Your Ultimate Guide to Discover Hamburg

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What to do in Hamburg

Here are some of the must-visit places in Hamburg that will make your trip unforgettable:

Miniatur Wunderland 

the world’s largest model railway exhibit. It’s a perfect place to start your tour and get a glimpse of the city’s history and culture.

Warehouse District Museum 

a UNESCO World Heritage site that showcases the city’s maritime history. You can take a guided tour or explore on your own.

If you’re looking for some delicious food,

Heisse Ecke

a local favorite that serves traditional Hamburg dishes. Or try Bullerei – a trendy restaurant that offers modern European cuisine.

Where to stay in Hamburg

Welcome to Hamburg, the city of your dreams! .
Here are some affordable accommodation options available on that will make your stay in Hamburg comfortable and memorable.

Elbblick Blankenese

This beachfront property offers access to free WiFi and free private parking. It’s located 11 km from Volksparkstadion and 12 km from Hamburg-Altona Train Station

Wohnen am Flottbeker Markt:

This apartment is located only 4.1 km from Volksparkstadion and provides accommodation with inner courtyard views, free WiFi and free private parking

Studio Feuerfest:

This property is set in Hamburg, 4.9 km from Hamburg Central Station, and features a shared lounge and views of the city. The accommodation offers a lift and a shared kitchen for guests

Ferienwohnung Hamburg – Kirchwerder:

This property offers barbecue facilities and quiet street view, located in Hamburg, 27 km from Dialog im Dunkeln and 27 km from Miniatur Wunderland. There is an in-house restaurant, plus free private parking and free WiFi are available

August The Boardinghouse:

This property is located 1.3 km from Millerntor Stadium and 1.9 km from St. Michael’s Church, offering accommodation with free WiFi and a garden. The units come with parquet floors and feature a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher, a dining area, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, and a private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer.

A microwave, a fridge and stovetop are also offered, as well as a kettle and a coffee machine

Where to eat in Hamburg

Hamburg has a wide variety of restaurants that cater to all tastes and budgets. Here are some options for you to try:

Erika’s Eck:

This cozy restaurant is a local favorite and serves up traditional German dishes at affordable prices. The portions are generous, so you won’t leave hungry

Frau Möller:

This restaurant is located in the trendy St. Georg neighborhood and offers a mix of international and German cuisine. The atmosphere is lively and the prices are reasonable

These restaurants are perfect for those on a tight budget who want to experience the local cuisine without breaking the bank.

Other useful information when visiting Hamburg

Hamburg is a city that has it all. From the bustling harbor to the charming canals,
you’ll find something new and exciting around every corner.

First things first,
let’s talk about currency.

The official currency of Germany is the Euro. You can easily exchange your money at any bank or currency exchange office in the city.

Hamburg is home to over 1.8 million people and is one of Germany’s largest cities.
It’s a vibrant and diverse place with a rich history and culture that’s just waiting to be explored.

When it comes to plug types,
Hamburg uses the European standard plug type CEE 7/4. So make sure you bring an adapter if you’re coming from outside Europe.

Getting to Hamburg is easy, with two airports serving the city:
Hamburg Airport (HAM) and Lübeck Airport (LBC).

From Hamburg Airport, you can take the S-Bahn train directly into the city center in just 25 minutes. From Lübeck Airport, you can take a bus or train into Hamburg.

Now for the fun part!
Did you know that Hamburg has more bridges than any other city in the world?
That’s right, over 2,500 bridges!
It’s also home to one of the largest ports in Europe, so you’ll see plenty of ships coming and going.

But that’s not all!
Hamburg is also known for its quirky sense of humor.

For example, there’s a statue in the city center called “Bismarck’s Eel” which depicts Otto von Bismarck riding an eel.
It’s definitely worth checking out!

So there you have it, everything you need to know before heading off to Hamburg.