Hamburg Motorhome Rental Holiday
Hamburg is the second largest city in the Germany; however, its has retained the title of the greenest city the country; with its large expanse of greenery; numerous parks, characteristic canals and a multitude of gardens; the city is among the most beautiful in Germany. Hamburg is well known for its cosmopolitan environment; ease of living, the merchant’s houses; the shopping malls that can delight just about anybody. Te magnificent promenades that beckon you for a romantic walk and of course the St Pauli district; all render a certain charm to the city. Because of the size of the city, there are lot of places to find Hamburg Motorhome Rental.
Camping sites in and around Hamburg:
Although; it may not be particularly easy to find a motor home campsite within the city of Hamburg; there are several Germany RV rental parks in the Schleswig Holstein region that will do wonderfully whether you want to explore the urban delights of the region or its natural splendor.
Camping- und Ferienpark Wulfener Hals: This is one of those luxurious campgrounds complete with a golf course and swimming pool apart from a children’s recreational area, restaurants and even a shopping area. The camping site is also suitable for handicapped individuals and is the perfect place to park if you are in the region.
Camping Miramar: Moderately priced, this campground is perfect for people who want to enjoy the beaches of the region; the campsite also has a naturist section.
Some of the popular tourist attractions of Hamburg are:
Alsterarkaden: The arcade was built in 1842 by Alexis de Cahteauneuf; the charming riverside structure features both outdoor cafes and shops; that give visitors an opportunity to buy some great products or to simply enjoy the sight of the Rathaus over the water as mouth watering delicacies are served on the table. The architectural and structural design is a terrific example of the best Venetian styles; well known as post fire architecture; the arcade stands exactly as it did over a century ago.
St Michaels’ Church: The Hamburg skyline is adorned by the steeples of its most popular church; the 132 meter tall tower known as Michel is a prominent Hamburg landmark; If you are willing to take the effort of climbing the 453 steps to reach the viewing platform; you will be rewarded with the most breath taking and fabulous view of the Hamburg harbor and city.
The warehouse district; Speicherstadt: The century old district is located in between Baumwall and the Deichtor Halls; one of the prettiest quarters in the city; it has none of the ungainly sights usually associated with an international port. On the contrary, the area abounds in Willhelminian brick structures constructed in the gothic style; little towers and unusual gables. But don’t let the pretty facade fool you because behind the thick walls stored in the many structures are high value goods such as tobacco, coffee, spices and cocoa. The area s also home to the largest Oriental carpet store in the world.
If you are ready to start to book your holiday in Hamburg, check out some of these great Hamburg Motorhome Rental Deals.