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Hamburg

Hamburg
Hamburg is the second-largest city in Germany and the eighth-largest city in the European Union. It is a popular tourist attraction likely because of its long and important history as a member of the medieval Hanseatic League, as a free imperial city of the Holy Roman Empire, and so on. It is also one of the most affluent cities in Europe. Hamburg has a major influx of international visitors throughout the year. A major center for European culture and history, it is an important site for travelers, scholars, and alike. The city features a great deal of museums, churches, theaters, festivals, parks, and gardens, as well as a wide range of architecture from different periods. Tourists, fly with Austrian Airlines to Hamburg and start experiencing all that it has to offer.

Western Europe

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Worth knowing

Germany
  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: German
  • Capital: Berlin
  • Austrian flight destination: Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Cologne, Leipzig, Munich, Stuttgart, Usedom
Airport
  • Hamburg Airport (HAM): The airport is located 8 km (5 miles) north of Hamburg city centre.
  • Address: Flughafenstr. 1-3, 22335 Hamburg, Germany
  • Telephone: +49 40 50750
  • Airport Hamburg You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.


What to see in Hamburg

What to see in Hamburg
Kunsthalle
Kunsthalle is home to a first-class collection, which covers no fewer than seven centuries. Here each of the big art families has its own room or house: the old masters are also represented, as are the authorities from the 19th century and the modern classics. The media collection, which includes audio and video works, deserves a special mention. Among others it features work by Günter Brus, Dennis Oppenheim, Valie Export and Gordon Matta-Clark. The Gallery of Contemporary Art - a four-storey, white cube - is dedicated to art from 1960 onwards boasting many interesting pieces.
Fischmarkt
Dockland

Where to stay in Hamburg

Where to stay in Hamburg
Village Hotel
This hotel has history. It was once the most famous bordello in northern Germany, despite fierce competition in the harbour city. Attentive onlookers will immediately recognise from the baroque furnishings what once went on here, with flock wallpaper, baldachins and mirrors giving its past away. Today it is an extraordinary hotel with an extravagant design. The Parisian charm of the Village Hotel appeals to artists and musicians alike. A relic of the past: free coffee day and night. Double room from EUR 85.
Empire Riverside
Yoho-Hotel

Where to shop in Hamburg

Where to shop in Hamburg
Butter Lindner
Deluxe delicatessen: Butter Lindner is a haven for any gastronome and amateur cook. Here simply everything tastes good. Hamburg's in-crowd head to Butter Lindner to pick up their essentials. From bread and pastries to sausage, sweets, vegetables and spices, here you can find everything you need for your favourite recipe, or just a delightful snack. And the quality is so good that even star chef Tim Mälzer regularly drops by to stock up. The highlight, after which the shop was named: butter directly from the block. Salted or not, sliced to measure.
Ethel Vaughn
Mientus

Where to eat in Hamburg

Where to eat in Hamburg
Das Wandrahm
Make sure you don't forget your wallet, because fine dining at Wandrahm comes at a price. Yet guests are treated to a genuine gala dinner, which is sure to impress and even surprise. For those with a slightly smaller budget there is the bistro on the ground floor with its own menu, which includes starters and modest meat and fish dishes. In the gallery dishes are served á la carte. Meanwhile excellent hot chocolate is served in Wandrahm's Coffee & Tea bar. The bistro, restaurant and bar all go to show that a stylish ambience can also be comfortable. Whether that's down to the white interior or the crystal chandeliers or not remains a mystery.
Seven Seas
Das Seepferdchen

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