LOT Polish Airlines will take you to Hamburg in a pleasant atmosphere. We offer up-to-the-minute newspapers and delicious meals from out LOT Gourmet menu. What is more, you will be taken care of by our qualified crew – we have been awarded the title of Best Airline in Central and Eastern Europe by Business Traveller magazine sixteen times.
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With LOT Polish Airlines, you will see all Hamburg's attractions sooner than you think. All you need to do is make a decision! LOT Polish Airlines offers direct flights from Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) to Hamburg Airport (HAM) every day at 7:00 and 17:25.
Is time of special importance to you? Do you appreciate effective solutions? LOT Polish Airlines has prepared a tailored-made offer to satisfy your needs! Priority Luggage will allow you to be one of the first passengers to reclaim their luggage, while Quick Passage will allow you to complete all airport formalities faster. Any questions? Don't hesitate to call out 24-hour call centre at: 22 19 572 or 801 703 703.
Hamburg boasts the biggest sea port in Germany and the city itself if the second largest in the country. This nearly 2-million metropolis, located at the mouth of the Elbe river, where it flows into the North Sea, is often referred to as the gate of the world. Rightfully so, as each year it receives a staggering 10,000 vessels from all continents.
Hamburg owes its existence to Charles the Great who built a church at this small 9th-century settlement. This was the birth of the city that has not stopped developing since the 12th century. Currently it is a significant industrial centre where particular emphasis is put on electronics and electrotechnology, but also on oil processing and food industry. The city also plays an important role in the German economy as a financial and educational hub.
Apart from one of the nation's biggest universities - Hamburg University - it is also the seat of Bundeswehr University, Technical University, artistic higher education facilities, the Logistics University, and many others.
At first glance, Hamburg's post-war architecture may seem off-putting and overwhelming, yet it tends to grow on visitors with time. Due to the fact that it suffered relatively little damage during the allied forces bombing of 1943, it has managed to rebuild most of its important historic sites and today there is no trace of this tragic chapter in the city's history. If you have seen the city panorama, you will understand why Hamburg is referred to as the Pearl of the North. Particularly charming are the churches. The most famous one is St. Michealis Kirche, or St. Michael's Church - the most recognizable example of North Germany's Baroque religious architecture. Its 132-metre tower overlooking the city has an observation deck with a magnificent view of the port and the entire city.