“The people in Hamburg know that they live in the most beautiful city in the world. Here are a few tips so that you too can convince.”


 

Hamburg is with 1.75 million inhabitants the second largest city in Germany. The cityscape is dominated by the Outer and Inner Alster, two bodies of water reaching up to the city center and on the south by the Elbe and the harbor.

CULTURE:

“Kunstmeile Hamburg” – 1 Ticket – 5 Houses: www.kunstmeile-hamburg.de
Opera: www.staatsoper-hamburg.de
Theater: www.hamburg.de/theater
Musicals: www.hamburg.de/musical

 

FREE TIME:

Miniatur Wunderland: www.miniatur-wunderland.de
Hagenbacks Zoo: www.hagenbeck.de
Hot Rod City Tours: www.hotrod-citytour.com
Segway-Tour: www.segway-citytour.de
Very close to the hotel is the Alster: A paradise for joggers and walkers.

 

FOOD:

The city shines with world-class restaurants for years. Some of the more popular places need a reservation for a table in the evening. The latest entrant in the upper upscale is Kevin Feelings “The Table”:
www.thetable-hamburg.de

 

SHOPPING:

Hamburg is the shopping capital of the North. There are beautiful passages with exquisite retail stores and large department stores. The city center is within walking distance from the hotel.

 

BARS:

Hamburg has an exciting nightlife for young and old. St. Pauli above the Elbe was formerly the entertainment district of the sailors. Here there are still some of the quaint pubs where many Seemann has squandered their wages. In recent years, St. Pauli has changed dramatically. On the top floor of the “Dancing Towers” at the beginning of the Reeperbahn you will find the latest attraction of the district:
www.clouds-hamburg.de
The 20up Bar in Riverside Hotel offers the most spectacular views of the city and the harbor:
www.empire-riverside.de

Silbersack: www.facebook.com/pages/Zum-Silbersack

Olivias Bar: www.olivia-jones.de

SPORT:

Hamburg hosts two major football teams with their own stadium and a hockeyteam with national reputations.