If you want to leave the city and breathe in some fresh air, just buy a “Schleswig Holstein Ticket” and go by train to Travemünde. A borough of Lübeck about 1,5 hours away from Hamburg and located next to the sea. It has been a seaside resort since 1802 and has still some architecture, signs and symbols from the 19th century to show.
Address
Travemünde, Travemünde Strandbahnhof , Hamburg, Germany
Current city: Hamburg
Sarah Bernhard lives in Hamburg where she works as an account planner in an advertising agency and a free-time photographer. 2008 she graduated from university having received an M.A. with distinction in Political Science. From 2009 to 2010 she travelled several times to China, doing researches about the chinese civil society and photographing the everyday life in Shanghai, Beijing and Chengdu.
 

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