Hamburg, also know “North Veneza” because the watercourses and canals.
The city won the award Travellers Choise 2012.
Hamburg has a wide selection of museums and galleries to explore, ranging from major art collections and exciting historical exhibitions.
International Maritime Museum:
This private maritime collection, the largest in the world, has been housed in the historic Kaispeicher B warehouse in the Harbour City since 25 June 2008. In its first year, over 150,000 people have already visited the privately managed seafaring museum.
The Hamburger Kunsthalle on GlockengieBerwall is the largest art museum in Germany. The Italian Renaissance style building from the year 1869 later received port modern additions to its structure.
The Hamburger Kunsthalle is the largest art museum in Germany. The highlights of the collection are the medieval alters of Master Bertram and Master Francke, Dutch paint work of the 17century, paintings of the German romanticism period,.impressionism and classic modernism, as well as international contemporary art as of 1950.
Museum fur Kunst und Gewerbe:
The museum displays collections and exhibitions of arts and craft, interior design and photography from Europe, the Middle and Far East. The collections span all periods of time from the Ancient World to the present day.
Der König Der Löwen:
A wide range of choices and has the presence of names like: Barbara Becker and Sarah Wiener.
The Deichtorhallen is one of the best known exhibition galleries worldwide, with a remarkable hall for contemporary art.
Exhibiting more modern art, fine collections by famous masters can also be found at smaller privately owned art galleries in Hamburg.
Peter Borchardt Gallerie:
The Peter Borchardt Galerie is one of Hamburg’s leading contemporary art galleries. Rainer Fetting, Helle Jetzig, Seamus Nicolson and Eun Nim Ro have appeared here.
Other renowned artist like Robert Schad, Rik van Iersel (NL) and Markus Willeke have all played a part in the success of the Peter Borchardt Galerie. Of late the gallery has also become famous for its influence into the world of architecture and design.
Very lovely gift shop with a beautiful collection of little handcrafted art pieces, souvenirs and other special things.
The Design Center Hamburg, HHDC, is an independent agency, that project for the development of communication strategies, highly creative solutions and outstanding design.
Points of Interest
The main and most attractive tourist sights are:
Situated in 2º busiest port in Europe with 300 years of existence.
Destric of market:
With imposing redbrick architecture.
First most extravagant buildings of the city)
Representationsof the cityin miniature.
Don’t forget to visit the streets DeichstraBe (old shopping street, with residential houses and buildings for the XVII and XIX century);
Contless restaurants are also found in this street and on the street Reeperbahn (most famous street of Hamburg, for their entertainment and leisure).
Walk on fresh air of the city in Park Planten Un Blomen.
Country Club Living
Country Club Manor:
A place where outstanding golf and unique club activities co-exist on an unequaled wooded preserve.