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Back to Hamburg

TripAdvisor suggests that senior visitors spend at least three days on your visit to Hamburg.  That usually is minimum for truly becoming aquainted with any major city. Perhaps About.Com will fill your day with a very nice itinerary. This sightseeing tour of Hamburg will provide you with a nice overview of the city…a little like that bus tour I like to take in large cities I’m visiting.

The cruise on the Elbe is a “biggie” allowing you can take in the beautiful harbor and see the shipping activity that still exists in Hamburg. My brother-in-law would not want to miss the Miniatur Wunderland. It’s the world’s largest model train exhibit, and still growing. See trains running through re-creations of Hamburg and the coast, Austria, the Grand Canyon and Scandinavia.

Senior visitors will find that Hamburg has beautiful historic buildings and several large parks and gardens where you can walk, enjoy the beauty and history and not spend any money.

The Familiar TOP TEN for Senior Visitors

Find out here what to do in Hamburg, Germany’s second largest city. You’ll want to try to focus your stay on Hamburg’s top ten attractions and sights that no senior visitor should miss. Reeperbahn the most famous street in the city is both interesting and fascinating and includes the Red Light District of the city. No visit of Hamburg is complete without a visit to Reeperbahn, Hamburg’s legendary nightlife mile.

Due to its northern location and westerly winds, which blow in moist air from the North Sea, Hamburg senior visitors should always be prepared for rain. Hamburg International Airport, which opened in 1911, is Germany’s oldest airport still in operation; in the recent years, it has undergone major modernization and offers now a new airport hotel, shopping malls, and modern architecture.

Seems like there are so many MUST SEE sites and TripAdvisor is no exception. US News continues with additional advice for senior visitors. How about 734 MUSTS?  Virtual Tourist really covered their bases here.

Looks like you just can’t go wrong in Hamburg folks. So, “wie sie sagen in deutscher Sprache auf Wiedersehen und gute Reise”. All that just to say “Have a Nice Trip!”  jeb

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