What’s That Hidden Gem That Makes a Bachelor Party in Hamburg so Famous? | City Guide


30 August 2019



From funfairs to fish and franzbrötchen markets, Hamburg has a lot of things to offer. It is no coincidence that it is the third most visited city in Germany. This beautiful spot at the heart of Europe offers a variety of interesting attractions, a distinctive appearance, a stunning nightlife, but above all a unique atmosphere.

For any traveler who has some experience of traveling across Europe, Germany comes across as being a bit different. It is not just the country, but the people of Germany that make it such an interesting proposition. As compared to other demographics, Germans much more relaxed, amiable and pleasing. They are also open-minded. While this is true of the entire population of Germany, you will find its closest reflection in Hamburg.

No matter what you want to do, you can always be confident of Germany surprising you in the most innovative ways. For example, the glitzy streets or Michelin starred restaurants in HafenCity, the punk and gothic artworks on the streets in Schanzenviertel, or the neon themes of Reeperbahn, you have something for everyone.

As soon as you land, you will immediately see why every man in the world wants to have a bachelor party in Hamburg.

Things That You Can’t Leave Unseen:


This city is full of them, as it would be widely expected around the world from the second largest in Germany. But there is so much more to the stories and pictures on the internet. The sheer energy that dwells through its streets makes it an ideal place for any kind of entertainment.

Below you will find some of the most visited attractions of Hamburg that certainly include things that you just have to do while you are there.

Boat Tour in the Port:

Boat Tour

If you are visiting Hamburg, a boat tour of the city should be right on top of your to-do list. The romantic canals and waterways are reminiscent of the famous city of Vienna. Although, they have their own German flavor to it. If you are looking for names, Barkassen-Meyer plans curated trips on the canals of Hamburg. Some of the famous landmarks that you are going to see on your personalized tour include Speicherstadt, HafenCity, and Philharmonie. Even though the tour guide speaks exclusively in German, you can always be certain to find literature in English on all the tours.

Explore Sternschanze:


The city of Sternschanze is adorable and charming, to say the least. From exploring the cultural arts and crafts to exploring street food, this place is always buzzing with the counter-culture that it is famous for. Cafes, restaurants, and boutiques exhibiting and selling exquisite and delectable food offerings like tarts is something that every traveler can only dream about.

The Dom:


If you want an out-of-the-world experience in Hamburg, try aligning your vacation with the Dom Festival in Hamburg. This takes place in three different seasons- Summer, Winter, and Spring. We would personally want to vouch for the Spring one, because of the lovely weather. The festival celebrates everything ‘Neon’. From fair rides to food. Whether you are on a family trip or a vacation with friends, you are sure to love this one-of-a-kind festival.



If you are on a solo trip, or even trying to be naughty with your friends, you can visit Hamburg’s famous red-light district of Reeperbahn. This will show you a neon of a different kind altogether. The dark side of Hamburg is comparable to the famous red-light districts of Amsterdam. From women escorts dancing on shop fronts to wild and naughty games of debauchery, Reeperbahm is not going to disappoint you. Thousands of individuals from all over the world come to Reeperbahn to celebrate their bachelor parties.



For people who want to experience the old-world charm of Germany, a trip to the Fischmarkt is necessary. You might have to get up early to catch old anglers at their craft. If you want to eat the freshest fish from the sea, this is the ideal place to be at. In a bustling market, you will find people with families trying out some of the most exotic seafood in the world. The seaside shacks serve up some of the tastiest offerings from the sea,



The Elbe Tunnel is a famous way to reach Fischmarkt. The long romantic tunnel plays host to street musicians who play wonderfully. Hamburg is quite famous for the Elbe Tunnel, with many stories considering it as some form of ‘rite of passage’ kind of journey. If you are looking for the best views of the entire city, the Elbe tunnel is a great place to be at.

What to Eat:

food hotel

As for hotels, Hamburg also has a lot to offer in terms of cuisine. And I’m not just talking about expensive restaurants. You will also find a huge set of different street foods. If the Dom is open when you are in town, go there to try all kinds of sausages, sandwiches, hamburgers, and pancakes where you can put your feet.

The Rindermarkthalle, near the Feldstrasse train station, is the best foody spot if you are looking for delicious yet cheap food. Be sure to try the franzbrötchen at least once when you are visiting Hamburg. It is the characteristic dessert of the city full of butter and cinnamon. A perfect accompaniment for a good coffee.

