Check-in presenter Neus Pérez is shown around the Elbphilharmonie, visits Hamburg's Composers' Quarter, and heads to St. Pauli to retrace the Beatles' footsteps. The episode was recorded before the coronavirus pandemic.
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Neus Pérez is on a musical quest in the Hanseatic city on the Elbe River. From Brahms to the Beatles, from the Elbphilharmonie to the nightclubs of St. Pauli.
The north German port city is Germany's second largest city. It's a Hanseatic beauty with amazing contrasts. Elegant and rough, green and urban - always startling and unexpected.
Three hundred ships, a huge fireworks display and a three-day party — every year over 1 million visitors flock to Hamburg's Hafengeburtstag. But what makes it so fascinating? DW reporter Evan Woodnorth went to find out.
During the coronavirus crisis, travelers are left with nothing but yearning. Sights can only be visited virtually, if at all. Join us for an online version of Check-in in Germany.
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