The Hagenbecks zoo is home to countless species of animals, a tropical centre, a dolphin show, several restaurants and a ... More
The Hagenbecks zoo is home to countless species of animals, a tropical centre, a dolphin show, several restaurants and a beautiful recreation park. Some of the animals live in special rocky environments, others in spacious water holes. Besides regular attractions like feeding time and elephant and pony rides, there are also jungle nights in the summer. The 'zoo school,' horse-drawn carriage rides, and several playgrounds provide an abundance of entertainment for kids.
This city is Germany's best keept secret. The natural charm and beauty of this city are hard to beat. Great hotels like the Vier Jahreszeiten can make you feel like a King for a day or week if you stay long enough. The wine Restaurant Jacob, by the river serves the very best food and wine and you do not want to miss tasting it.The food served is amazing and creative. The people in Hamburg are outgoing fun, adventures and love visitors. I've always returned to this city when ever I'm in Europe and would never want to miss it. Thank you for such nice hospitality Humel Humel M M
It was a very interesting day at Hagenbecks Tierpark for me. You need a whole day to look at all the different animals there. So it whould be the best to be at the opening at 9 oclock at the gate. Enjoy your day there and relax a bit on the bench near a lake, while your hear the lions crying.
Hope you be there in the future!
Towards the end of the 17th Century wealthy Hamburgers began to build country houses with gardens in the fashion of
the Dutch and French baroque style. One of these houses is the Glockenhaus (bell house) at Billwerder Billdeich 72, ...
There are two main Tourist Information branches in Hamburg's inner city one in the harbour and the other in the
main railway station. Visitors can get good advice in several languages here, as well as guides to the sights, ...
The Hamburger Hafen, often referred to as the 'gateway to the world', has expanded a great deal since its founding,
prior to the 12th century. If the Alster is the soul of the city, then the harbor, pulsating the ...