In Conclusion:

It gets very hard to describe everything that this amazing city has to offer simply with words. Simply, there are millions of reasons to visit this place, and none of them to leave. For families and groups that look for cultural shocks around every corner to partygoers from all around the world that look for top-notch nightlife, Hamburg has it all. Just make sure that you never come here for less than two days and get ready to be shaken with party energy like never before.

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The Top Destinations for New Year Celebrations

Had an excellent year? Good for you. Had a crappy one? Move on and put it behind you. That’s the thing about the New Year. You can start afresh with renewed plans and spirits. If you start 2017 on a good note, things are likely to go uphill from there. Many of you may already have plans for New Year’s Eve while some of you may be procrastinating. For those who are enthusiastically making plans, you are on the right track. Those still lazing around will most likely end up mopping at home as the clock strikes 12 and the New Year begins. This is the time for action. Buy miles to make the trip possible at a low cost. You are at the right place if you are trying to figure out the best destinations for New Year Celebrations. Here are some of the most popular ones around the world! New York City, United States The New Year festivities in New York City are contagious. The city’s biggest and most iconic gathering is held at Times Square where more than a million people gather to share the fun and excitement as the clock strikes 12! Every year a flashy ball drops while the countdown occurs. This celebration is somewhat of a yearly ritual now. We hope it continues with as much zeal as it does now. Expect to see celebrities at the event too. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Rio is known to throw the best carnivals and parties. No one can possibly dispute this claim. The most popular New Year’s Eve gathering is held the beautiful Copacabana Beach. Colorful fireworks cover the sky as the celebrations begin and the live musical performances make the surroundings pretty happening. Sydney, Australia Sydneysiders take New Year celebrations quite seriously and the parties are spread all across the city. The fireworks display in Sydney truly stuns all onlookers and many claims this display is arguably the best one among all displays around the world. The New Year Party at the Bondi beach should not be missed at any cost! Berlin, Germany Berlin is already known for its wild parties and exotic nightlife so it comes as no surprise that their New Year celebrations are extraordinary as well. The celebrations in Berlin usually go on until the sun dawns on a brand new day. Las Vegas, United States After New York City, the next big city famous for its New Year celebrations is Las Vegas. No cars are allowed on the Las Vegas strip as the New Year celebrations heat up. Live concerts keep the atmosphere alive and the people dance like there is no tomorrow. Fireworks are launched from multiple locations so you possibly cannot miss seeing them illuminate the sky. Paris, France Of course, the ultimate place to be at in Paris on New Year’s Eve is the Eiffel tower where the lights show and colorful display of fireworks illuminate the surroundings. Also, there are many great parties held at different clubs and bars in the city.


