In the greenest metropolis in Europe, life pulsates in the form of art and culture, because Hamburg offers high-quality entertainment for everyone. The city of Hamburg has more trees than people. Landmarks include both the Michel Cathedral with its striking bell tower and the imposing City Hall, which resembles a parliament building. Canals called Fleets crisscross the Elbe metropolis and connect the Binnenalster with the Hamburg harbor. The world-famous musical theaters, whose musicals have long since achieved cult status, are also located directly on the water. The performances at Hamburg's Thalia Theater at the Europapassage are more classically modern. Reeperbahn, Speicherstadt and Jungfernstieg The amusement mile Reeperbahn has long since arrived in the twentieth century and today offers plenty of cabaret and comedy. The Speicherstadt is home to museums, and on the Jungfernstieg you will find the finest boutiques and jewelers. From IntercityHotel Hamburg-Altona you start your city trip and perhaps walk through the garden oasis Planten un Blomen.