The Königssee is a lake that I couldn’t miss on my journey through the southern territory of Germany. The sea is in the state of Bavaria, near the border with Austria and the last area of Germany that I’ll be staying.
The official name of Hamburg is the “Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg”. The city is a major transportation hub for both land and water and is the ninth largest working port in the world, and only second in all of Europe. The multitude of boardwalks provides many eating and shopping experiences. An array of ships from all eras can be found here. Museums, activities, professional sports, transportation, industrial and world famous companies all reside in Hamburg.The architecture of Hamburg is second to none, be sure to check out The World’s largest stretch of warehouses called Speicherstadt. An interesting building called the Chilehouse is a brick office building designed to look like a boat. Created during the roaring twenties, The Town Hall is a phenomenally detailed building that houses the city council. The ornate building is a must see and captures great on camera. Throughout Hamburg you will notice the medieval buildings all decadent in their own style of shops, homes, and offices. Be sure to capture a few photos along the way. Enjoy a famous Hamburg Schnitzel and a tasty beverage; it will help fuel your walking tour.