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The second-largest city in Germany, after Berlin, is Hamburg, home to 1.8 million people. Emperor Charlemagne built the first structure on the site, a castle, in 808 AD, and this is what gives the city its name - the fortress was christened Hammaburg, and 'burg' means castle, although what 'hamma' means is uncertain. The later history of Hamburg was one of destruction and occupation - the Viking and the Poles razed the city to the ground and it suffered two Great Fires: in 1284 and 1842. St Nicholas' church was the world's largest man-made structure in the 12th century, and much of architectural merit can be still be seen in the city - although there are relatively few modern skyscrapers.
When it comes to sending parcels to Hamburg, there are several options open to you. But if you want to take the advice of the UK's biggest online parcel company - that's us, by the way - you'll opt for a courier. Unlike the standard postal service, a courier to Hamburg won't be subject to delays and possible strike action.
It can be a complex business dipping your toe into the murky waters of various and competing courier companies. Different tariffs, conflicting terms and conditions and obscure terminology don't help. But here at Parcel2Go, we cut through all the clutter to leave you with some transparent and easily-understood choices. And to sweeten the deal, you'll more often than not find that the prices we propose are lower even than those the courier companies themselves can offer.
You'll find it easy to make a decision and, once you've selected the courier of your choice, you can arrange for them to collect your parcel. They'll pick it up when you find it convenient and your parcel delivery to Hamburg will be well on its way.
Before that, however, you need to make sure that a couple of things are taken care of. The first is that your parcel is securely wrapped, especially if it contains anything fragile. And another essential before you send your parcel to Hamburg is that you include the PLZ, the 'postal guidance number' which is a five-digit affair - the first couple narrow down the area and the final three denote the postal district.

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