Hamburg is the gateway to the world. Situated on the Elbe River between the North and Baltic Seas, Hamburg prides itself on its medieval history as a Free City and a key member of the Hanseatic League. The city was an important port of departure for immigrants to the New World, and its trade routes still extend around the world.
The city is best known for its famous port area, the Port of Hamburg. In addition to being a major transport hub, Hamburg has become one of the most important commercial and cultural centers in Europe, as well as a major tourist destination.
* DOES NOT include meals: We will take detours to different grocery store locations for your grocery shopping meals.
Saturday 19 and Sunday 20
* dates may vary 1 or 2 days
Round trip flights. Meeting of the ELI group and departure from Dublin airport.
Hop aboard your morning flight to Hamburg.
Welcome to Hamburg! It’s time to settle in and meet our tour guide and other group members before enjoying a walking tour.
We will spend the afternoon and celebrate the Hamburg Hafengeburtstag (literally ‘birthday of the port’), the anniversary of the city’s port. An impressive fireworks display along the harbor front, where we can enjoy culinary delights and live music performances on numerous stages.
Take a walking tour of the best sights of the city of Hamburg with information about the center of Hamburg, including historical details about important places and places in the area. These are essentially tours that provide an overview of the city and its history while taking you to some of the most notable sights.
Transfer to Hamburg airport to take the flight home.