Hamburg, Germany2019-01-04T11:39:12+00:00

Hamburg, Germany

Hamburg, Germany is one of those special cities that know how to offer many different things without being tagged with one single word. It is the greenest metropolis of Germany and its port is the most important of the whole country, and the second in Europe. It is an open, fun, avant-garde and vibrant city you cannot miss. Located in the north of the country, it is the second largest city in Germany and is located less than 300km from Berlin, the capital.

Strolling along the Alster River, enjoying fresh air at one of its parks, or attending a musical show at one of its many theaters are just some of the activities you can enjoy while learning German in Hamburg.

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TANDEM Hamburg proposes 6 top experiences in Hamburg, Germany

St. Peter’s Church

“An often overlooked church offering the best views of Hamburg”

Park Planten un Blomen

“A park catering to the young and the old alike”

Miniatur Wunderland

“Tiny lands, big enjoyment”

Old Elbe Tunnel

“The 426m long tunnel built 4 m below the surface was a technical sensation in its time”

Hamburg Rathaus

“wonderful old Town Hall”


“A beautiful lake to relax by”

Discover Hamburg and learn German at the same time!

The school is located between the Old Town and the most modern part, right in the center of the Hamburg. With more than 30 years of experience, TANDEM Hamburg offers its students individual and group classes that begin each Monday year-round.

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City hopping with TANDEM International

We offer combined German courses in different locations. You can start your German course in TANDEM Hamburg and continue in one of our partner schools in Berlin, Bielefeld, Cologne, Frankfurt, Bremen, Göttingen and Munich.

Do not hesitate to contact us for more details about our discounts for combined courses!

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Germany is a culture-rich country with an extensive history and a bright society. It has abundant traditions which attract millions of visitors to Oktoberfest in Munich, or Carnival in Cologne.

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