Senior Travel in HamburgEdit This
Germany offers plenty to do when it comes to Hamburg senior
travel, including museums, boat tours and shopping. There are plenty
of must do's in the city, depending on the time of year you travel.
Wasswe Light spiele
During the summer months there is a spectacular music light show
located in Planten en Blomen Park, which is in the center of Hamburg.
Music is played on a fountain organ and the water is
choreographed beautifully with the music and colored lights. It's a
favorite of visitors of all ages, but especially for Hamburg senior
Miniatur-Wunderland offers fun for the kid in all of us. It's the
world's greatest railway. Allow at least a half of a day to see just
parts of this privately owned display. It is a popular place and enjoyed
by those of you that appreciate model railways. The trains are set up to
travel through well mapped out landscapes of the world.
Grosse Bleichen and Neuer Wall Street Shopping
One of the favorite Hamburg Senior Travel spots is Grosse Bleichen and Neuer Wall Streets. This area is home to some of the oldest and and most well known shops in Hamburg. Although there is a lot of shopping, the stores are not located in one area and it could be a bit of a walk from shop to shop. There are less expensive shopping areas located on Spitalstrasse and Mönckebergstrasse. Hamburg has nine larger shopping malls, but it's on Mönckebergstrasse Street that you will find the department stores. This area is filled with more traditional shopping.
This fish market has been a tradition in Hamburg since 1703. It is open on Sundays at 7 am, and 5 am in the summer months. There is a large
variety of products including flowers, plants, fruit, vegetables, pets and of course, fish. You will find taverns in close proximity to the
The Hamburg Harbor is a great place to find Hamburg senior travel things
to do. It is the fourth largest port in Europe and the largest in
Germany. It is located on the River Elbe, and here you can take a harbor
cruise, a canal cruise, shop, view ships including the Cap San Diego
which is also a museum, enjoy music and eat. If you do not want to pay
the price of the tours, hop abord the Hadag Ferry, which is public
transportation, and enjoy the view of the harbor. This area offers many
options of fun and interesting things to do for senior travelers.
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