Do You Have a Germany Bucket List as a Travel Dream Destination?

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Germany Bucket List: Hamburg is Germany's Nominee for the 2024 Olympic Games

Hamburg is Germany’s Nominee for the 2024 Olympic Games – image: PRNewswire

This week, the General Assembly of the German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) voted in favor of Hamburg, Germany as the official German nominee for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The north German city of Hamburg prevailed over the city of Berlin and aims to present games with short distances, on the water and in the heart of Europe’s second largest port.

In honor of Hamburg Germany being put forth as an Olympic city contender, here are 8 things you can do in Hamburg, Germany if you have a Germany bucket list:

1. Miniatur Wunderland.

Miniatur Wunderland hosts the world’s largest model railway exhibition.

2. Alter Elb tunnel.

The Alter Elb tunnel is a Hamburg landmark, a tourist attraction and a historical monument.

3. Hamburger Kunsthalle.

The Hamburger Kunsthalle is an art museum where 200 masterpieces are a part of the permanent art collection.

4. City Centre

Home of the Hamburg historical Town Hall in the middle of the city centre.

5. Krameramtsstuben.

The historic district of Hamburg that gives you a glimpse of what life was like in Hamburg in the 17th century.

6. Der Fischmarkt.

There is no longer fish in Hamburg, but this open air market is a popular attraction.

7. Harbor cruise River Elbe.

A river cruise is a great way to see the city by taking one of the many day cruises offered, with boat operators departing from the Landungsbrucken pier to for the River Elbe.

8. Planten und Blomen Park.

Planten und Blomen is Hamburg’s most popular park–considered an oasis in the middle of the city.

If you haven’t already, be sure to make Hamburg a part of your Germany Bucket List.

To your travel dreams!

Natasha von Geldern
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