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Exploring Hamburg

Experiencing Germany’s biggest port is only the beginning of a Hamburg city break. The maritime-flavoured city takes visitors from its 19th-century brick storehouses to the relaxed lakeside promenades surrounding its inner-city lakes. If you visit Hamburg during the summer, there are a myriad of activities to be enjoyed. A summer holiday in Hamburg means paddling the scenic lake, beachside barbecues, and cycling trips into the city’s lush surroundings.


Accommodations in Hamburg

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Hamburg is the 25hours Hotel Hamburg No.1, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Mercure Hotel Hamburg Am Volkspark in Hamburg as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Hamburg

The central Landungsbrücken pier gives way to Hamburg’s sprawling port. Board a small boat to tour the Speicherstadt, the city’s 19th-century labyrinth of brick storehouses. The International Maritime Museum takes visitors back in time while the daring architecture of HafenCity, a redeveloped area next door, offers a glimpse of the future. At the Miniatur Wunderland museum, housed inside a former storehouse, see the world’s largest model railway crossing meticulously reconstructed sceneries. Afterwards, enjoy sweet and sour Hamburg eel soup and freshly-caught herring served at the seafood restaurants dotting the pier.


Transportation in Hamburg

Once you arrive into Hamburg Airport, you can take the S-bahn line No.1 into Hamburg's main station. It runs every 10 minutes, and the entire trip lasts about half an hour. Hamburg has amazing public transportation. It will get you to most parts of the city, and is clean and reliable. Hamburg's U-Bahn truly is one of the best subway systems in Germany and in addition to the S-Bahn (trams) and buses, will get you anywhere you need to go. Of course, taxis are also available and walking and biking are always a good option.


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