01.03.2007 – 16:09
Invitation to the Hamburg Chinese Press Breakfast at ITB 2007
Hamburg Tourist Board and Hamburg Airport are pleased to invite all members of Chinese media to the informal press breakfast, followed by a Hamburg presentation in Chinese language
Date: Thursday, 08 March 2007
Venue: Hall 6.2a/Booth 102 Hamburg Stand
Time: From 10 am to 11 am
Hamburg and Northern Germany - the ideal destination for the Chinese Traveller
What are the first things that come to mind when you think of Hamburg? Probably the city's stunning location on the Elbe and Alster Rivers, the colorful activity in the St. Pauli entertainment district, unforgettable musicals, a night at the theater, Michaelis Church (colloquially "der Michel") or the impressive harbor. Hamburg, 1,200 years old, is loved both for its contemporary scene as well as for its cultural offerings. In between traditional trading houses and renowned theaters, the latest trends are always cropping up. Hamburg lies open to many streams of influence. With city-state traditions reaching back for centuries, it has always played a special political and cultural role. Today, as a key commercial hub, an international harbor and a media and cultural center, the metropolis on the Elbe River with its one million inhabitants is once again pursuing ancient traditions with typically Hanseatic aplomb. This comes as no surprise: Germany's second largest city offers a high quality of life and international flair.
One should also not miss the opportunity to visit other beautiful places in Northern Germany: The magnificent historical cities Schwerin, which braved all historical storms by the typical Mecklenburgian calmness, and where you find an incomparable ensemble of landscape and architecture with its fairytale castle - Lübeck, the city of brick stone with its world-famous Holstentor, which was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site - Lüneburg, the "Salt-City" in the middle of the beautiful Lüneburg heath with its picturesque historic Old Town or Celle - the former residence town with an unique concentration of half-timbered houses dating from the 16th to the 18th centuries.
Kindly confirm your attendance to:
Hamburg Tourist Board Barbara Heyken - Project Manager Tel: +49 (0)40 30051-241 Fax: +49 (0)40 30051-220 Heyken@hamburg-tourismus.de www.hamburg-tourism.cn
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