Things to see and do - Hamburg
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Hamburg Travel guide
Hamburg : Michelin's recommendations
Hamburg, the second largest city in Germany after Berlin, is one of the most important ports in Europe. The city is renowned for its commercial dynamism, cosmopolitan character and busy nightlife. Ravaged by bombing during the Second World War, Hamburg was rebuilt largely in concrete, although the city still has some hidden gems. Numerous parks and gardens, canals, bridges and a pretty lake fed by the River Alster soften the city’s somewhat austere appearance. Today the city is undergoing revolutionary change with the spectacular restoration of its docks area.
Tourist attractions Hamburg : Things to see and do
Alsterufer D - 20354 Hamburg
This splendid lake is excellent for sailing. A boat tour lets you see the five towers of the main churches of the city in one go and the campanile of the Town Hall. The lovely viewpoints justify the names of the banks, Fernsicht and Schöne Aussicht.
Johannisbollwerk D - 20459 Hamburg
The Stintfang offers a good view over the port with its 60 basins and 68 km of quays. The port's reputation is founded on its efficiency, wide range of machines, warehouses and transportation adapted for unloading and storing all sorts of merchandise..
Kehrwieder 5 D - Hamburg
After the Habsburgs joined the German Customs Union, the construction of a free trade zone became necessary. From 1885 an entire district around the Zollkanal was torn down to make way for the Speicherstadt warehouses. Today, the 373 000m2 complex st..
Ludwig-Erhard Str. 26 D - 20459 Hamburg
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This modern hotel in Hamburg offers spacious rooms with a flat-screen TV, a stylish lobby and free Wi-Fi. The Michaeliskirche church is just a 3-minute walk away. The Motel One Hamburg am Michel opened in August 2010. All of its bright, air-conditio..
Reeperbahn 1a D - 20359 Hamburg
This 4-star hotel enjoys a central location in Hamburg’s lively St Pauli district. It offers spacious, non-smoking accommodation with free Wi-Fi, free access to the spa area and a stylish bar. The quiet rooms at the ARCOTEL Onyx Hamburg feature sun..
Millerntorplatz 3-5 D - 20359 Hamburg
Situated next to the Imperial Theatre in Hamburg’s nightlife district of St. Pauli, this hotel is a short walk from the Reeperbahn boulevard, harbour, fish market, and convention centre. Just a 10-minute walk from Hamburg’s city centre, the Hotel Im..
Leisure activities Hamburg
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The Hamburg Riverside Tour follows the river Elbe along the noble Elbchaussee to the Blankeneser "Treppenviertel", with its labyrinth of stairs and a tremendous view of the ships and the river. Highlights Travel by boat and see the..
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See the best of Hamburg on an easy and convenient hop-on hop-off tour, including two cruises – a harbor cruise and a panoramic sightseeing cruise on Lake Alster! Set your own itinerary on this perfect do-it-yourself combination tour when in Hamb..
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With city-state traditions reaching back for centuries, Hamburg has always played a special political and cultural role in Germany's history. Today, as a key commercial hub, an international harbor and a media and cultural center, the metropolis o..
An der Alsterschleife 3 D - 22399 Hamburg - Lemsahl-Mellingstedt
This charming half-timbered restaurant has a splendid terrace. Hosts Heiko Stock and Ben Schröder, who work side by side in the kitchen, have made their mark with some fine fish dishes, including delicious crisp fried codfish. The sushi is also excel..
Mönckebergstr. 7 D - 20038 Hamburg
In the centre of this exclusive shopping arcade sits a little piece of Austria, courtesy of Carinthian chef Alexander Tschebull. As you would expect, the Austrian classics, such as Tafelspitz (Viennese-style boiled beef) and Fiaker (beef) goulash are..
Elbchaussee 404 D - 22609 Hamburg-Nienstedten
The atmosphere at Kleines Jacob is more casual and relaxed compared to its stylish gourmet counterpart. The Mediterranean and local fare is simpler here, though every bit as good. Try the Flammekueche, the cheese fondue or the veal involtini served o..
Neuer Pferdemarkt 5 D - 20038 Hamburg-Sankt Pauli
The casual, trendy atmosphere here is perfectly in keeping with the times. Set over three floors, the tables are a little tightly packed but the feel is friendly and comfortable for all that. The food itself is another reason for Nil's popularity. Tr..
Büschstr. 2 D - 20354 HAMBURG
Casse-Croûte combines French savoir vivre with a certain Hamburg touch to create a bustling yet pleasantly relaxed feel in a typical bistro setting. Try the 'Northern bouillabaisse', one of the classic dishes from Christian Möllers' repertoire or alt..
Dornbusch 4 D - 20095 HAMBURG
With a reputation forged largely by word of mouth, you will find the lively Le Plat du Jour busy from lunchtime onwards. Both the interior, with its black and white photos and closely packed tables, and the food it serves, are authentic brasserie in ..