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Hamburg

Hamburg
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany, also known as the country`s "Gateway to the World". The port is more than 820 years old, and among the largest in the world. Being a center of trade for so long gives the city a distinct international flavor and you can fly with Austrian Airlines to get here. Hamburg is the major German city for fashion, advertising, TV & movie production and publishing. It has a very active and diversified cultural scene. World famous is the Reeperbahn/St.Pauli entertainment district, a popular nightlife spot that developed out of the former red-light district near the harbor. Due to its many canals and parks, Hamburg is a very green city with lots of waterways throughout, also known as the Venice of the North(Hamburg actually has more bridges than Venice). For day trips, Hamburg is in close proximity to both the North and Baltic Seas.

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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.


Where to eat in Hamburg

Where to eat in Hamburg
Artisan
Those in search of passion need look no further, promises chef Thorsten Gillert. And he is true to his word. Enjoy a leisurely lunch at Bude 1 and watch it transform into the trendy Artisan in the evening. Artisan offers diners set menus from four to seven courses, while the appropriate wine accompaniment comes recommended by professionals. The menus change daily leaving guests an element of surprise, providing they remember to reserve. Even star chef Tim Mälzer is impressed, openly acknowledging Thorsten Gillert as the city's most creative chef.
Hilmar
Seven Seas

Where to stay in Hamburg

Where to stay in Hamburg
East Hamburg
Not so long ago one could only rent rooms by the hour here. Star architect Jordan Mozer has created a hotel and its elegance is unbeatable. The rooms and suites are wonderful, however those more familiar with the hotel book an apartment measuring at least 135m². But deciding is not entirely straight forward: the Terrace Apartment boasts an exclusive 80m² terrace, while the Kitchen Apartment features a fully fitted, professional kitchen. Invite your friends in Hamburg and see their reaction! Even if you don't stay here you must visit one of the bars or the exquisite Gewölbe Restaurant. East-Apartment from Euro 150,- per night.
Blumfeld
Yoho-Hotel

Where to shop in Hamburg

Where to shop in Hamburg
Ethel Vaughn
Ethel Vaughn is an illustrious name - that's also what fashion designer Katrin Weber must have thought and therefore used the name of her boyfriend's granny for her fashion label. The granny is a Brit and also the style of the native-born Dusseldorf designer could come downright from the isle. Her urban street style is sometimes sexy, sometimes sporty, at other times simply casual - but always cool. In the small store right between the Millerntor-Stadion and the Reeperbahn in Hamburg's district St. Pauli you'll find sweatshirts with batwing sleeves, tracksuit-styled jeans or hand-bleached shorts with a domestos look. Each piece is characterised by a casual cut and trained craftsmanship. Apart from housing the sales area for the pieces from the latest collection you'll also find the designer's atelier here - where each peace can be crafted in small quantities. And what about the fact that you can also buy the British workmen's boots by Dr. Martens? It's like chalk and cheese!
Herr von Eden
Butter Lindner

What to see in Hamburg

What to see in Hamburg
Fischmarkt
To catch the Fischmarkt on a Sunday you have to get up early - something that is easier said than done given Hamburg`s lively nightlife. Those who make it can reward themselves with a fresh crab roll before venturing into the free-for-all. Yet Fischmarkt doesn`t solely revolve around fish. Since 1703 practically everything has been sold: flowers, fruit and vegetables, liquorice, eels and souvenirs. Just a few years ago you could even find livestock on offer. The true highlight is the banter that the salesmen and women employ in an earthy Hamburg fashion to tempt the passers-by into making a purchase. Breakfast is available for early birds, tourists and hungry revellers from the previous night in the great hall, which is filled with the sound of a questionable music accompaniment.
Dockland
Alster round trip

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