Things To Do In Israel That You Must Know

Israel captures a person’s imagination at first sight. This is the place to come across the myriad colors and wonders of nature. If the various sacred sites strewn across the region strike the spiritual chord in you, then the wonderful shiny beaches enliven your stay. This place also displays its cosmopolitan side at its various bars, cafes and beaches at Tel Aviv, and at the boutique wineries of the Galilee region. Naturally, experiencing the best of what Israel has to offer is a pretty daunting task. However, with the list of things to do in Israel described in this blog, you can be rest assured that every moment in Israel will seem like a celebration. Read also: The Top 10 Things To Do In Hawaii 2017 Red Sea Star   [caption id="attachment_3409" align="aligncenter" width="676"] Image source: Pinimg.com[/caption] Ever heard of underwater dining? Red Sea Star, the underwater restaurant, brings that wild imagination to life. Created 10 years ago, it constitutes a combination of two areas. The one above called the Metro Bar, offers splendid views of the Gulf of Aqaba, while the underwater area, called the Red Sea Star (so-called because it resembles the shape of a star), consists of an underground bar, including a floor covered in sand. Beit Guvrin Caves   Beit Guvrin Caves were excavated from an area that was once called the Israeli cities of Maresha and Beit Guvrin. Archaeologists have come across many caves that spanned across several eras, from the Sidonian and Israelite to the Roman. Some of the caves may have served as hideouts and defenses. The highlight of these caves are the painted burial rooms created by the Sidonians. A Roman amphitheater, standing above the ground ruins of the city of Maresha, is an attraction in its own right. Rosh HaNikra Grottoes [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="620"] Image source: ravelingisrael.com[/caption] Rosh HaNikra Grottoes, located on the coast in proximity to Lebanon’s border, was once a diver’s delight. The pure blue waters found in the caves here are as much of an attraction as a mystery. The caves were formed through millennia of strong waves crashing against the soft chalk cliffs on the Mediterranean Sea. The gondola cars that operate here transport the riders from the top of the white cliffs to the bottom in just around two minutes. Naturally, this site is one of the most prominent tourist attractions in Israel. Shrine of the Book Israel’s Shrine of the Book, part of Israel Museum, was constructed in 1965. It houses ancient biblical parchments known as the Dead Sea Scrolls. This modern womb-like shrine has been created in the modernist line of architecture. The exterior assumes a rounded peak with sculpted striations lapping up its walls, while the spacious interiors display the Dead Sea Scrolls the year-round. The glass cases on the outer ring of the shrine contain pages, but, it’s the central display which resembles a giant Torah scroll, that hogs the limelight. Tel Hazor A tour to Israel must involve visiting Tel Hazor, a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site located over the ruins of an ancient city. Occupying over 200 acres just north of the Sea of Galilee, this region has yielded some incredible archaeological finds. Some of the major attractions for the tourists here are the Solomonic city gates, a restored Late Bronze Age Temple and the city acropolis. The Canaanite Orthostat and Stele Temples are other sites that are worth visiting. Makhtesh Ramon [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Image source: igoogledisrael.com[/caption] Israel is full of bizarre geological formations called makhteshim (craters), and one of them is Makhtesh Ramon. Extending to 40km in length and possessing a width of almost 10km, it is undoubtedly Israel’s largest national park – Ramon Nature Reserve. Visits and expeditions to this region can be conducted from the valley’s only town, Mitzpe Ramon (Ramon Observation Point), albeit visitors should avoid the mid-day heat. The best way of experiencing the magic of this place is staying overnight in one of the hand-woven tents and enjoying the company of the Bedouin herders. Dialogue in the Dark How about going blind for a day? Well, not literally! Dialogue in the Dark, an exhibition funded by former journalist Andreas Heinecke, consists of a series of pitch-black galleries which require visitors to experience their surroundings through visionless stimuli. The visitors here are guided by blind or partially sighted persons who orient them to the surroundings, thereby providing a heightened sense of security in the darkened environment. The completion of the tour is followed by a conversation between the guide and vision-restored visitors. Atlit Yam Your holidays to Israel are incomplete without a visit to Atlit Yam, which contains the submerged ruins of a Neolithic coastal settlement. Dating back to 6900-6300 BC, these underwater excavations have unearthed wells, graves, and houses. This historic site was discovered by marine archaeologist Ehud Galili and holds several unique fascinations.  One of these is the seven megaliths arranged in a semi-circle encircling a freshwater spring, located in the center of the settlement. Saba's Little Museum Saba’s Little Museum is a wonderful museum located in the Jerusalem Hills. Its uniqueness arises from the various items that trace the history of the Jewish people and their way of life from Biblical times until today. Stuffed in a small cluster of warehouses, this museum contains a collection of items ranging from memorabilia and junk to modern appliances. Children’s toy cars, vintage radio sets, along with some barrels and rusted steel cooking barrels are some of the items that a visitor comes across. Meah Shearim To get a glimpse of the ultra-conservative lifestyle of Jews, head to Meah Shearim. This neighborhood in Israel is home to the ultra-orthodox Haredim. A visitor can easily recognize this neighborhood by the community that resides in it – black suits with matching hats, full beards, and long and curling sidelocks known as eyes. You may end up buying Jewish texts with a high discount and gorging on some traditional baked goods. Golden Calf Altar The Golden Calf Altar was an idol made by Aaron for the Israelites during the absence of Moses. However, most of Israel’s idols were destroyed by the Assyrians when they raided them for their gold in 722 BC. Although visitors can no longer view the Golden Calf as it once existed, they can explore the ruins of the main sanctuary where the calf could have been located. Besides, visitors can also examine the numerous standing stone shrines that line the gate to the city. Yad Layeled Children’s Memorial Museum