the slightest interest in football.

4. The Ohlsdorf cemetery

It is perhaps not a particularly uplifting thought to strut around in a cemetery, when one is full of good mood on his vacation. But nevertheless, this is a quite spectacular one at that. The gigantic area is both beautiful, stemingsfuldt and steeped in history. Here are the memorials to the nazi-the victims, for the prisoners of war who perished during the Second world War, and key figures from Germany's anti-nazi forekæmpere. Two million people come here each year to commemorate their loved ones or simply go for a walk in the beautiful surroundings.

5. Skt. Michaelis church

Hamburg's most well-known and beautiful church, built in the 1700s in baroque style. It is possible to get up and enjoy the view over the city from the 132-metre high spire, which will be called 'Michel'. Especially on the days where there is extraordinarily open in the evening it is a pleasure with the panoramic view of the sunset over the harbour.

6. Miniatur Wunderland

One of the most popular attractions in Hamburg, is the giant modeljernbaneudstilling Miniatur Wunderland, which draws about a million visitors annually. A total of 1300 square feet making the exhibition the largest of its battles in the world, and it is guaranteed that the families will be able to get great pleasure of a trip in the mini-country.

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7. The port of hamburg

Hamburg is a port city with a large H, and therefore one cannot ignore a long walk on the dock area part of town. But it can be a good idea to take a pair of comfortable shoes on, for the over 800 year old port is one of the biggest in the world. You can also amuse yourself with a boat ride or a dinner at one of the many excellent seafood restaurants, which also has beautiful views over the water.

8. Kunsthalle Hamburg

the Works are Rembrandt, Edvarc Munch, Picasso and Caspar David Friedrich stands as some of the highlights of the gigantic art museum, which stretches over three interconnected buildings in the centre of Hamburg. In addition to the large art collection, the museum is also an architectural gem, which is worth spending an afternoon on.

9. Hamburg Fischmarkt

A must for foodies. Not only can you literally have your fingers in all sorts of fresh fish, seafood, exotic fruit and nuts, tea and many other specialities, the atmosphere in the 300 year old institution is great. The market, located under the open sky, is straight out of the old auction hall, where the day's catches for decades has been sold to the highest bidder merchants and restaurants. Be aware, however, that you need to get up early to reach the market is open on Sundays from 05-09.

10. Planten un Blomen

Plants and flowers. Some times you just need to call a spade a spade. And it is what the germans have done down the botanical garden in Hamburg. Nevertheless, this is a beautiful and excellent place to relax and get away from the hustle of the city. In summer of free theatre and music performances, and local inhabitants flock here.

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Bonus: the Binnenalster and Aussenalster

The two artificial landscaped lakes in the Hamburg city centre is a cornucopia of cafes, restaurants, shopping and beautiful squares and parks. Here is the city Ballindamm - the city's largest shopping centre, and in winter you can go ice-skating on the lakes. In september held the street market Alstervergnügen, which also offers numerous concerts and performances.

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