The filmmaker is in a moving car. He leaves Hannover, Germany and heads to Hamburg, a distance of 159 kilometers.
The car enters the legendary German Highways (Autobahnen), as stated on the road sign which leads to Hamburg and Bremen.
On a footbridge, two girls greet the vehicles. We watch endless straight and wide roads, informative road signs. A sign shows us an exit.
We reach a city where people look around in the shop windows and the travellers ask the passers-by for instructions while holding a map. We go out again on the Autobahn and we arrive in Hamburg, the second most populous city in Germany.
Asking for directions from passers-by again, we drive to the port of the city passing some modern and some older buildings. We watch a mixture of architectural rhythms.
Arriving at the port, in the area of Landungsbrücken, we see the Clock Tower which is the beginning of the complex of warehouses. We see tall buildings with several floors that are built of red bricks, niches, arches, towers and windows exuding a Neo-Gothic architecture.