Among the many tourist places in Israel, this one will move your soul and heart completely. Yad Layeled Children’s Memorial Museum is a moving memorial to the 1.5 million Jewish children who were victims of the Holocaust. Visitors are shown various exhibits which include films, period artifacts and the testimonies of children who had to live during those frightening times. Ein Bokek beach [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Image source:.deadsea.com[/caption] The Ein Bokek Beach is a wonderful stretch of fine, golden sand that attracts a steady stream of visitors the year-round. The beach is equipped with various facilities like beach showers, changing rooms, lifeguards, etc. It’s a wonderful place to while your time and enjoy the pleasures of the beach. Shahrazad Want to taste some authentic Middle Eastern cuisine? Go to Shahrazad. This Middle Eastern restaurant in Haifa serves authentic cuisine of the region with an indigenous twist. An example of this is the dish “mansaf” (rice with ground lamb, tangy goat yogurt, pine nuts, saffron, and nutmeg), which is served with ordinary falafel balls. The tamarind juice here is another great stuff to try out. Mount of the Beatitudes This spectacular Roman Catholic Church, built-in 1937, stands on a site where it’s popularly believed that Lord Jesus delivered his Sermon on the Mount. The sermon’s opening lines begin with the phrase “Blessed are.” The octagonal church inside which is looked after by Franciscan nuns are commemorated in the stained glass just below the dome, with the seven virtues being represented around the altar. Besides, the wonderful balcony and gardens provide spectacular views of the Sea of Galilee. Hecht Museum Hecht Museum is one of the many amazing places to visit in Israel. However, the one collection that stands out is the Ma'agan Mikhael Shipwreck – the well-preserved remains of a 13.5m long merchant ship from 400 BC. Apart from these, the archaeology section also contains an entire section on the Phoenicians. Besides, Israelite, Moabite and Phoenician seals from the First Temple period and an incredible collection of ancient coins can also be found here. Al-Jazzar Mosque [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1000"] Image source: =akko.org.il[/caption] Al-Jazzar Mosque, built-in 1781 in typical Ottoman Turkish style, is the third most important mosque in Israel and the Palestinian territories. The mosque is distinguished by its enormous green dome and is accented with a graceful pencil minaret. Somewhere around the base of the minaret, one can find the small twin-domed building which contains the sarcophagi of Al-Jazzar and his adopted son and successor, Suleyman. Tabor Winery To know the ins and outs of wine processing, and sampling some of the best wine to be found anywhere, visit the Tabor Winery. It has gained a legendary reputation both for its red and white wine and produces almost two million bottles a year. Apart from been given a free tasting of the wine, visitors are provided with guided tours for groups of 10 or more. The winery also runs one-and-a-half-hour grape harvests from late July to August. Beit She’an National Park To get a glimpse of what life was like during the Roman Empire, visit the Beit She’ a National Park. The opulence and grandeur that surrounded the everyday life of the Romans is reflected through the colonnaded streets, a 7,000-seat theatre which looks the same as it did 1800 years ago, two stone columns and two bathhouses. The incredible part about all of them is that they lie exactly where they fell during the Galilee earthquake of 749 AD. Centre International Marie de Nazareth Any tour to Israel inevitably involves a visit to the Centre International Marie de Nazareth. Located across the street from the Basilica of the Annunciation, this place serves as a venue for ecumenical work among Christians, besides the promotion of inter-faith dialogue. Built by Chemin Neuf, a Roman Catholic community-based in France, this fabulous cultural center consists of peaceful rooftop gardens which contain plants mentioned in the Bible. They offer amazing 360-degree panoramas. Agamon HaHula Your holidays in Israel are incomplete without a visit to Agamon HaHula – one of Israel’s favorite parks, located in Hula Valley. To see an unbelievable amount of storks, pelicans, and cranes, you need to head to this place right away. This crane-watching opportunity really comes as a privilege. Comfortably seated in your vehicle, you can view these magnificent creatures from the closest range possible. The other birds that can be seen here occasionally include pelicans and storks. Bahai Gardens Visited by over half a million visitors a year, the Bahai Gardens are one of the major tourist attractions in Israel. Their unique design, which combines geometrical shapes with the conservation of natural and historic landscape features, enchants the visitors to no end. In July 2008, these gardens were included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List for being holy places possessing outstanding universal value. The gardens comprise a staircase of 129 terraces which extend all the way up the northern slope of Mount Carmel. Yad Vashem A visit to the Yad Vashem memorial in Jerusalem will move your inner spirit and overwhelm your emotions like never before. This memorial is dedicated to the six million Jews who died at the hands of Nazis. One can find the names and personal details of millions of victims recorded in the Hall of Names. The centerpiece of the museum is the Holocaust History Museum, which lies on the lower level. Exploring the entire museum takes about three hours in total. Ancient Galilee Boat To come across a fascinating piece of history during your holidays in Israel, visit the Yigal Alon Museum, where you will stumble upon the ancient Galilee boat. The discovery of this boat was made by a local fisherman in 1986 when the waters of the Sea of Galilee were at their lowest ebb. The fishing vessel measures 8.2m in length and is made from 12 kinds of recycled wood. Wall panels and three short films tell the amazing story of its discovery and preservation. It’s said that this boat was used by the members of Jesus’s ministry. Said Abu Elafia & Sons You cannot be in Israel and not visit Said Abu Elafia & Sons – one of the best bakeries of Tel Aviv. Established in 1880, this bakery spans across four generations. Visitors love to gorge on its bourekas (stuffed bread with sheep’s cheese), sambusas (filled pastries) and a unique Arab oven-baked pizza-like concoction filled with eggs, tomato, cheese and olives. Read also: Three Amazing Travel Destinations In Africa 7 Travel Tips To Feed Your Wanderlust In Europe 6 Reasons Why Every Woman Should Travel Solo


