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Germany's second largest city after Berlin, Hamburg is one of Europe's most important ports; it only takes a visit by boat to the port to realize it. You can also stroll through the neighborhood near the opera with its covered walkways flanked by a mix of fashionable shops and art galleries. Hamburg, like most port cities, also boasts a great reputation for its nightlife; the St Pauli neighborhood is replete with discotheques, bars and exotic restaurants.
The Saint Michaelis Church is also worth a visit, with its 132-meter tower and panoramic vistas of the city. The rest of the city is packed with things to see, but the real charm of Hamburg lies in its port district, with its clocktower, the green cupula of the St Pauli Landungsbrücken, the old warehouses and the Freihafen.
What's more, Hamburg is an industrial and modern city that has always been defined for its open attitude and tolerance.
The school is located near the Jungfernstieg, on Esplanade 6. The location is unbeatable, as it's just 5 minutes from the city center and from the Mönckebergstraße. The school also prepares the DfdS and Goethe diplomas.
The majority of the students choose to spend their time in Hamburg living with a host family, as the daily contact with the family optimizes the practice of the language as well as improves comprehension, knowledge of colloquial expressions and local customs in a genuine context.
Take advantage of the apartment option and share a room with one person, a family or other students. You will have a single room; the kitchen and bathroom will be shared with other German students.
If you want a greater degree of independence, the best option for you is staying in youth hotels. There are different price ranges so as to adapt to the needs of each student.
Participating in the free time program will help you discover Hamburg and its many highlights. You will also get to know new friends with whom you can talk in German.
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