Hamburg Travel Guide



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43 thoughts on “Hamburg Travel Guide

  1. Jing Lo says:

    In this time of corona I am travelling the world at the comforts of my home via Attache, love the videos they are just the best! BTW thank you for appreciating Filipino food. Greetings from the Philippines!🇵🇭

  2. Kinabuhi Series says:

    Loved this! 'currently in Hamburg and planning to do some walking! I want to see where those lil miniatures on the first part of this entry! Where can I find that? Btw, I have just subscribed to your channel!

  3. Querencia.tv says:

    Hey! we just stumbled over your incredible account and really enjoy your video clips. 👍 We are traveling a lot, maybe you'd also like to check for our Cinematic Travel Musicvideo too 🌴 So lets motivate each other. Enjoy your amazing day, and continue the wonderful work! 😊

  4. -- says:

    Well, i would say it was a very general review of the city: some common information, some views…I would do it for the friends, not for the audience. It was quite boring and took about 16 mins (skipped some conversations). So, Hamburg us amazing, you could do better report

  5. vinyalonde says:

    Thanks for posting this. I went to Berlin for four weeks in January/February and thoroughly enjoyed it. Your review of that city was very accurate I thought and helpful to me as I toured the city. I look forward to travelling to other cities in Germany and I will put Hamburg on my list.

  6. Alex the Brewmage says:

    Born and raised there I must say the same about it. There's a lot to explore especially in the west of the city as I saw you made it to the town hall of Altona, the former city (now borough) I grew up in. Great video and please go back soon!

  7. Ed Delgado says:

    I really appreciate the RUNDOWN part, I just wish you would convert the currency to US Dollars. I'm not just saying that because I live in the U.S. but because the US Dollar is one of the most widely used currencies in the world. Many countries peg their currency to the U.S. Dollar so it would be useful not just for your U.S. audience but converting the currency in your RUNDOWN would help viewers from other countries. Love your show, keep up the great work!!

  8. 51TGM71 says:

    Support Attaché on Patreon dear people, this is the BEST travel guide channel on Youtube and one of if not even THE best travel show ever. They need help to keep making this amazing videos so please support them.

  9. Jonathan Davies says:

    I am geography teacher and i am currently teaching development economics. At the start of each lesson we pick a country and check the "run down" to check the big mac price. The big mac index is part of our curriculum, and the kids loving guessing the price each lesson! Your videos bring the concept to life, thanks!!

  10. mkingamess says:

    If you can't remember having to wait for more than 5 minutes for public transport, you don't use it enough 😉 By German standards, it may be very infuriating, actually… Great video, thank you for showing Hamburg like this <3 Now I can forward this video to all my friends and talk them into visiting me here.

  11. GherkinTV says:

    Love the videos cannot understand why Alex Hunter isn’t on mainstream TV. When are you guys doing more videos and more destinations?
    Also are attaché going to Lisbon?

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