115 EUR / week
Learn German in Hamburg - the second largest city in Germany. Although it is quite distant from the open sea, life here is determined by water. The Inner Alster and the Outer Alster - 2 large artificial inner-city lakes - as well as numerous crossing canals form Hamburg's inner city structure.
They give to the hanseatic metropolis a maritime flair which is unique in Germany and that is why it is commonly known as the Venice of the North.
When learning German in Hamburg, you will soon find out that people here enjoy life on the waterside. You see its presence everywhere: from the traditional fish-market where early risers and tourists taste the delicacies of the North Sea to the bars on the banks of Elbe river, where in the evenings the party crowd settles in beach chairs for barbecues and picnics.
The Hamburg harbor, Germany's gate to the world, is one of the main attractions of this cosmopolitan city and determines its rhythm of life.
Watching the hectic scenery happening on the water is a very special experience. It shows fascinating contrasts: battered fishing boats cruising in front of noble luxury liners, modern container carrier ships berthing next to venerable sailing boats.
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