Welcome to the north of Hamburg! Or more precisely in Barmbek, Alsterdorf, Ohlsdorf and Duvenstedt. The north of Hamburg is a wonderful place to live. Thanks to good transport connections, you can quickly get to the city centre and have plenty of green space on your doorstep. Everything here is a bit more relaxed, but still varied.
As a balance to everyday working life or something different than a sightseeing tour - in Hamburg every type of sport gets its money's worth! The numerous climbing and bouldering halls in the Hanseatic City are a high point for all those who want to test whether they are actually free of vertigo. Regardless of whether the sun is shining outside or snow is falling from the sky, you can improve your skating skills all year round in Hamburg's skating rinks.
48 Hours in Hamburg: "Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany, as well as the second busiest and biggest port in Europe after Rotterdam. Yet it’s everything but some dreary industrial and shipping centre: the city is a magnet for tourists, and a hotbed for cultural surprises and entertainment occasions – some of its highlights will be disclosed in the following itinerary through the eyes of our locals."
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Summer in Hamburg positively resounds with loud events, festivals and street fests such as the Harbour Birthday, the MS Dockville Festival, Christopher Street Day and so much more. On the warmest days, it's easy to enjoy the harbour, HafenCity and the Elbe with a cold drink in one hand. Thanks to the light breeze, however, it's always nice in the Hanseatic City. These provide the best conditions for relaxed days and long evenings under the open sky.
... they like to share. Even the smallest Hamburgers love the city with its great playgrounds and green parks. Climbing in old ship's hulls, snacking in the receipt shop and marvelling at the museum - there is a lot to experience! We will give you th...
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Hamburg's Schanzen quarter is always a hive of activity. New shops open, old ones close, but our recommendations remain. We tell you what not to miss in the Schanze as well as where to find unique souvenirs, clothes and decorative items. What are you waiting for? Don't miss a shopping trip in the Schanze!
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This is where Hamburg's heart beats. On Hamburg's city coast, the Elbe and the harbour, you can sit on bollards and look at ships or simply let the rough wind blow around your nose. Just a few metres further on, in the heart of the St. Pauli district, you can experience the "sinful mile", the Reeperbahn, known all over the world. If you don't like one after the other, you can simply take a stroll through the streets far away from the Reeperbahn and indulge yourself with culinary delights.
Mrs. Elbville from Hamburg Companion has the perfect formula for a weekend in Hamburg. Best ideas, now that the harbour birthday is already over... "Here comes the surefire formula: Shopping, going out, sightseeing - selected tips for a weekend like only friends get from me when I can't take care of them personally!"
@fortwoplz noted down breathtaking places to visit in Hamburg as photography guide: "Hamburg – one of the best cities in Germany for photographers – is filled with beautiful sites to see and gems to discover. Every corner you turn, there’s a picture-perfect location to inspire your Instagram feed. In this post, we highlight some of the popular Hamburg hotspots that you can’t afford to miss. We promise these beautiful locations in Hamburg will have you itching to go out and explore!"
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There are so many vegan stalls, cafés and restaurants in Hamburg that you couldn’t possibly try them all in one trip. The only hard part about eating vegan in Hamburg is deciding where to go. So, read on for our guide to vegan Hamburg.
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Now it is that time of the year again: Hamburg’s Alster swans will swim from their winter quarters, the Eppendorf Mill Pond, back to the city centre. Swans are the lucky charm of the city. According to a legend, Hamburg’s welfare depends on its swans. As long as the animals continue to make their rounds, Hamburg remains a prosperous and free cosmopolitan city. Reason enough to provide you with some interesting facts about Hamburg remains a prosperous and free cosmopolitan city. Here are facts!
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Coffeelovers will love Hamburg: Not only is the harbourcity a traditional trading hub for coffee and centre of many international coffee trading companies, it also hosts an exciting scene of young gourmet coffee roasters and many comfy cafes to enjoy...
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