Best Places to Visit on the Coast of Maryland

If you’re heading to the east coast, Maryland is a wonderful option. Featuring an abundance of coastlines along both the Atlantic Ocean and the Chesapeake Bay, it’s hard to go wrong with the Old Line State - especially if you’re looking for a vacation destination on the water. Also known as the Free State, because it didn’t pass laws in support of Prohibition, the state is home to over forty state parks, with seven of them featuring waterfronts. If you’re headed to any stretch of Maryland’s coastline, here are some of the top places to see. Explore Inner Harbor: One of the best places to visit on Maryland’s coast for its sheer volume of exciting options is Inner Harbor. Popular with sightseers of all ages and interests, Inner Harbor is located in Baltimore and has a variety of dining, shopping, and tourist destinations. If history is your thing, you’ll love exploring a wide range of military ships, including the USS Constellation, the last warship built exclusively for sailing by the Navy. Inner Harbor is also home to the National Aquarium and Maryland Science Center, which showcase dolphins and other aquatic wildlife and a planetarium, respectively. You can see the city from new heights when you climb The Top of the World Observation Level and take in sweeping aerial vistas of the coastline and city. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, you’ll find plenty of options in Power Plant Live!, which offers bars, food, and events in a converted power plant. There’s so much to do at the Inner Harbor, in fact, that it will be useful to have your phone with you, not just to navigate—but to decide what to do! You may want to keep your phone open to the Harbor’s page on the city’s website, which has a list of activities. Additionally, many of the attractions have apps designed to enhance the visitor experience. To that end, you will want to make sure your phone is in great shape. You’ll find plenty of AT&T stores in Maryland where you can make updates to your phone or purchase a new one that has more options so that you don’t get overwhelmed by all your options! Experience History at Fort McHenry: Were you aware that Maryland plays a key role in many pivotal moments from US history? One such moment was the composition of the “Star Spangled Banner.” America’s National Anthem was inspired by a battle during the War of 1812 at Fort McHenry in which British naval forces were successfully fended off by American troops. Now given the sole distinction of both a National Monument and a Historic Shrine, Fort McHenry is a must-see destination for history buffs taking a trip to Maryland. While you visit the Fort, you’ll have plenty of ways to engage with histories, such as interactive ranger talks during the changing of the flag, multimedia presentations that contextualize the Fort’s role in American history, and a variety of museum exhibits. With so much to offer, you can easily spend half a day at Fort McHenry, making it a great option for your itinerary. Dine in Style at Fells Point: Aside from history and museums, it wouldn’t be a trip to the East Coast unless you were able to enjoy delicious, fresh seafood. Maryland has plenty of seafood to offer, and one of the hippest places to dine is in Fells Point. This waterside neighborhood has dozens of restaurant options along its cobblestone streets offering fresh oysters and crab straight from the Chesapeake Bay. Popular options range from One-Eyed Mike’s, a gastropub, to Thames Street Oyster House, offering a finer take on seafood. No matter what restaurant you choose, you’re sure to enjoy the vibrant energy of Fells Point. Known for its rich history, coastal cuisine, and wealth of museums, Maryland has plenty to offer tourists. Check out some of the sites above, and you're sure to have a great time! Read Also: 10 Best Coffee Places In The US 4 Best Destinations In Western United States