Short Sightseeing in Hamburg, Germany

The weather was cold and yes really very cold that you already need a winter jacket to keep you warm especially if you are walking along the piers or harbour promenade in Hamburg City. It was only September 28 but Hamburg was already having a cold temperature that time. I was still adjusting because I only had two days rest after I arrived from my one month US trip. Las Vegas is still hot on September and here I come again in a cold fall season in Germany.

It was only a short sightseeing we had in Hamburg. After a long trip from Bavaria, Germany and without really having a good sleep the night before, I really felt tired on that trip. I am also adjusting my the time difference between Las Vegas and Germany.

At least,  we had a short time walking around the pier in Hamburg and also visited the Reeperbahn. The latter might be a haven for those who want to party and have  good times. The area of Reeperbahn is said to be the largest red light district in Europe. I guess you know what I mean when I say red light district.

More updates about that short trip to  Hamburg soon. I have a lot of travel stories to tell but sometimes, time is just not enough.

The Landungsbrücken  or the Harbour  Promenade in Hamburg, Germany.
As Hamburg is one of the world’s largest harbours many visitors take one of the harbour and/or canal boat tours (Große Hafenrundfahrt, Fleetfahrt) which start from the Landungsbrücken

 
 

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