Hamburg is not only the second largest city in Germany, the eighth largest city in the European Union, has the second largest port in Europe but is also known as one of the most charming and beautiful cities in Germany. It sounds like worth visiting, doesn't it? :) Because of all the positive feedback I heard and read, we decided to experience this city and make our own opinion about it. My impressions with small comments, like usually, you can find in the pictures below. I hope you like them as much as I do. Have a good evening! ;) 
Old-town. Typical red brick houses, massive, a little bit "heavy" architecture, as the result I would describe this city in three words: sustainable, qualitative, powerful
Have you known, that Hamburg has over 2300 bridges and it is more than London, Amsterdam and Venice put together? :)
Typical port view: romantic and industrial at once

Original Mercedes Benz :)
Hamburg's old fish market. Sadly, we came a little bit too late, so everything we found were a pile of rubbish  and seagulls. 
Hamburg is a major transport hub and is one of the most affluent cities in Europe.
Me making a quick shot for my instagram feed
On the right: Hamburg's beautiful city hall
Charming night panorama in the city center
Visiting Miniatur Wunderland - the miniature museum- an original attraction, with is really worth a visit.
Amazing airport transformation into a miniature. These planes are flying, landing, driving not to forget all the light and sound installations! 
It is the world's largest model railway museum with 12 km (7.46 mi) total railway length.
Neuschwanstein castle as a barbie house and this wonderful building in the reality:
Expressive moments although they are approximately 2 centimeters high- real masterpiece of handicrafts. 
Not for all eyes noticeable: there are lot of sense of humor hidden behind the miniature reality. So attention is needed in order to see it. :)
For all women over there... :) 

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