Incredible Cities Of Germany – Part-II

Amazing Europe | | July 28, 2009 at 9:30 am


GermanyDusseldorf is the hub of the German fashion industry and the most expensive of all the German cities. It is an attractive city known for its brimming nightlife at Altstadt, cleanliness and urban culture. Explore the globally famed and elite shopping avenue of Königsalle, with its eastern section comprising of eminent fashion labels, plush shopping centres like Kö-Galerie, Sevens and Stilwerk amongst several others. The western section comprises of several top notch banks thus essaying the fact that money is being earned on one section and used up on the other section.

Medienhafen, the revived old harbour is a vastly modish section teeming with bold architecture, eateries, bars, clubbing spots, hotels and hi-tech offices. At the Andreaskirche church, the spiritually inclined can enjoy the weekend organ concerts while admiring the sights of twenty-two magnificent sculptures of apostles and several biblical notable figures with capricious stucco embellishments.

Germany cityLocated behind an heaving glimmering black disguise, is the fascinating K20 museum with its walls abounding with relics from the post WWII era along with works of art of chosen few eminent artists.

Altstadt, aptly dubbed the longest stretching bar in Europe with numerous pubs, bars and foodie joints, the famed dance area of Bilk quarter. Amongst notable hip joints is Anaconda, Ballermann 6, Club bizar, Club Natasha.

Hamburg, the second largest boom town in Germany is famed for its harbours. The splendid canals have garnered it the accolade of ‘Venice of the North’. The Hamburg cemetery is the biggest in the world.  One can explore the pristine Wittenberge Beach, taking a stroll through the attractive Blankenese district with its narrow alleys, quaint houses set on top of slopes overlooking the Elbe river. A must visit during late October is the Hamburg Film Festival. Hamburg has great eateries like the Suellberg, the Freudenhaus that offers German food in the infamous Reeperbahn red light district, Die Schwaebin for its fine Southern cuisine amongst others. One can explore the magnificence of the Hamburg Kunsthalle Art Musuem and the Maritime Museum or experience the Hamburg ballet considered best worldwide or the Hamburg opera.

GermanySt.Geog is believed to be Hamburg’s key scene for gays and lesbians with several gay clubs, cafes and shops. The yearly Christopher Street Day parade commences from Lange Reihe. A worth visit to the HafenCity, a 380 acre spanning redevelopment zone that is a reclamation effort of the much ignored industrial waterfront on the Elbe River. Other places of interest are the St. Michael’s Cathedral, the Neuer Wall Shopping, Old Tunnel, the Hamburg City Hall and the Chilehaus office structure.

Incredible Cities Of Germany – Part-I

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  1. Euroangel says:

    very informative blog..thanks for the good infos here and the visit!

  2. Ruby Benz says:

    wish to visit this city next time..thanks for sharing!

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