Hamburg is a watery city, geographically, historically and atmospherically. It is Germany’s second largest city and lies on the Elbe River, for centuries a major port and trading centre for central Europe. T
he city has a network of canals that rival those of Venice (it is said to have more bridges than Venice) and is centred on two artificial lakes that take up eight percent of its total area. Probably because of all the water, Hamburg is also known as Germany’s 'green city', sporting 1,400 parks and gardens.
Modern buildings sit cheek by jowl with historic Baroque and Renaissance architecture, and by night the neon lights dazzle all-night revellers, particularly in the city’s notorious red light district, the Reeperbahn.
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