Information Event
Virtual trip to Hamburg & Bremen

Virtual tour of Germany through Hamburg & Bremen
© Goethe-Institut

Travel on with us to Hamburg and Bremen.


Officially, both are Free and Hanseatic cities and, as a city-state, are each a state of the Federal Republic of Germany. They are both located in the north of the state of Lower Saxony, which we got to know on our last virtual trip.
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany and the Port of Hamburg is one of the largest transshipment ports in the world.

Together with the international airport, these two make Hamburg an important logistics location. Economically and scientifically, the metropolis is particularly important in the fields of aerospace technology, life sciences and information technology, as well as for the consumer goods industry and as a media location.

Hamburg is experiencing strong growth in the tourism sector and also has a lot of interesting and cultural things to offer with its countless historical buildings, monuments and districts.

Bremen is the eleventh largest city in Germany and is located just southwest of Hamburg.
The Bremerhaven Overseas Port Area is an exclave of the city of Bremen within Bremerhaven.
Bremen lies on both sides of the Weser, about 60 river kilometres before its confluence with the North Sea and its transition into the Outer Weser near Bremerhaven.

The port industry, trade, shipbuilding, automotive, aerospace, steel, electronics and food industries, as well as services and high-tech are also the characteristic economic sectors here.

With around 12,500 employees, the largest private employer in the Hanseatic city is the Mercedes-Benz plant in Bremen, which is part of the Mercedes-Benz Cars division of Daimler AG.

Travel with us! We are looking forward to your participation.

Date: 29.02.2024
Time: 11:00 a.m. (MEZ/CET)
Language: German, simultaneous translation: English

Time: 17:00 (MEZ/CET)
Language: German, simultaneous translation: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese (BR), Arabic

Please note: Registrations for this event are now closed. 
Please visit our next event about the federal states of Saxony-Anhalt.


Part of series Virtual Trip Through Germany