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Route Summary - Berlin to Hamburg
 
 

Both Hamburg and Berlin are two of the most renowned cities of the alluring country, Germany and gives strong competition to each other when it comes to making it in the itinerary of every traveller who wants to witness every part of the country. While Berlin is seen to be the Rome of Germany, Hamburg its it’s Venice. Historically enriching and mind boggling Hamburg is bound to be in the list of every traveller, Berlin on the other hand is a perfect amalgamation of a little bit of everything, from adventure to serene seeking place, one would be dazzled when he/she would experience the ultimate beauty with their raw eyes. 

Taxi booking from Berlin to Hamburg can be done in two ways, either online, or offline, however it is advisable for all the travellers who are seeking to crank their trip up a notch to go through the online offers and select a ride which suits them the most. If you are looking for cheap car hire from Berlin to Hamburg, well, you’re at the right place. Rydeu provides the best private transfers service from Hamburg to Berlin, so fellas, what are you waiting for? Book your tickets and get set go. 

 

Distance from Berlin to Hamburg-  289 km 

Time taken- 3 hr 10 min

 

BERLIN

The largest city of Germany, Berlin is the chief urban centre of the country. Germany's greenest city is surrounded by the state of Brandenburg, and is the most populous city of the European union. The city stretches across the banks of the river Spree, which flows into the river Havel. Courtesy to the rivers Spree, Dahme and Havel, Berlin comprises many lakes and southeastern boroughs throughout its stretch. With its 1/3rd area comprising forests, gardens, parks, rivers, lakes and canals, the city comes in a complete package for nature lovers! The city of Berlin made its way into the historical records for the very first time in the late 12th century. The city has great historical significance, and still sings the songs of its glorious historical past. From 1417 - 1701, Berlin became the capital of Margraviate of Brandenburg. 


 



 
HAMBURG

Known to be the second-largest city in Germany, Hamburg is the second most famous city in the country after Berlin and the seventh-largest in European Union. The speciality of the beautiful city is reflected in the form of international law and world economics which includes consular and diplomatic missions as the international Tribunal for the law of the Sea. UNESCO Institute for lifelong learning is included as well. Hamburg is known to be a dream city for history lovers, the Speicherstadt and Kontorhausviertel were declared to be a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The city boasts rivers and canals that are crossed by approximately 2500 bridges which is why Hamburg is known to be the city with the highest number of bridges in the entire city. Apart from the rich architectural beauty that the city is home to, it also attracts visitors from all around the world due to its notable cultural venues like Elbphilharmonie