The baristas are true coffee connoisseurs and will take time to offer their advice on what brew to try. Auch Apored ist fürs shoppen, seinen Klamotten und seiner Kleidung bekannt. Both places are great for sunsets or sunrises. No visit to Hamburg is complete without hitting the Reeperbahn, Hamburg's legendary nightlife mile. There's a scattering of upscale cafes here and even a stand-up seafood bar where glasses of beer or Sekt sparkling wine are served at tiny tables.
Just like , prostitutes sit in dimly lit windows and display their charms for customers. Georg is now an up and coming, extremely ethnically diverse part of the city with a plethora of restaurants, bars and shops from international owners. Both clubs are very popular even though they haven't won any titles in the past few years. Mönckebergstrasse U-Bahn: Hauptbahnhof , a street connecting the main station with the Rathaus, is the city's traditional shopping district. Unfortunately the Television tower is not part of this list as it is closed since 2001. Best for experiencing a lively Hamburg. The shelves on the walls and display stands are covered in wonderful-looking cakes, sweets, tea boxes and all sorts of sweet-themed ornaments.
Beyond the hustle and bustle of the city centre with its Christmas markets, Hamburg offers many other ways of embracing the spirit of the festive season. If you continue you can also have a look into the HafenCity district. Furthermore the area around Valentinskamp is quite interesting too as this complex has been squatted in 2009 by 200 artists. Prostitutes here can be hostile to visitors who just want to look. In Hamburg, the Christmas season was officially kicked off on 27 November. Selbstverständlich werden auch Neuerscheinungen von allen Comicverlagen angeboten. You can find many picturesque parks in Hamburg — the Schanzenpark next to the largest water tower of Europe now a Hotel is one of them h Go for a walk or a run at the Outer Alster The 7,4km loop around the Outer Alster is my favorite running trail — a paradise right in the center of Germanys 2nd largest city.
How to get to Hamburg Hamburg can be reached via most major and budget airlines, easily via train because of its three large train stations or via car, of course. Versteckt in einer Seitenstraße der Hamburger City dreht sich in Michelle Records seit über 40 Jahren alles um Tonträger verschiedenster Art. The town hall of Hamburg b Harbour tour with harbour ferries The cheapest and one of the best ways to get to know the harbour is to use the harbour ferries starting from Landungsbrücken. They have plenty of space both indoors and outdoors and the staff is always welcoming. When the bell rings, the kids enter the room and marvel at the magical transformation. As Hamburg is my hometown I put a lot of effort into creating and maintaining this post which means it get's updated on a regular base — considering your comments, recommendations and new things I discover! Explore the history behind at the The Emigration Museum of Hamburg, a big exhibition which has been built at the former emigration station in the Port of Hamburg.
A Musical City There was one consolation for locals when the city's authorities decided to blow the municipal budget: at least it was done for a new concert hall, the Elbphilharmonie. If you are into the Beatles, twist and shout in the where the the band first played. I always start at the Jungfernstieg: enjoying the view to the inner alster and the fountain before heading over to the Rathausmarkt. I already guided some tours and recommend following the self-guided tour suggestions of Björn. Located next to the S-Bahn station Holstenstraße you get to know everything about the brewing process, filling process and you get the chance to try some good german beer. It started out in the 17th century with acrobats, jugglers, magicians, and wooden stands selling refreshments to sailors.
Hamburg is a true beauty, don't you think? Wenn die Sonne scheint, können Besucher im Garten hinter dem Haus Platz nehmen und gemütlich schmökern. Dockland: Close to the Altonaer Balkon, down by the river you can find this modern structure — a building which looks like a ship. The Advent season is the most beautiful time of the year. From Paste-ups, tiles and stencils over to styrofoam cut outs you are able to spot some great pieces. The cafe offers gorgeous-looking pastries and desserts as well as delicious breakfasts served until 3 pm.
Shoes, well made and fashionably styled, are sold to both men and women at Schuhhaus Prange, Jungfernstieg 38 tel. You can purchase Amplemann lights, t-shirts, sweets, pens, jewelry, and other gift items. Violent crime is rare, but petty crime is fairly common. There is a massive collection of ornaments, nutcrackers, figurines, music boxes, and other elegant decorations. Your shopping cart will expire in 5 minutes. Das Angebot reicht von Soul über Rock und Pop bis Hip-Hop.
The city nurtured the early promise of the Beatles, and music festivals litter the calendar, while the dynamic live music scene just keeps getting better. Ties, handkerchiefs, and other accessories are also available. Walk around the Alster or get yourself a coffee or ice cream from somewhere near and just join the locals for the nice view at Jungfernstieg also if you want to be seen or check out some eye candy. Sie prägen immer mehr das Stadtbild in Hamburg und anderen Großstädten und sie sind einfach so praktisch ohne die Umwelt zu verschmutzen: Cargobikes. Beside restaurants where you get those traditional dishes you will find all my favorite places to eat very soon here in a very own article.
Eppendorf offers miles of unique shops for shoes, clothes, home design, and housewares with quaint cafés sprinkled among them. The little haunt also offers cozy outdoor seating in a peaceful street. Der Hamburg Shopping Tour Vlog wurde am nächsten tag gefilmt. Though I prefer to explore the city on my own I opt-in for a guided tour every once in a while — this way you get to know many facts and stories behind in a relatively short time and get to see places you wouldn't have access to otherwise. The Hamburg Fischmarkt fish market , between Hexenberg and Grosse Elbstrasse U-Bahn: Landungsbrücken , is held every Sunday from 5am in summer or 7am otherwise. Today, the area is known for the many great , restaurants, theatres like the , and clubs.