Spring in Hamburg

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Just Kassi Hamburg Astle

During the week I was invited in Hamburg, where I spend 2,5 very intense days of walking, sightseeing, taking photos and getting to know this beautiful city and its people. Although I have travelled alot, Germany somehow didn’t make it to my list. I had only been in the very small town of Ingolstadt a very long time ago and in Frankfurt for a few hours about two years ago.

Sping in Hamburg Alster

{Shirt by Penneys}

Just Kassi Hamburg

So Hamburg was my very first proper visit in Germany and I can’t wait to start working on my Hamburg travel guide and show you around this beautiful city.

While exploring Hamburg, we walked around the beautiful area of Alster, (the lake of Hamburg) where we stopped and took some photos. All the trees where in bloom and the lake was so calm. Even if the weather was constantly changing from sunny to rainy, we managed to get a few minutes of sunshine to capture my look.

Spring in Hamburg

The weather in Hamburg reminds our Dublin weather and it can be quite unpredictable which means that you have to be prepared for cold, rain and sun, something that we are very well used to here in Dublin.

Sping humburg

visit Hamburg just kassi

{back pack by Monsoon}

In my second day in Hamburg I wore my comfy white trousers from Dresses.ie, (you can also see here). My favourite new shirt by Penneys, my easy to walk on shoes by Oxendales (also see here) and my blazer by Selected Ireland.

come to Hamburg Just Kassi

trees in Hamburg

Details just kassi look

{Sunglasses by Italia Independent}

The full travel guide will follow next week so stay tuned.

Photos by : Lorna Duffy

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Ai Giannis

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