When we weren’t working hard at Canada House for the Reeperbahn festival, we were eating hamburgers and exploring Hamburg. We were lucky to have two great friends to serve as our tour guides and show us the interesting sights of Germany’s second largest city.
The port in Hamburg is the most significant economic unit of the city. It is the third biggest in Europe and stretches for kilometers along the River Elbe.
An old German WWII U-Boat now serves as a museum on the River Elbe
Canals wind through the downtown buildings
St. Nikolai Cathedral in the Autumn
A sunset view on the TV tower from the Skybar Hotel